Bad Words v. 2 (2016)

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BAD WORDS

the official zine of WKNC 88.1 FM nc state university

VOL. 2

2015-2016

CAN’T SAY ON THE RADIO

AND OTHER THINGS YOU

PLEASE, SAVE THE PINHOOK.

THIS IS NOT SIMPLY A DECREE OR CRY FOR HELP. IT IS A DEMAND. A BEACON OF INCLUSIVITY, OF SAFETY, IS BEING THREATENED IN OUR COMMUNITY.

Since 2008, the Pinhook has had its doors open for everyone. And, no, not just for the stereotypical jaded punk bro who doesn’t fit in with his peers or for the people who want a place to drink on the weekend. The Pinhook has its doors open for the outcast and oppressed. The Pinhook’s doors are open for trans people, for women, for people who aren’t straight, for dis-

abled people, for people of every race and ethnicity, for victims of abuse, and, by god, the Pinhook keeps us all safe.

Because of an amass-

roundings can always threaten a person’s safety.

There are so few safe spaces in this community, and I’d even venture to say in most local music communities. The Pinhook is one of the few places in the Triangle I can feel comfortable peeing at (a big “hell yeah!” to gender-neutral bathrooms!). It’s hard to come by a

It’s hard to come by a show space with a list of intolerable behaviors painted in big letters on the wall, like it’s screaming out for the oppressed and overlooked to please, please respect us.

ment of financial burdens, those very doors are being threatened to close. To me, and to so many others in the Triangle, the Pinhook represents something bigger than a place to see your favorite band. Going to shows at the Pinhook for me is not outside of my comfort zone. As a mentally ill trans person, going to shows is hard. Engaging in “the scene” is hard. Being in public with strangers who cannot grasp certain facets of your identity is traumatizing. Cat-calling, non-consensual moshing, and general anxiety of your sur-

show space with a list of intolerable behaviors painted in big letters on the wall, like it’s screaming out for the oppressed and overlooked to please, please respect us. It’s not every day that a public space demands safety. It’s not every day underprivileged people can feel at home in public.

The Pinhook is solace and it is fiercely demanding that solace for every person in attendance, every night, every week, and every year.

So, please, save the Pinhook.

C. PHILLIPS

HTTP://WWW.THEPINHOOK.COM/CALENDAR

UPDATE: ON FEB. 4TH, THE PINHOOK REACHED ITS $80,000 FUNDRAISING GOAL. LET’S KEEP PINHOOK ALIVE AND A SAFE SPACE.

7 STEPS TO

BOOKING A SHOW

EVER WONDERED HOW YOU CAN GET MORE INVOLVED IN YOUR MUSIC SCENE? IF YOU’VE EVER WANTED TO SET UP A DIY SHOW, OR ARE WONDERING WHAT GOES INTO PLANNING ONE, HERE ARE SEVEN SIMPLE STEPS ON HOW TO BOOK A SHOW. **DISCLAIMER: BOOKING A SHOW IS ANYTHING BUT “SIMPLE”.**

1. Make sure you’ve got a space available! This can be a venue, a basement, a bookstore (RIP Nice Price), a living room, a record store, etc. Bars are okay spots for shows, but age restrictions suck. **Give yourself a month minimum beforehand to avoid conflicts with other shows, last minute band cancellations, finding a PA, and generally not wanting to tear your hair out.**

2. Get your paws on a PA! You'll need some amplification for your mics and such so you can hear loud and clear. The space may have one already, but if they don't, ask around with your music pals, especially those that are in bands. Also, make sure someone's on board to run sound during the show. It can be as simple or as EQ-y and complex as you want! **Acoustic/stripped down shows are another alternative! This will keep any noise complaints to a minimum, and is also generally lower-risk and lower-stress.**

3. Gather your talent! Touring bands bring a new/exciting element to a show, while local bands bring a familiar/guaranteed element. Mix it up to ((hopefully)) ensure a good show and a decent crowd! **Make sure you’ve got a place for your touring bands to sleep! Sometimes they can/will find one on their own, but definitely don’t leave them hangin’.**

