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Dialed In: Top Tens From Local College Radio

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Dialed In is a weekly column on Crossfade tracking the top-ten lists on South Florida's campus radio stations. Click here to view the top tracks from previous weeks.

Top Ten Albums for the week of June 28- July 3

Florida International University- WRGP 88.1 FM & 95.3 FM, "Radiate"
Radiate 95.3 FM transmits from FIU's University Park location and 88.1 FM transmits from the Redlands, near Homestead. Both broadcasts feature the same mix of independent rock, hip-hop to electronic music and have FIU news and sports coverage.

1. LP, Discovery
2. EP, Suckers
3. God Help The Girl, God Help The Girl
4. Junior, Royksopp
5. Pains Of Being Pure At Heart, Pains Of Being Pure At Heart
6. Bitte Orca, Dirty Projectors
7. Primary Colours, The Horrors
8. Let The Blind Lead Those Who See But Cannot Feed, Atlas Sounds
9. Saint Dymphna, Gang Gang Dance
10. UUVVWWZ, UUVVWWZ

University of Miami- WVUM 90.5 FM, "The Voice"

The Voice is dedicated to playing alternative music that most

commercial stations exclude from their broadcasts. To visit WVUM's new

website and blog, click here.

1. Wave If You're Really There, Wave Machines

2. La Roux, La Roux

3. LP, Discovery

4. Twenty One, Mystery Jets

5. Miike Snow, Miike Snow

6. Red, Datarock

7. Ten Makes A Face, When Saints Go Machine

8. Skywriter, DatA

9. You Need Pony Pony Run Run, Pony Pony Run Run

10. See Mystery Lights, Yacht

Nova Southeastern University- WNSU 88.5 FM, "Radio X"
Radio X broadcasts local bands, alternative music and newscasts.

Florida Atlantic University- WOWL "Owl Radio" (Internet Live Broadcast)
To listen to a diverse array of music chosen by over 40 different student DJs, visit WOWL. (If you are reading from Owl Radio, please email us here to submit your top-ten list for next week's Dialed In.)

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