WVUM 90.5 FM, the voice of the University of Miami since 1968 has been expanding since it’s five-member start. Promoting “independent music for independent thinkers,” these are WVUM’s top picks.

1. Arcade Fire – Funeral
2. Japan 4 Sale – Volume 4
3. Devandra Banhart – Nino Rojo
4. Saturday looks good to me – Every Night
5. Castanets – Cathedral
6. Tom Waits – Real Gone
7. Mosquitoes – Sunshine Barato
8. Savath and Savalas – Manana
9. Wovenhands – Consider the Birds
10. Otto Von Schirach – Global Speaker Fisting

November 23, 2004


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