4. Promote your event! Two weeks in advance is a good guideline for when to start promotion. Make a flier, a Facebook event, tell your friends, get it on the WKNC Rock Report, anything you can to spread the word! Make sure you include: who’s playing, time/date, place, and donation amount. If it’s a house show, do NOT post your address! Just say to ~*ask*~ Also, if you have a dollar amount required for entry, you’ve got to pay taxes to The Man or something, so make sure you put the word “donation” next to it! **If this is a sober show or a safe(r) space, PLZ make sure you denote this on the flier!! If you don’t know what these are, look ‘em up and consider them for yr show.~**

two and then a day advance to make eryone’s still on good to go

Check-in with bands

during
Also, make sure someone’s on board to run sound
the show

6. Collect donations! The number one gold star trait of a house or DIY-space host is someone who brings around the donation box! It sucks, and sometimes people look at you funny. But at the end of the day, your touring bands NEED ((not want)) gas money and deserve a lil’ extra for being rad.

7. Have a good dang time! Thanks for putting together a cool event where people can come, hang, and keep the scene alive.

5. Have an early load-in time for the bands to get their gear inside and (maybe) set up // soundcheck. This also provides cushion time for getting lost, flat tires, “dog-ate-my-drumset” (classic...), etc. Check-in with bands a week or two and then a day or two in advance to make sure that everyone’s still on board and good to go! Exchange phone numbers to make communication easy. **People usually expect a show to run on *punk time,* so if you’re trying to keep a tight schedule, say so! Make it clear in your promo AND to the bands!** by

“KAPPA NU CHI” (KNC) TALKS TO AN ALPHA SIGMA PHI

Indie Rock Kids and Frat Bros: it’s a classic clash of cultures. They wear really short shorts, we wear WKNC shirts all the damn time. But what about music taste? Is there any commonality? Has Vampire Weekend successfully united indie and frat? Brave assistant music director, I, galpal, goes onto the scene to investigate.

ME, KAPPA NU GAMMA (KNC): What is your favorite indie rock band?

FRAT GUY, ALPHA SIGMA PHI: I don’t know what counts as indie rock, but Swim in the Wild is a lesser known rock band that I saw in concert and liked.

galpal: What is the most indie band that you can think of off the top of your head?

FRAT GUY: Wolf Alice came up in conversation once, I know nothing about them.

galpal: What was the last concert you went to?

FRAT GUY: Colony House.

galpal: What song is a must play at Greek life events?

FRAT GUY: You cannot go to a party at State without hearing Fetty.

galpal: What do you think we do at WKNC?

FRAT GUY: It’s a student run radio station… 24 hours?

(After our conversation I looked up Swim in the Wild and the first result was their ReverbNation page.)

At the end of the day, maybe we’re not so different. He likes Fetty Wap… I like Fetty Wap… I like Wolf Alice… someone mentioned them to him once. Frat guys and indie kids both drink really cheap beer and hog the aux cord. In the words of Jeff Mangum: “Can’t believe how strange it is to be anything at all.”

NO BOYS ALLOWED PLAYLIST

Music communities can be tough to move up in, especially if they are male-dominated. The Triangle music scene has plenty of variety regarding genre as well as gender, and it’s important to give these hardworking non-cis-male artists the credit they deserve. Help encourage inclusivity in Triangle music by checking out these artists and their work; you won’t be disappointed.

Craving more non-cis-male music? Check out the “non-male power hour” on WKNC 88.1 FM from 3 - 4p.m., on Wednesdays.

1. beverly tender - wham-o-blam-o

2. housefire - when you wish upon an electrical fire

3. Naked Naps - Graham’s Cat (David Bryne)

4. Luxe Posh - Late August Night (mix)

5. See Gulls - Long Gone

6. Shirlette Ammons - Dear Nora

7. blursome - Symbol Sourcebook

8. DJ PlayPlay - Bondage

9. zensofly - Get Down

10. Des Ark - French Fries are Magical

by NCSU_guest

WKNC’S HIP-HOP

In

honor of Underground Hip-Hop headlining night two of Double Barrel 13, WKNC takes a look back at the last 13 years of the most influential North Carolina Hip-Hop

2003-2005

9th Wonder and Cesar Comanche’s creation, Justus League, was in full swing by 2003. The collection included artists L.E.G.A.C.Y., The Away Team, Darien Brockington, Little Brother, Edgar Allen Floe, Median, Chaundon, Cesar Comanche, 9th Wonder, Buckshot, Sean Price, and Skyzoo. The Hall of Justus was founded by Little Brother’s former manager, Big Dho, as an outlet for the collective. National recognition to Little Brother is achieved when Jay Z reached out to 9th Wonder to help produce his track “Threat”. Meanwhile at NC State, students with a common interest in hip-hop come together to form the Hip Hop Organization (H2O).

