Open Your Heart
JOHNNY ILL BAND
Ask All The Doctors
The Money Store
TY SEGALL BAND
Sweet Heart Sweet Light
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The Top Ten Things The Music World Can't Live Without
John the Engineer
- Barry White
- Benny Goodman
- Disney Soundtracks
- Mariachi Bands
- Christmas Music
- Ambient Drone
- Da Yoopers
- Constipated Gopher Groans
Ted The PD
- Avenged Sevenfold
- Dave Matthews Band
- "Baby Come Back" -Player
- "No One" -Alicia Keys
- Green Day
- Tom Waits
- The Kamals
- Of Montreal
- The Kilimanjaro Darkjazz Ensemble
- 2 Cellos
- Mad Rapture
- Sungha Jung
(Top 10 albums of 2012)
- The Swans- The Seer
- Crystal Castles- III
- Scott Walker- Bish Bosch
- Kendrick Lamar- good kid, mA.A.d city
- Converge- All We Love We Leave Behind
- M. Geddes Gengras- Test Leads
- Matthew Dear- Beams
- Tame Impala- Lonerism
- John Maus- Rarities & B-Sides
- Godspeed You! Black Emperor- Allelujah! Don't Bend! Ascend!
- DC Talk
- The Notorious B.I.G.
- Cash Money Records
- Simon and Garfunkel
- Flaming Lips
- Frederic Chopin
- Amy Whinehouse
Plug it in, plug it in.
We want your flashdrives!
Help us update our music library, and by 'help' we mean please upload your flashdrives with the sickest tunes that you probably obtained illegally.
Head on down to our office, open the door and stare at the wall. You will find a box who has no other purpose in life but collecting flashdrives. Please, help that box feel useful.
We're here for you.
In search of tunage for your next important event?
We do things for free. Most of the time.
We'd love to crash your party.
Pick up the necessary forms in our office and make it happen. We're across from the Galley, in case you didn't already know where the music mecca was located.
fame starts with us.
WLSO is looking for DJs who are one of the following:
Full of Laker spirits.
Suffocated as a consequence of secondhand exposure to terrible music by means of their immediate peers.
Thinking there is not enough or too much of whatever on the radio.
Longing to chit-chat to the masses.
Chronically head-bopping alone in public and commonly seen walking briskly/antisocially, while attached to the wires of a portable music device.
In love with their own voice.
Consumers of music for breakfast, lunch and dinner.
Most importantly, living in the listening radius. (Yes students, that means you.)
Want to DJ? Let us know, stop by sometime.
You could be famous. Why wait?
Word to your mothers. No really tell your mothers. They’ll agree, this is a great idea.
Talk to Teddy.
It begins where the search ends.
Behold! A station engineer has been found in the land of Sault Ste. Marie.
Sir John Orttenburger the First.
Help Wanted- Engineer
WLSO is currently seeking a Station Engineer. If you are a student of LSSU & have technophilic superpowers, please contact us immediately.
WLSO is currently seeking:
Station Engineer (Paid Officer Position)
Mobile DJs (Volunteer)
On-Air DJs (Volunteer)
All of which would make you an instant superstar. If you currently are an LSSU student and are interested in living the glamour and prestige of the student radio dream, please contact us immediately!
WLSO End of Year Nonsense, Part 1!!
Top 10 Albums of 2011
Mark Other, Station Manager
1. Bon Iver- Bon Iver
I bonded with this over the summer, but it's a year-round barrage of devastating loveliness.
2. John Maus- We Must Become the Pitiless Censors of Ourselves
John Maus became my ultimate guru this year, as a vocalist, incredibly awkward live presence, absurdist philosopher, and virtuouso of obsolete synths.
3. PJ Harvey- Let England Shake
The first PJ Harvey album I've ever been able to like, which I eventually realized I actually loved. Perfectly subtle protest anthems.
4. M83- Hurry Up, We're Dreaming
Atmosphere galore, this is a double album of soaring ambition that delivers.
5. The Weeknd- House of Balloons
Sleazy, twisted, depraved- everything a good R & B album should be, and hasn't been until now.
6. Nicolas Jaar- Space is Only Noise
All about the details. Intricate and endlessly complex permutations of electronic mindbendingness.
7. Gang Gang Dance- Eye Contact
Art pop at its finest, finally giving the Lower East Side a decent sound to represent it for the first time since the pre-Moby era.
8. James Blake- James Blake
So much hype! So much living up to the hype!
9. Oneohtrix Point Never- Replica
For those moments in life when you are being chased by rabid demons through dark forests filled with corpses and werewolves. Because you never know.
10. Dirty Beaches- Badlands
The sound of the ideal 1950's I have created in my mind, that probably didn't really happen.
Baby G, Music Director
1. PJ Harvey – Let England Shake
2. John Maus – We Must Become the Pitiless Censors of Ourselves
3. The Weeknd – House of Balloons
4. M83 – Hurry Up We’re Dreaming
5. Dirty Beaches – Badlands
6. Nicolas Jaar – Space is Only Noise
7. Cut Copy – Zonoscope
8. James Blake – James Blake
9. Lady Gaga- Born This Way
10.Dum Dum Girls – Only in Dreams