A Statement from WLUW

June 12, 2020 wluwfmchicago 0

The WLUW executive staff unequivocally affirm that Black Lives Matter. We condemn the racist murders of Black people in our country by the hands of both police and those who believed that another’s Blackness gave them the license to police their behavior and take their life. This includes the murders […]

WLUW Interviews Yeek, Discusses “Valencia” and More

April 21, 2021 wluwfmchicago 0

Interview by Allison Lapinski Yeek is the name for Sebastian Carandang’s minimalist fusion of R&B, pop, and trap-inspired music. The New Jersey native spent his early years in Florida and California, leading to his first album, Love Slacker in 2015. Love Slacker and his sophomore album, Sebastian, are packed with […]

Sydney Wurapa Performs Original Song at SOC Lo-Fi Friday

April 12, 2021 wluwfmchicago 0

By Kylie Richards New this semester, the Loyola School of Communication brings live performances straight to your home through the music series Lo-Fi Fridays. This series highlights student musicians and takes place on Fridays at 12 p.m. CT on Zoom.  On April 9th, 2021, Lo-Fi Friday’s featured student artist, Sydney […]

Renée Reed Joins WLUW on IG Live

April 5, 2021 wluwfmchicago 0

By Makenzie Creden Renée Reed is a singer/songwriter hailing from Louisiana. She describes her music as “dream-fifolk from Cajun prairies,” and her debut album is just that. The self-titled album takes listeners on a dreamy journey through stories of ancestral baggage,ghosts, love, and relationships. The combination of folk and dark […]

Our Picks for Bandcamp Friday!

March 5, 2021 wluwfmchicago 0

It is Bandcamp Friday, and you (better) know what that means— all proceeds of today’s sales on the platform will go to the musicians. Considering that we are now approaching a year of living under the pandemic, if you can spare the extra cash, now would be the perfect time […]

“Enactor” – Claude’s Dark and Dreamy Debut

March 3, 2021 wluwfmchicago 0

By Makenzie Creden Opening up can be hard, but Claudia Ferme-Giralt has proven to be no stranger to vulnerability. Throughout her new EP Enactor, Chicago lyricist Claude takes listeners on a dark, deeply personal sonic journey through her headspace and the disorientating state of the world. The catharsis is evident […]