October 17th, 2013 by ekh22

Rainy Dawg Radio is currently seeking bloggers to write for the Rainy Blawg!

Call for Bloggers

If you like music, writing, and are a UW student, then this position is perfect for you! And you’re probably perfect for the position. Send an email to am@rainydawg.org answering the following questions:

Tell us about yourself, your interests, your life, whatever:

What kind of content would you like to provide to the Blawg? What genre do you think you would write about most?

What writing skills/experience can you contribute to the Blawg?

Any additional comments on Rainy Dawg:

HOPE TO HEAR FROM YOU SOON!


May 15th, 2013 by ekh22

~One week from tomorrow, RAINY DAWG RADIO TURNS 10!!!~

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To celebrate this once-in-a-lifetime occasion, Rainy Dawg will be hosting it’s largest event of the year. An all-evening festival will showcase some of our favorite local bands: Natasha KmetoKeyboard Kid, FuturewifeKey NyataJarv DeeNaomi Punk, and Pony Time! The fest will also feature some of our favorite record labels, clothing brands, vendors, and artists. And there might be a birthday cake.

MARK YOUR CALENDARS for next Thursday, May 23rd at Sylvan Grove Theater on the UW campus, and see the Facebook event for full details. Then check the Rainy Blawg EVERY DAY before the event for features on each of the performers!!!!!


April 19th, 2013 by ekh22

KEXP teams up with Rainy Dawg Radio to present the WILDEST LOCAL SHOWCASE OF THE YEAR!!!!

Celebrate the U-District’s victory in KEXP’s Hood-to-Hood Challenge by coming out to Parnassus Cafe TONIGHT!


Live music curated by Rainy Dawg Radio
Hosted by Morgan
• Pony Time
• Universe People
• Big Eyes
Cover: $5 suggested donation
All Ages

Visit KEXP.ORG for more details:
• http://blog.kexp.org/hood-to-hood-2013/


February 8th, 2013 by Bennett

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January 25th, 2013 by ekh22

“Three of Seattle’s most innovative electronic producers come together for the event of a lifetime.”

By this time next week, the line will be out the door for Rainy Dawg Radio and ASUW’s featured artist concert. On Thursday, January 31, three very talented and diverse electronic artists will be gracing the stage of Parnassus Cafe and Gallery.

Kid Smpl is the current alias of 22-year-old Seattle producer Joey Butler. A veteran of stage and studio, Butler has been busy developing a style of atmospheric bass music that continues to deepen with each release. The sounds are spread across a canvas made wide with breathing room. Briefly put, it evokes the introspection of a far-flung space colony’s forest terrarium, late into the evening, alone or with close company. His up-and-coming full-length album promises to provide a fully realized picture of Butler as a producer, articulating the hazy future vision he has been praised for on numerous EPs, tracks, and remixes released to date.

An integral member of the Dropping Gems collective, Seattle’s Alex Osuch aka DJAO approaches electronic music with nature in mind, incorporating live vocals and instrumentation into his vision of hazy environments. Much like Kid Smple, DJAO’s sounds err on the side of introspection as they draw the listener into an electro fusion environment. Be on the lookout for an LP from DJAO in 2013.

After a sold out EP and plenty of press, electronic producer Black Hat, is nothing less than the epitome of ambient noise music. As described by Seattle’s well-known newspaper, The Stranger, “Black Hat create itchy ambient ‘dystopian high life sounds’ for lying on the floor and contemplating black holes and time dilation.” From ambient funk to electronic noise, the symphonic sounds of Black Hat’s creation leaves nothing left to want in his abstract collection of musical talent.

http://soundcloud.com/tracks/50456047

http://soundcloud.com/tracks/73328075

http://soundcloud.com/tracks/45266671

These three are bound to put on a fabulous show full of audience interaction and electronic noise. With over a hundred people already planning on going, this gig is setting up to be a full house! So get there early! Doors open at 7, show starts at 7:30.

For more info (and to RSVP) check out the Facebook event page HERE!

-DJ Desman


TimeTitleArtistAlbum

Sippin' Hunny

with Bearika
12:00PM - 2:00PM
The best r&b, pop, and indie hits to get U ready 4 the weekend. ...

**YOU CAN'T SIT WITH US** [SOMETIMES EXPLICIT CONTENT]

with Yung Futon
2:00PM - 4:00PM
#BEATS4UREARZ sending all dem experimental/chillwave/electronic vibes your way. ...

Transistor Rhythm

with Fugal
4:00PM - 6:00PM
A transatlantic dialogue of emotive underground electronic music. ...

Retro Transmission

with Kirin
6:00PM - 8:00PM
Remember punk? Like, 70s and 80s punk and industrial and avant weirdness? Remember its "post" incarnations also, but, like, "post" only so far as it went into the mid 90s? And like, weird interpretations of "post" as in music with punk ethos that pos ...

The Unique Experience with Max and Nikita

with Nikita
8:00PM - 10:00PM
Ahh man, we just havin fun. ...

Distant Stations

with The Bad Doctor
12:00PM - 2:00PM
Take two and tune in in the afternoon. ...

Trash Baby Nation

with Mackenzie
4:00PM - 6:00PM
Your guilty pleasure station. ...

All Yesterday's Parties

with DJ Hart
6:00PM - 8:00PM
Two hours of dance and generally zany music history. I've been collecting records and other recorded music since I was five and have been working to understand the roots of everything danceable. If you want to hear lost rare disco, unusual world musi ...

