Meet the Executive Board – Amy Garlesky (’18)

Hey y’all! My name is Amy (she/her) and I’m the station manager at WWPV. I’m a senior from Cleveland, OH and I’m graduating this May with a degree in philosophy and political science. On the side, I also work as a freelance writer for sites like Bandcamp or The Le Sigh and I also run my own record label, OK Tapes.

As station manager, I act as the head executive of the station. This means that I assemble the E-board, run meetings, communicate with the Student Association, and make sure everything in the station is running smoothly (bills are paid, DJs are scheduled, etc.)

Since I’m graduating this May, my time at WWPV is running out and as sad as I am, I’m excited for a new E-board to take the reigns! We’ve done a lot this year on-campus working with the S.A. and off, working with the local promoter, hope all is well to put on a spring series downtown.


Eskimeaux On-Air Interview (5/7/16)

DJs Amy and Liv bring in Gabby Smith from New York’s Eskimeaux to talk Hari Nef, Van Jams, and to discuss her latest EP “Year of the Rabbit”. **note: due to a malfunction with one of our microphones, the intro was cut off** Tracks Featured: Eskimeaux // “Power” + “Alone at the Party” “Year of the Rabbit” is available now via Double Double Whammy.

Eskimeaux is the recording project of songwriter and producer Gabrielle Smith. Smith started using the moniker in 2007, releasing experimental and noise albums through 2010, and developing the sound over the years into the realm of more structured songwriting (2011’s “Two Mountains”), EDM (2012’s “Eskimeaux”), and more recently, as evident in new record “O.K.” beat-driven and poetic bedroom pop. Eskimeaux is a founding member of The Epoch, a Brooklyn-based songwriting and art collective. Eskimeaux performs live as a four-piece, in which Gabrielle Smith (vocals and guitar) is supported by Epoch members Oliver Kalb (synthesizer), Felix Walworth (drums), and Jack Greenleaf (bass). The live band replaces the subtleties of the record with a more driving, dynamic approach to the songs.