News & Updates

Wednesday, September 28, 2011
This Week on WXYC

Tune in to WXYC 89.3 FM (listen online: this Wednesday from 9 to 10 PM to hear "Poetic Portraits of a Revolution," hosted by WXYC DJ Andrea Ford and guests Will McIrney and Mohammad Moussa of the PPR project documenting the ongoing popular movements in North Africa: This is the first show of the academic year, sponsored by the Carolina Center for the Study of Middle East and Muslim Civilizations. 

Sunday, August 28, 2011
We're hiring new DJs!

Come out and learn how you can be a DJ for WXYC! There's an info session on the steps of UNC's Wilson Library on Tuesday, August 30th at 7 p.m.

There's also an XYC open house at 6 p.m. in Student Union room 3420.

Check out our Facebook event for more info.

(BTW: You've gotta be a UNC student to apply.)

Monday, June 6, 2011
Stream's down

You may have noticed some outtages in our online stream lately. Our machine's gone ape and we're working on taming this beast. Stay tuned...

Friday, August 27, 2010
New Hiring
Dear XYC Listener,

Wanna DJ? This might be your chance! The station is hiring for the fall semester. There will be an Open House @ 5:30pm on Tuesday, August 31st, when you'll get to check the studio and record collection. Later that evening at we'll have an Interest Meeting @ 6:30pm on Polk Place. Come out and bring your friends!

Note, you gotta be a student to apply.

Monday, May 10, 2010
Wanna be a dj?
We're hiring new djs for the summer!

All UNC Students are welcome to apply! Come out to the interest meeting Tuesday at 6 p.m. in Student Union room 3413 for more info about the radio station and new dj requirements! Afterwards you can sign up for an interview time. We will conduct interviews on Tuesday, 5/18 and Wednesday, 5/19. Visit the Facebook event page here.

*For more information or if you are unable to attend the meeting & still want to apply, please email:
Monday, May 10, 2010
This Week on WXYC
Tonight on Monday's Inside Track, listen to and enjoy Zoo's Trilogi Peradaban (translation: Civilization Trilogy). This band's debut album is punk rock seasoned with traditional Indonesian music. From label Dual Plover: "With 22 tracks ranging from dissonant math-rock expelled in quick Melt Banana like successions to acoustic shamanistic vocal utterings produced with the Skeletal framed lineup of drums, bass and Jembe, all lined with the deft vocalisations of Rully Shabara Herman telling a story of the deterioration of cultural roots in modern civilization." Don't miss it! Monday, 9 pm.

Nancia O. hosts this week's Thursday Night Feature. Enjoy three hours of themed music! 9pm.

On Friday, the Inside Track continues its love letter to Indonesia with the airing of Koes Bersaudara 1967. This Sublime Frequencies release is a reissue of the band's two extremely hard to find releases from '67, The Guilties and Djadikan Aku Domba Mu. Western-style garage rock combines with dreamy psychedelia to make up an album listening experience that serious rock collectors have coveted for decades. Listen to it all in its entirety this Friday at 9pm.
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