I know Rice University in Houston is going through the same thing right now (albeit without the 'lack of student interest' angle). There are probably a lot of other universities considering the same move. I'm really worried about the precedent this could set. College radio itself could be in for some dark days.
"there has been declining interest among students in recent years to volunteer as DJs."
Vanderbilt's not so much a university as it is a factory for privileged wet blankets.
Wait, that album's still forthcoming? I've had it since May.
Moratorium on Buddyhead-style audience rules, please.
It's really hard to give a band I haven't heard the benefit of the doubt when they insist on looking and dressing like that. But then I watched the video and realized it's okay because they're completely devoid of any substance so I don't have to reconcile anything.
Not a big fan of The Jam, although at least they were carrying the torch. My main issue with this is that it's another documentary about somebody trying to make a documentary. This would probably be a great introduction for people who aren't very familiar with the Kinks. I'm more interested in the story of the band without such a large amount of 3rd party opinion.
I couldn't be less excited about a documentary that at least in theory is supposed to be about my favorite band of all time. What the fuck do I care about what Zooey Deschanel thinks about the Kinks? Can we stop pretending she's important?
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