2006-2007

9th Wonder leaves Little Brother and the remaining members, Phonte and Big Pooh, decide to leave record label, Atlantic Records, after failing to deliver expectations on the their second album, “The Minstrel Show” (one dope. ass. record, like how’d that shit not blow up? anyways...). It was around this time that J. Cole started receiving recognition after releasing his mixtape “The Come Up.” J. Cole would go on to say WKNC is the shit. Kooley High meets at NC State and releases their tape “Raleigh’s Finest,” a collection of NC’s young blood in the local scene.

2008-2009

With the fall of Little Brother, rapper Phonte collabs with producer Nicolay to release Leave It All Behind. Big Pooh goes on to release two solo albums, The Delightful Bars and Rapper’s Delight. 9th Wonder goes on to produce tracks for some of the BIGGEST names in hip-hop and R&B. We’re talking Jay Z, Destiny’s Child, De La Soul, Sean Price, Wale. Kooley High release their first official tape, The Summer Sessions EP and continue to rep the local NC scene.

TIME MACHINE

2010-2011

Rhapsody of Kooley High gains national recognition with the release of her mixtape “Return of the B-Girl” and continues to grow the following year in 2011 with “Thank H.E.R. Now.” Drique London, NC State Alum, releases the anticipated “Nike SB: The Mixtape “after repeated setbacks from the original release date in 2008. King Mez plays Hopscotch and Double Barrel Benefit VIII. Professor Toon releases Hulk Smash Music Video. Deniro Farrar releases his debut mixtape, “Feel This.” Kooley High releases “Eastern Standard Time.”

2012-2013

Deniro Farrar continues putting in work releasing “Kill Or Be Killed,” which lands as Stereogum’s “Mixtape of the Week” in October 2012. Well$ releases “$ay La V.” Deniro Releases both “The Patriarch” and “The Patriarch II” within months of each other. Charlotte scene gets hype as shit. Rhapsody releases “The Idea of Beautiful” on Jamla Records. SkyBlew Releases “Your Dream Is BLEW Reality” on Bandcamp.

2014-2016

In 2015, SkyBlew releases “Jazz For Autumn Kismet” And “Race For Your Life, SkyBlew” a few months later which climbs to Bandcamp’s second best seller. This is also when SkyBlew teams up with The Digi Destined for a full band. SkyBlew basically achieves stardom in South Korea and is invited to play Hopscotch 2015. Professor Toon plays Hopscotch in 2014 and shortly after collabs with Made of Oak (of Sylvan Esso) and Well$ (Track: Side Rides yet to be released). A few months later Toon releases “Take Notes” on bandcamp. Deniro Farrar interviews on “Sway In The Morning” in 2014. His latest work Cliff Of Death II with producer Young God is released in 2015. Deniro also collabs with Denzel Curry and DKAD to release “Bow Down.” In 2016, Deniro is now signed to Vice Records and Warner Brothers Records and continues to rep Cult Rap, truly raising a new and substantive genre of rap.

Indie Rock The Chlobert Report

Jefferson Steelflex

Willia.m. the Conqueror

DJAJ, DJ Vu

Indie Rock The Fuzz, Alex the Great

Indie Rock Mattador 9:00a.m. - 10:00a.m.

College Radio Live Under the Needle / WKNC

- 11:00a.m.

Local Lunch

DJ Iron Mic 12:00p.m. - 1:00p.m.

Indie Rock

DJ Vu, Devin Bacon 2:00p.m. - 3:00p.m.

DJ Thunder Thighs, dJ/dx

DJ DEVine, DJ From Full House

Blue Jay, DJ Hanna

- 11:00p.m.

Just Damien, Scotty G 11:00p.m. - 12:00a.m.

