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  • WXTJ Hot Takes: Take A Nap

    Trashman here: I recently had the opportunity to listen to the new release from Charlottesville native band – Orion and the Melted Crayons. Their new single, Take a Nap, sets a relaxing tone through multi-instrumental pairings. It leaves the listener feeling like someone who is riding their car mid-summer with the windows down – enjoying […]

  • Alice Clair Lets Her Hair Down – Repost from the Declaration

    After cutting my teeth on DC DIY punk in high school, I developed a sense that some of the best local music can be found in the most eclectic places. Some of my favorite memories involve watching tiny mosh pits form in commandeered VFW bars and somehow convincing my parents to let me take the […]

  • WXTJ Hot Takes: Mitski

    Click here to see an entire PDF of the slides: doing The Most Curated and Created by the Amazing Annie Parnell

  • WXTJ Hot Takes: Nujabes & Japanese Hip Hop

    Hello world: Trashman here (Mr. Anderson & the Trashman 10am-12pm). Today, I want to discuss with you a very specific and quite frankly marvelous genre of music with all of our beautiful listeners out there. Specifically, I want to discuss the gem that is Japanese hip-hop and how it has impacted multiple people which, I […]

  • Apply to be a WXTJ volunteer!

    WXTJ 100.1 FM is UVA’s freeform student radio. DJ your own radio show. Organize live music events. Connect with UVA’s music community. Applications for the Fall 2018 semester have now closed. Check back in January for the next round. Questions? Email: wxtjdirectors@gmail.com

  • WTJU & WXTJ host National Federation of Community Broadcasters

    WTJU General Manager (and WXTJ staff adviser) Nathan Moore and WXTJ General Director Alice Clair, reppin’ at the National Federation of Community Broadcasters June 2018 Summit, hosted by us this year in Charlottesville! – – – – – – From the media release: The leaders of 17 non-profit community radio stations converged on Charlottesville Friday and Saturday (July […]