The Night Trail

with Shadient
8:00PM - 10:00PM
A journey into the digital phenomena of computer based music, with no real delineation in place of what defines one genre from the next. This program will do it's best to keep it movin' & groovin' with some downtempo influences to keep a nice balan ...

Hatred of Music

with Matthew
10:00AM - 12:00PM
ambient/drone/electronic ...

Indie Bandstand

with Tim
2:00PM - 4:00PM
Once upon a time, I thought Nirvana was a female singer. I've been living it down ever since, and now I share an eclectic mix of ambient, trip-hop, post-rock, and anything else I think is beauty incarnate. So sit back, look out your window at the rai ...

Essentials

with DJ North Rest
4:00PM - 6:00PM
Like exercise, music leaves you feeling refreshed and fulfilled. But let's be real, a lot of us don't have time to drop everything and take a jog. That's what Essentials is for. Use it as background music while you're doing the dishes, play it in the ...

Folk U

with DJ Desman
6:00PM - 8:00PM
From local musicians to fans on a mission. this radio show wants to get YOU involved! The goal of Folk U is to play all sorts of music. Have something you want to hear? Let us know! Wanna listen to something you've never heard before? We've got somet ...

peel it OFF!!!

with Bear
8:00PM - 10:00PM
We pick a label and play only artist from that label for a bit, then pick another label. Isn't that just revolutionary! ...

Westnorthernmusic

with Mt Man
10:00AM - 12:00PM
Hey guys, this show is an indie/electronic show that will pretty much stretch the boundaries of what those two genres encompass. I want to show you great music that I've come across and hopefully find something you can share with others. Westnorthern ...

Faith's New Show

with Faith
12:00PM - 2:00PM

Kings of the Trill [EXPLICIT CONTENT]

with Jack
2:00PM - 4:00PM
Arjun Reddy and Jack Hill are committed to fulfilling all of your musical needs by bringing you the trillest songs from all genres. Kings of the Trill strives to be the official playlist of your Monday mornings. ...

CHILL SPOT

with Lynda
4:00PM - 6:00PM

STR8 SLAMMIN [EXPLICIT CONTENT]

with DH
6:00PM - 8:00PM
Born about 8 miles from the City of Dope, Drew Hansen made the life changing pilgrimage to Oakland, California at the beginning of his fourth grade school year. A few years later, in the midist of the hyphyiest hyphy movement ever, his love for hip-h ...

U KNOW WHAT IT IS

with Yung Microsoft
8:00PM - 10:00PM
BACK TO BACK LOCKIN IN 3 YOUNGS FRESH ...

REGULATE

with Inkisar
12:00PM - 2:00PM
Welcome to the world of Hip Hop. From the streets of Harlem to the shores of Seattle, listen to find out whats up in the Hip Hop scene. ...

Pool Party

with Lurnt
2:00PM - 4:00PM
Two hours of heat. If you can't handle it, better get in the pool. We're on every Friday from 2:00pm to 4:00pm at http://rainydawg.org/ ...

SLOW SHOW

with #1 Top College Radio DJ Cameron McCreery
4:00PM - 6:00PM
SLOW SHOW IS THE COOL SHOW ...

~~Coast2Coast Beatz~~

with Elysse & Natalie
6:00PM - 8:00PM
What up young people! Well, we are young & hip like you, so why not be even hipper by listening to us on Fridays 2-4? Like srsly though. We do new themes every week because we want to spice up our relationship with you. Do you have a suggestion? THEN ...

Nothing Ever Happens

with ,'>/
10:00AM - 12:00PM
DJs Vladimir & Estragon ...

Gettin Funky in the Morning

with Arista
10:00AM - 1:00PM
Hey Guys, Party with me every Saturday morning from 10-12! LETS GET FUNKY. ...

The Synapse

with ADUB
10:00AM - 2:00PM
The Synapse is all about connecting people with music, playing jazz, hip-hop and everything inbetween Noon-1pm every Saturday. This includes but is not limited to jazz hop, instrumental hip-hop, trip-hop, jazz/RnB crossovers, as well as some straight ...

Dispatches from Club Home

with Jason
2:00PM - 4:00PM
This show aims to explore the many facets of underground and experimental electronic music, from the myriad scenes, labels, and especially the artists out there. In the coming weeks I hope to showcase new vinyl and cassette releases, as well as to br ...

The Down Under

with Paul
4:00PM - 6:00PM
Basement buds Paulina Alvarado (DJ paul) & Seesha Takagishi (DJ squeesh) present their weekly radio show THE DOWN UNDER. The Down Under plays mainly indie rock variety music but also throws in a couple of themed shows such as "Throwbacks: The 20's to ...

London Haze

with Spitta Benjamin
6:00PM - 8:00PM
All the hits, straight out of England. ...

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Rainydawg Radio is a non-profit radio station staffed and operated by students at the University of Washington. Though the station focuses on providing quality and diverse programming for the University community, its reach is global, and anyone, worldwide, can tune in to our live stream at www.rainydawg.org.

The station is an enterprise of the Associated Students of the University of Washington, and was founded in 2001 to create an educational outlet for students at the UW interested in the broadcast and music industries, as well as providing entertainment for UW students, staff, and faculty.

Since its inception, Rainydawg has stayed on the cutting edge of broadcast technology, and worked hard to integrate itself into the UW and Seattle music communities. The station has also sponsored a number of highly-successful on-campus events—often in collaboration with other ASUW entities and enterprises—bringing national and local talent to the campus for one-of-a-kind performances.

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Assistant Manager Erin Halligan(am@rainydawg.org)
Music DirectorVladimir 'Yung Hollywood Ca$h Munny' Sepetov (top200md@rainydawg.org)
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