SUNDAY WEDNESDAY
9:00a.m.
- 10:00a.m.
1:00p.m. - 2:00p.m.
2:00p.m. - 3:00p.m.
3:00p.m.
4:00p.m.
6:00p.m.
7:00p.m.
Underground
- 4:00p.m. PQ Jones
- 5:00p.m. fresnel
- 7:00p.m. Cat Planet
- 8:00p.m.
Dilemma, YeägerMeister 8:00p.m. - 10:00p.m.
10:00p.m. - 11:00p.m.
11:00p.m.
- 12:00am
3:00p.m.
4:00p.m.
5:00p.m.
5:00p.m. - 6:00p.m.
Snooze, L-Dub 8:00p.m. - 9:00p.m.
Juneau 9:00p.m.
10:00p.m. iCloud 10:00p.m.
- 4:00p.m. TheGarf
-
Voyager 3
Afterhours
colgate,
-
10:00a.m.
3:00p.m.
- 4:00p.m.
Donastorg 4:00p.m.
Eye on the Triangle Ian Grice and Mirtha
- 5:00p.m.
7:00p.m.
Muta 8:00p.m. - 9:00p.m.
9:00p.m. - 10:00p.m.
Outback Jakehouse 10:00p.m. - 11:00p.m.
lean, KING LOU 11:00p.m. - 12:00a.m. The Crypt Soulwood 9:00a.m. - 10:00a.m.
Bazaar Afroz Taj and John Caldwell 10:00a.m. - 12:00p.m.
Things A Capella Glenn Weeks 12:00p.m. - 2:00p.m. Canto de Lobos DJ Cancel, MCMC 3:00p.m. - 4:00pm
Kinds Radio Big Fat Sac 4:00p.m. - 6:00p.m. Post Rock Block Whatsherface, L-Dub 6:00p.m. - 8:00p.m.
Pulse of the Pack DJ Chris
- 8:00p.m. Afterhours
MakAttack
en-decay,
DJ
Geet
All
Both
MONDAY TUESDAY

Afterhours

Katie, Vertigo

12:00a.m. - 1:00a.m.

Indie Rock

BV$

8:00a.m. - 9:00a.m.

Hamburglar

2:00p.m. - 3:00p.m.

Just Damien

3:00p.m. - 4:00p.m.

galpal

4:00p.m. - 5:00p.m.

Local Band Local Beer phian

5:00p.m. - 7:00p.m.

Indie Rock

nik nack, Great Brittan

7:00p.m. - 8:00p.m.

Chainsaw Rock

Filthy Rich, Billy

8:00p.m. - 10:00p.m.

English Soccer

10:00p.m. - 12:00a.m.

Underground DJ Trillimanjaro, DJ will.im.not

8:00p.m. - 9:00p.m.

Wyte Noiz

9:00p.m. - 10:00p.m.

Shake, Rattle, and Roll DJ JP

9:00a.m.-10:00a.m.

Americana, Blues and Company Wizard Dr, DJ CJ, Lady Marmalade

10:00a.m.-12:00p.m.

Soul & Roll The Good Son

12:00p.m.-1:00p.m.

College Radio Live Under the Needle/WKNC 1:00p.m. - 2:00p.m.

The Global Shift DJ Coucou 2:00p.m. - 3:00p.m.

Two Guys, A Lot of Tapping

Jooceman, The Captain 3:00p.m. - 4:00p.m.

Being and Funkiness Heavy Liquid 4:00p.m. - 5:00p.m.

That Emo Show

The Captain, Sam

- 6:00p.m.

Shut the Punk Up Doug Chaos

FRIDAY SATURDAY THURSDAY
5:00p.m.
8:00p.m.
RnB Radio
8:00p.m. - 10:00p.m. Underground
Iron Mic, Anderson 10:00p.m. - 12:00a.m. Indie Rock ♡ ♦♢♔ ♕ ♚ Deejay Slik Rick!!! ✂ ✆ ✉ ✦ ✧ ∞ 9:00a.m. - 10:00a.m. The Kell Jar 1:00p.m. - 2:00p.m. Jake from State Farm, Kara 2:00p.m. - 3:00p.m. YeägerMeister, Green Man 3:00p.m. - 4:00p.m. DJ sPaRr0vV, Whatsherface 4:00p.m. - 6:00p.m. Friday Night Request Rock Uncle Paul 8:00p.m. - 12:00a.m.
6:00p.m. -
Real
Mir.I.am
DJ

AMERICANA BLUES & CO.

