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DJ Lauren Luna is a senior Communication major at Flagler College. The current Student Station Manager, she has been with WFCF for 4 years, and was recently hired as the Morning Show Producer at WYRE 105.5 FM. After she graduates this semester, she plans on moving to Annapolis, MD to continue working for Cortona Media.
Hotel California by the Eagles, a gift from my mom.
First live show/concert?
Backstreet Boys at the Amway Arena in Orlando.
Best festival you have been to so far?
Lollapalooza 2012, The Black Keys, Florence and the Machine, Passion Pit, The Shins, Metric, Santigold, M83, Of Monsters and Men, and the Alabama Shakes were absolutely amazing.
You are curating Hypothetical Fest… Who are your three headliners? Go!
Mumford and Sons, Radiohead and Muse.
Vinyl, eight-tracks, cassettes, CDs or MP3s?
Vinyl… I’m one of those purists. Everything sounds better on vinyl. I haven’t purchased a cd in at least three years, most vinyl now comes with MP3 downloads so I can take it with me on my phone when I’m not home. I think my roommates are about at the point where they want to choke me for listening to my record player in the living room.
Who/what is in heavy rotation on your iPod right now?
Foster the People
Make us a mini playlist:
Pink ft. Nate Ruess – “Just Give Me A Reason”
Metric – “Help I’m Alive”
Anberlin – “Dismantle. Repair.”
David Guetta ft. Sia – “Titanium”
The Naked and Famous – “Punching In A Dream”
And finally, Flagler College Radio is “radio with a reason”… We want to know, what’s yours?
I am legitimately obsessed with music. It’s my passion and the only thing I know I’ll do for the rest of my life.
You can tune in and listen to DJ Luna’s show on Wednesdays and Fridays from 7 – 9 on WFCF, Flagler College Radio — that’s 88.5 on the FM dial, or listen on iHeartRadio*!
WFCF 88.5 FM is a non-commercial, 10,000 watt educational radio station staffed by students in the Flagler College Communication Department and community volunteers, broadcasting from the historic campus of Flagler College. In 2012, WFCF was rated as the 17th best college radio station in the nation by the Princeton Review, and was added last year as one of 20 exclusive iHeartRadio college stations.