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Furniture in the new KWCR room covered in plastic wrap to protect it from debris.

Student leaders step up for KWCR

Brisa Odenthal, Reporter November 10, 2022

On Sept. 15, Weber State University’s radio station, KWCR, was moved from their original office space on the second floor of Shepherd Union. Though the transition was last-minute and there were those...

The front window of the KWCR radio station.

A communication breakdown

Brisa Odenthal, Reporter September 22, 2022

On Sept. 15, the office in Shepherd Union that housed the KWCR Wildcat Radio was cleared out to make space for the expansion of the Center of Diversity and Unity. The plan is to expand space to make another...

Kaden Ward, of The Wednesday People, performs at Harvest Moon Celebration in Ogden on Saturday, Sept 24, 2016. (Emily Crooks / The Signpost)

KWCR’s Band-off to make some noise

Brooke Facer April 13, 2017

Musical instruments, not guns or swords, will be the weapons used in the battle taking place April 15.Like the Standard Examiner’s “Battle of the Bands,” the KWCR Band-off hosts six bands...

New Love was released in October of 2015 and is an album for those who enjoy indie and pop music.

“New Love” offers new experience

Emilee Atkinson January 30, 2016

Kickstarter is a fairly well-known site. Posts on the site go viral all the time, but have you ever wondered what would happen if you became famous because of your Kickstarter? Allison Weiss gleaned...

Supergroup releases new album

Supergroup releases new album

Emilee Atkinson January 25, 2016

A supergroup is a band whose members are already successful artists as a solo act or another band. The term is mostly used in rock and pop groups, and has been around since the 1960's. The band Cream...

Reaching for the Moon is Pete RGs latest work. He wrapped up the tour for the album in November.

Pete RG returns with another hit

Emilee Atkinson January 15, 2016

"Cover your cries, cover your cracks, devil's inside, devil's unsaid but I'm still here," Pete RG serenades listeners with his most popular song "Still Here." After the success of the album that features...

Motion City Soundtrack's unique use of the moog

Emilee Atkinson October 28, 2015

Motion City Soundrack is a band that's been around the block. Formed in 1997, the group has seen members come and go and has released six albums, including their latest work "Panic Stations." Hailing...

Wild Sun releases debut

Emilee Atkinson October 27, 2015

The trio known as Wild Sun is a new alternative rock group from Rhode Island who have recently come on to the music scene. Their debut album "Little Truths" was released in September and is a great album...

Folk-stomp Americana

Emilee Atkinson October 8, 2015

The quartet known as Strange Wilde wrote their latest work "Southern Winters" in bits and pieces while on the road. The five-track album is what can be described as "folk-stomp Americana." The group describes...

Politics and punk: Desaparecidos sings it all

Emilee Atkinson September 1, 2015

Upon hearing Desaparecidos for the first time, listeners will think of Paramore, Jimmy Eat World or other alternative groups. However, the more time listeners spend with this latest album "Payola," the...

And So I Watch You From Afar: A new experience

July 27, 2015

"Greedily trying to fit everything we love into one song" is the description the group And So I Watch You From Afar provides on its Facebook page, and it is fitting. Strong guitar solos, computer generated...

Zella Day dazzles listeners

July 20, 2015

Similar to the sounds of Brooklyn artist Lana Del Rey, Zella Day offers listeners a pop-filled album with siren-like singing. Day's entrancing voice demands attention. Singer-songwriter Day, from Pinetop,...

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