HISTORY

Americana, Blues & Co. is a specialty show that airs Saturdays from 10 a.m. - 12 p.m. on WKNC. It has been on the air since spring 2007, providing listeners with a wide range of “Americana” music from country, folk, blues, old time, and bluegrass. The show has had many DJs to grace the mics, providing the Triangle with a soundtrack to their Saturday mornings. The diagram below shows connections between the different Americana DJs, who they have co-hosted with or preceded them.

by

Kataclysam

DJ CJ

“The only worthy shows to listen to on the radio are Americana, Blues & Co. and Back Porch Music, on that other station...”

Molly & Tenbrooks

Lady Marmalade

Wizard Dr.

DJ CJ: “The show is for the fans, all the listeners that call and write in, make the show what it is... I look forward to reading “The Row’s” letter... and playing three or four of their song requests each week. “

Wizard Dr: "I love the small network of specialty shows on KNC that fall within our genre; Both Kinds Radio (classic country), Soultown Saturdays by The Goodson, and there is a new show that plays blues and rockabilly music right before Americana. Americana, Blues & Co. has a good balance right now. I play more old time and folk, while DJ CJ takes care of the classic country and more rock inspired songs. We are always getting a lot of Americana CDs into the station every month, so there is always something new and noteworthy to play…"

CANTO DE LOBOS

"Canto de Lobos is an all-Spanish speaking music radio show. Our goal is to show the Raleigh area the diversity and beauty of Spanish music by playing all genres. We play salsa, rock, merengue, pop, rap, bachata, edm, and many more. Canto de Lobos aims to help Hispanic/Latino artists and groups by having exclusive interviews, giving away tickets, spreading news about events during the show, and more. CDL also hopes to assist those who are interested in learning Spanish. We are on Sundays from 3 to 4p.m.

Our goal is to show the Raleigh area the diversity and beauty of Spanish music by playing all genres.

CDL started as a fun idea, but it has turned into a passion for DJ Cancel and MCMC. Through the show we have gotten to showcase Hispanic/Latino music and culture. We hope to inspire future generations to do the same in order to spread diversity throughout NCSU and the Raleigh area."

A NIGHT ON THE TOWN WITH JAMIE HALLA

WELCOME, WELCOME TO RALEIGH, NORTH CAROLINA, ALSO KNOWN AS THE STOMPING GROUNDS OF JAMIE HALLA.

Raleigh is quite possibly the best city south of the Mason-Dixon and east of the Mississippi. We sure as hell are a lot better than Richmond, even though they do beat us in PBR consumption. There are many great things about Raleigh including, but not limited to, Hopscotch Music Festival (I hear rumors that Radiohead are headlining in 2016), 88.1 WKNC FM (the best college radio station in the Triangle, like does WXYC even play music? Is WXDU even run by students?), and let’s not forget the city’s love for breweries, only rivaled by the West Coast replica of Raleigh: Portland, Oregon. Since I obviously love Raleigh so much, many people always ask me: How would you spend a night out on the greatest town in the world? Well, you sure are in luck as I’m about to tell ya! And your night even comes with a complimentary musical accompaniment piece.

obviously love Raleigh so much, many people always ask me: How would you spend a night out on the greatest town in the

Soulja Boy - “First Day of School”

First things first, you gotta be dressed to impress for a night out with me. Throw on that hot-ass pair of Raleigh Denim you just purchased to match your denim jacket and get ready to be a fashion killer. While this song might be about dressing up for the first day of school, the theme still applies to your first night out on the town. Also, it’s just a damn good song.

Drake - “Worst Behavior”

A night out on the town with me, gotta be on your worst behavior.

Bon Iver - “Holocene”

Raleigh loves its food. Let the gentle acoustics and beautiful swooning of ex-Raleigh resident Justin Vernon accompany your meal at Raleigh 4.5 star Yelp reviewed restaurant, Bida Manda.

Darius Rucker or Old Crow Medicine

Show - “Wagon Wheel”

It’s gotta be played at some point. It says Raleigh in it for God’s sake! Let it be your sing-along song on the Raleigh Trolley Pub as we drive to our next stop: Cook Out.

Kelis - “Milkshake”

It’s time for that famous NC staple, the Cook-Out milkshake. May I recommend the Peanut Butter Fudge Banana?

Future - “Fuck Up Some Commas”

Yes, we are about to break some laws.

