Rock On!

--- WXJM Harrisonburg ---

Host Caitlin discusses and analyzes impactful alternative rock albums. Topics of discussion include lyrical and musical themes, release and promotion of the album, subsequent inspiration, and where it stands in the scene today. Uploaded weekly. Episodes are recorded, produced, and published through WXJM, the student-run college radio station at James Madison University in Harrisonburg, Virginia. For more information, visit us at www.wxjm.org or contact our Talk Director at wxjmvoice@gmail.com.

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Latest Episodes…

  1. Episode 7: Transatlanticism

    After a short hiatus, Caitlin returns to talk about Transatlanticism, the fourth studio album released by Death Cab for Cutie in 2003 which explores the struggles of long-distance relationships. NOTE: This episode was recorded one week prior to being uploaded.   Episodes are recorded, produced, and published through WXJM, the student-run ...

    04/22/2021

  2. Episode 6: Leaving Through the Window

    This week, Caitlin examines Something Corporate's second album Leaving Through the Window, released in 2002, along with its ~astronomical~ reception. Episodes are recorded, produced, and published through WXJM, the student-run college radio station at James Madison University in Harrisonburg, Virginia. For more information, visit us at www.wxjm.org or contact our Talk Director ...

    03/27/2021

  3. Episode 5: From Under the Cork Tree

    Caitlin discusses Fall Out Boy's critically acclaimed sophomore album From Under the Cork Tree, which was released in 2005 and helped skyrocket the band to mainstream success. Episodes are recorded, produced, and published through WXJM, the student-run college radio station at James Madison University in Harrisonburg, Virginia. For more information, visit us at ...

    03/19/2021

  4. Episode 4: The Upsides

    Caitlin talks about another personal favorite record of hers from The Wonder Years: The Upsides, the first album of the band's musical trilogy that was released in 2010. Episodes are recorded, produced, and published through WXJM, the student-run college radio station at James Madison University in Harrisonburg, Virginia. For more information, visit ...

    03/12/2021

  5. Episode 3: Bleed American

    This week, Caitlin gets a little passionate about one of her favorite records Bleed American, the fourth studio album by Jimmy Eat World released in 2001, and its influence on the world of emo music by helping the genre become more mainstream.   Episodes are recorded, produced, and published through WXJM, the student-run college ...

    03/05/2021