| September 22, 2009 | 1:00pm
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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.
The voice is not your typical college radio station. They pride themselves on introducing new and innovative music to the greater Miami area while offering a refreshing alternative to commercial radio. Their daytime programming focuses on electronica and Indie and their evening specialty shows range from Underground dance music, to local favorites, spoken word, blog remixes, and obscure disco.To visit WVUM's new website and blog, click here.
1. The Never Years [EP], Jamie Long
2. You Need Pony Pony Run Run, Pony Pony Run Run
3. Studio Plastico, Portecho
4. Rings, Sean Bones
5. Kleerup, Kleerup
6. JJ No. 2, JJ
7. Ayrton Senna EP, Delorean
8. A Strange Arrangement, Mayer Hawthorne
9. Time To Die, Dodos
10. My Guilty Pleasure, Sally Shapiro
Florida International University- WRGP 88.1 FM & 95.3 FM, "Radiate"
Radiate 95.3 FM transmits from the University Park location and 88.1 FM transmits from the Redlands, near Homestead. Both broadcasts play the same mix of independent rock, hip-hop to electronic music and have live FIU news and sports coverage.
(If you are reading from WRGP, please email us here to submit your top-ten list for next week's Dialed In.)
Nova Southeastern University- WNSU 88.5 FM, "Radio X"
Radio X broadcasts local bands, alternative music and newscasts.
(If you are reading from WNSU, please email us here to submit your top-ten list for next week's Dialed In.)
Florida Atlantic University- WOWL "Owl Radio"
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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