Each week we’ll bring you new songs we’re playing on WFCF, Flagler College Radio, along with our Top 30 playlist that we submit to the College Music Journal (CMJ). Reporting to CMJ allows us to keep playing the newest artists, so check back each week to see who we are adding!
WFCF, Flagler College Radio, weekly playlist. Catch them on 88.5 FM in St. Augustine, or on iHeartradio.com.
Monday – Friday:
7:00 am: Morning Rock Block – Indie pop and rock with the student DJs
11:00 am: Classical Sounds – The best in classical music
3:00 pm: Afternoon Jazz Wave – Classic, smooth, bebop and more
7:00 pm: Best in Rock – All rock all night
By Eliza Jordan | firstname.lastname@example.org
Ryan Souder, 24, is most creative before his head hits the pillow, and this is only a plus to St. Augustine’s local band, Loyal Sidekick.
Born and raised in Charlottesville, Va., Souder spent most of his childhood outdoors. But this active lifestyle never stopped his drive at the age of 12 to start playing guitar.
“I’ve always wanted to be a musician,” said Souder, after explaining that he originally was influenced by the band Korn, but is now mostly inspired by older bands such as Aerosmith, Lynrd Skynrd, and the technical prowess of Coheed and Cambria.
By Donna Styron | email@example.com
For the Flagler College men’s tennis team, there is one player who has more than playing on the court on his agenda.
As a communication major and a men’s tennis player, junior Adam Hunt has been busy during his first year at Flagler. Hunt is native of Woking, England, a small town in South East London. He came to the United States to play tennis for Mercer University in 2008 but transferred to Flagler’s tennis program this past fall.
By Will Sandberg | firstname.lastname@example.org
Twenty seconds… my first live read on the radio.
By Angela Daidone | email@example.com
Photos By Philip C. Sunkel IV
Hair pulled back and clad in yoga pants, Lauren Luna, a junior at Flagler College, appears to be an average college student. However, like the radio station she broadcasts from, Flagler College’s WFCF 88.5 FM, Luna is far from being generic.