Category: Interviews

WGMU Radio Interviews the Leaders Behind Arcadia

By: Jesse Benitez  “There’s no issue that art can’t address.” – Don Russell, University Curator, Director of Provisions Research Center for Arts and Social Change WGMU Radio’s General Manager, Jesse Benitez and Music Director, Bryan Childers, sat down and spoke with George Mason University’s Arts Curator, Don Russell, SIS Alumna and Element’s series organizer at Murals …

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Promise Nothing Interview

By Robert McGreevy Promise Nothing is a up and coming band from Northern Virginia revitalizing old school and 90’s Rock. Sean Gorena, Mike Holland,  Fabio Rubiera, and Ivan Stoykov created Promise Nothing in 2018, and they’ve been performing live venues all across Washington, D.C. since. Recently, they played Plazapalooza at George Mason University and they have agreed to tell us their …

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Monk Tamony Interview

Two-piece New York City rock band, Monk Tamony stopped by WGMU’s studio for an interview with DJ Jonathan Ibarra last Friday before they played their second night at the 9:30 Club in DC with Highly Suspect. Click below to listen to the band talk about playing a sold-out show the night before, their writing process, and …

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Ethan Parker Interview

Singer/Songwriter Ethan Parker stopped by WGMU’s studio to talk about his latest album, “Sailing to Beverly” with Music Director Christian Hernandez. We were also treated to an electrifying performance of his songs “Deep Blue Sea,” “Roll,” and “Sailing to Beverly.” Click below for the full interview and performance. You can listen to more of Ethan’s music …

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I Wish I Could Skateboard Interview

Boston, Mass./Tyler, Texas emo band I Wish I Could Skateboard stopped by WGMU’s Studio for an interview and in-studio performance with WGMU Music Director Christian Hernandez. Click below for the full interview and performance of their songs “I Don’t, Do You?” and “Deconstruction.” You can check out their music at https://iwishicouldskateboard.bandcamp.com. Feature Photo By (Ron Akins/Facebook).