A little under a month ago I was fortunate enough to interview Abstract, a rapper from Jackson, Wyoming. Within the interview we gathered how Abstract met his crew (Blulake, Cryo, Drumma, and the many others), where Abstract drew his inspiration growing up, and even a unique talent that most people would never be able to guess. On top of all this, we also got some very small hints about his upcoming album and it’s connection to his previous album Something to Write Home About as well as that this upcoming album isn’t going to be his last. This upcoming album is one of his proudest pieces of work and he feels that it is overall telling a story. We also learned a bit more of some other things that Abstract would like to branch out and do besides music. The interview has much more within it besides what I mentioned here, listen and find out for yourself. And as always, huge thanks to Abstract and all those who made this interview possible.
WAUG offers a live DJ service, as well as live on-air remote options.
Our experienced DJs can provide excellent musical entertainment for your event! Whether it is a wedding, formal, or simply a private party, we are confident that our services will meet your needs at a reasonable rate.
Our DJ service includes:
One or two experienced DJs (depending on availability)
Sound system suitable for a crowd of up to 300 people
Your choice of music (optional)
No travel charge for events in the Quad Cities area
We are available for an affordable $50 per hour. Contact Andre Rivera for booking.
Live radio remotes can be a very effective tool for promoting your large event. Our DJs will broadcast live from your site, simultaneously providing entertainment for those at the event and promoting it to those listening online.
All that we require is electrical power and a high-speed internet connection. Depending on the type of event, this service may be provided free.
WAUG is currently seeking Augustana students to host on-air radio shows. If you are a communications major/minor, or simply have an interest in music or radio, then we would like to chat with you!
There are many ways to get involved. Most students at WAUG start as DJs for their own radio show. Time slots are typically 2 hours long, but students are encouraged to sign up for additional time as their schedules allow.
DJs are allowed to play almost anything they would like, adding to our always-changing loose format of college radio.