Explosions in the Sky - “The Earth is Not A Cold Place”

There is nothing more joyous than visiting one’s old high school to climb its roof and set some fireworks off. Let the soaring crescendos of this album soundtrack the literal explosions in the sky.

Clay Aiken - “Perfect Day”

Let this song, by a Raleigh legend, lull you to sleep under the stars at Falls River Lake as we enjoy the best of both worlds that Raleigh offers, the city and the outdoors!

Arcade Fire - “Wake Up”

Woahh oohh uhh ohh ahhh ohh after a good night sleep all cuddled up in the tent, it’s time to wake up to and get prepared for Raleigh’s favorite meal, brunch. The options are limitless as everywhere in Raleigh has brunch.

Neutral Milk Hotel - “King of Carrot

Flowers Pts. 2 & 3”

Part 1 is boring, plus you’re gonna need Jesus after a night on the town with Jamie Halla- I Love You Jesus Christ.

HOW TO MAKE IT IN YOUR

it can be intimidating...

Can you play an instrument?

do you want to learn one?

how’s your dexterity?

pretty bad

download some software and buy a midi pad controller

I type so fast

start with guitar (you can even sing along if ur voice doesn’t suck)

come back when this changes

UR ON UR WAY 2 PLAYING HOPSCOTCH

tryna play shows??

record some tracks and put them on soundcloud or bandcamp - that’ll do temporarily (get your shit together in the meantime)

reach out to a small venue and some similar local acts.

NETWORK VIA INTERNET

(& do it for the likes)

no yes no yes
no

LOCAL MUSIC SCENE

can you write your own music?

never tried

do you have general knowledge of local music already?

are you in college?

if it’s crap...

work at your college radio station (mention this often)

can you write worth a damn?

go to shows, listen to albums, & start a blog

maybe you should, it’s never too late

yes

if any of it sounds good...

try booking shows at performance spaces

nowhere will host

host shows yourself! DIY (even if it has to be the living room of your one bedroom apartment)

try reviewing music in local & online publications (the bigger the words, the better)

not enough cred.

go to more shows. support the bands. try to make friends

yes no yes yes no no

WKNC MADLIB

Band Name _________________________________

Adjective _________________________________

Alcoholic Beverage _________________________________

Animal _________________________________

Celebrity _________________________________

Natural Disaster _________________________________

Method of Transportation _________________________________

Place _________________________________

Paranormal Creature _________________________________

Kitchen Utensil _________________________________

Political Figure _________________________________

Late Night Dining Establishment _________________________________

____________ Plays The Basement

(band name)

(adjective)

(alcoholic beverage)

(animal)

(method of transportation)

(celebrity)

(natural disaster)

(paranormal creature)

(place)

It’s quarter past 11 in the evening and _____________________ just started playing some _____________________ basement in the wild, wild indie rock world of Raleigh, North Carolina. We’ve got _____________________ on tap, and it’s just lit like nothing else. There’s a/ an _____________________ in the pit, and _____________________ is crowd surfing on top of everybody’s heads. Then, a/an _____________________ occurred, and everybody started running around like chickens with their damn heads cut off. You and your friends hop in a/an _____________________________ and take off to _____________________. Then, all of a sudden a/an ________________________ appears in front of your ___________________________.

(method of transportation)

(paranormal creature)

(kitchen utensil)

(political figure)

(paranormal creature)

(late night dining establishment)

Everybody grabs the nearest _____________________ they have and start fighting the _____________________. After _____________________ kicked this _____________________’s ass, everybody piles in the car and heads to _________________________________ to celebrate their survival.

#DBB13 SIGNS YOU WORK FOR WKNC

1. You shit on everyone else’s music taste

2. Everyone at Cup-A-Joe is sick of hearing your voice

3. You have the words “Double Barrel” tattooed on your forehead… as a stick-n-poke

4. You thought that you were on the guestlist

5. “They’re SHOWS – not concerts, mom!!!”

6. According to Facebook, you’re “going” to a show in Brooklyn next Tuesday night

7. We get it, you can dub tapes

8. Hopscotch is the only reason you know your way around downtown Raleigh

9. Everything you own has at least one WKNC sticker on it

10. You only go outside for Fridays on the Lawn

11. “Didn’t you play this Alex G song an hour ago?”

12. You’ve crowd surfed in someone’s living room…

13. … Because your WKNC family always has your back

<3 WKNC
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