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April 25, 2007

WRUV's Exposure [21]

Wruv_10_booth Dedicated students and community members make up the volunteer team who run WRUV, UVM's college radio station.

Every Wednesday from 8-10pm, local VT bands play on a show called Exposure which has been running in one form or another since the 80s. Exposure is currently helmed by Jeremy Ayers and Scottum Rosenblum and attracts a wide variety of musicians.

On Wednesday, April 18th, 7 member strong, local indie pop band, The Hero Cycle played some delectable songs from their recently released LP "Lakes and Ponds."

Wruv_9_band WRUV is currently located in the basement of Billings Student Center and will be moving to UVM's brand new building in the near future.

***  Please note: Exposure needs interns so if you live in the area, drop them a line!

Also, The Hero Cycle is hitting the road so come and see them at a show near you (dates listed on MySpace)!

Delicious indie pop stylings courtesy of The Hero Cycle off their new album, Lakes and Ponds on the Aussie label Hidden Shoal Recordings.


PS On a technical note, please note the improved compression (a work in progress mind you) and the tighter editing - thanks Art Bell!


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"Meta-Exposure"? Thanks for the loving and much-deserved story about a longstanding Burlington institution within an institution within an institution.

WRUV played no small role in my own decision to apply to and attend UVM: I had to be a part of the station that had helped mold my music tastes when I was in high school. This was back in the early-to-mid 80s, and Exposure was my conduit to B-town's amazing scene.

Twenty five years later, the digital revolution's providing bands with amazing opportunities that would almost seem to make radio obsolete. In the face of these newer media, I'm heartened to see Exposure and WRUV continuing the tradition of introducing New England's Left Coast to its own bands.

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