The Monday Buzz catches up with the godfather of DIY punk rock collage art, Winston Smith.
These are WORT’s weekly charts compiled from airplay on the station by volunteer DJs every week and reported to the independent music trade publication CMJ.
Tune in tonight at 8 pm to hear a preview of the vinyl on sale at this Saturday’s Record Riot at the High Noon Saloon!! All proceeds benefit WORT.
“Songs of Safety and Manners” w/ host Ted Putnam (Ted Offensive) is part of “Friday on My Mind” from 8:00pm-11:00pm every last Friday of the month. DOSMALÉS will perform live in the studio and chat with Mr. Offensive himself during the last hour of the show. PLAY LOUD!
WORT welcomes the Wisconsin premiere of “Salad Days” a new documentary on the Washington, DC punk rock scene, starting at 7 at the High Noon Saloon. Director Scott Crawford will tell us what to expect.
Before the age of the internet, musicians and artists had to fight tooth and nail to get their work noticed. This ethos manifested itself in the punk and DIY movements, anticipating the eventual rise (and perhaps fall) of indie rock.