404.894.2468

WREK is the entirely student managed, operated, and engineered radio station of Georgia Tech. We broadcast 24/7 on 91.1 FM with 100,000 watts of quality, diverse programming. You can listen online and browse through our 14-day archive of specialty shows, sound blocks, sports, and public affairs programming.

WREK Atlanta Survey

WREK needs your help! We’re currently in the process of conducting research on our listenership base. We want to know if you tend to tune in more online or on the radio, what block you prefer to listen to, and how we can improve!

Please take a few minutes to fill out this survey: http://goo.gl/forms/cSLflHDF9f

Thanks!

Playlist for Lost in the Stacks from September 30th, 2016 (Radical Reference) Episode 320

Hear the show at http://traffic.libsyn.com/lostinthestacks/LITS_Episode_320.mp3

Clip from Tool and Timothy Leary
Intro: “Friction” by Television

“New Energy” by Unwound

Interview with Lia Friedman (UC San Diego)

File this set under LA229 .L52:
“New Math” by Drive Like Jehu
“Poppies” by Rebecca Pearcy

Continued interview with Lia Friedman

File this set under G4364 .S4:
“Cotton Swab” by Heavy Vegetable
“When We Reach the Hill” by Black Heart Procession
“Humor Me” by Powerdresser

Continued interview with Lia Friedman

File this set under “Omnia Extares”:
“RSVP” by Lois Maffeo
“Don’t Think You Wanna” by Sleater Kinney

Credits: “Fool in the Rain” by Led Zeppelin

“Twitch” by Pitchfork

Stay tuned for the next Lost in the Stacks, an encore broadcast of “The NSA Show,” on Friday, October 7th!

Subscribe to the podcast on iTunes, Stitcher, Google Play, or at http://lostinthestacks.libsyn.com/

54-46 Playlist September 29th 2016

Dennis Brown – Open Your Eyes
Let’s Go Bowling – Sultan’s Cross

The Skatalites – Swing Easy
The Expanders – Uptown Set
Gregory Isaacs – Kill Them With Music

Sugar Minott – Too Much Oppressors
SOJA – Born In Babylon
Mishka – Worth The Wait

Bob Marley & The Wailers – Who The Cap Fit
Cherry Poppin’ Daddies – Cosa Nostra
Passafire – Bell Jar

The Cat Empire – Down At The 303
The English Beat – Hands Off … She’s Mine
Slightly Stoopid – Blood Of My Blood
Method Of Defiance – Herb Is Burnin’

Psych-Out! Playlist for September 28, 2016

  1. Eat The Sun – Prefeastone (The Djerassi Sessions)
  2. The Legendary Pink Dots – Jungle (The Lovers)
  3. Cul De Sac – Doldrums (I Don’t Want To Go To Bed)
  4. Richard Pinhas – Circle (Desolation Row)
  5. Arp – Raga for Moog & Violin (featuring Hiro Kone) (Inversions)

Psych-Out! September 28 was hosted by Bennett & Curtis.

Goldsoundz – September 27th, 2016

Peaness – “Oh George”
KNGDVD – “Poppies”
LSD and the Search for God – “Starting Over”

Black Honey – “Hello Today”
Andy Shauf – “Jenny Come Home”
Family and Friends – “Amadeus”

Jack and Eliza – “Oh No”
Landlady – “Dying Day”
GRMLN – “Teenage Rhythm”
argonaut&wasp – “Loser Like You”

Omar Rodriguez Lopez – “Winters Gone”
Van William (feat. First Aid Kit) – “Revolution”
ROLLS BAYCE – “Inside Out”
Crushed Out – “Skinny Dippin'”

Bloodboy – “Keep Your Disease”
Oyster Kids – “Gum (Everybody’s My Friend)”
Soft Hair – “Lying Has to Stop”

Freaker’s Ball | #46 | 2016 September 27

atom_heart_mother

Varied selection today for you. Progressive, then symphonic, then some punk, and finally a very long imaginary guitar solo. Are you desirous of the knowledge I deign to give you? Do you feel your muscles spasm by proximity to this occult wisdom? Well then, stick a-round, because it is absolutely happening. This week, on the Freaker’s Ball.

Listen to this playlist on Spotify here.

Song Artist Album Year
‘Lakeside Park’ Rush ‘Caress of Steel’ 1975
‘Knots’ Gentle Giant ‘Octopus’ 1972
‘Atom Heart Mother (Suite)’ Pink Floyd ‘Atom Heart Mother’ 1970
‘I Heard Her Call My Name’ Velvet Underground ‘White Light /White Heat’ 1968
‘Chain Saw’ Ramones ‘Ramones’ 1976
‘Today Your Love, Tomorrow the World’ Ramones ‘Ramones’ 1976
‘Watermelon In Easter Hay’ Frank Zappa ‘Joe’s Garage’ 1979