This is 89.3 WAMH
Welcome to WAMH Radio! We provide the Pioneer Valley with the finest on air in music, news, and sports. WAMH broadcasts on 89.3 FM out of Keefe Campus Center at Amherst College.
Known for its alternative takes, WAMH is committed to playing new music every hour and delivering quality content for listeners of all types. Here at WAMH, we love providing students with the opportunity to express themselves through radio content. Moreover, WAMH prides itself as the main player in bringing concerts and events to the Amherst College campus. WAMH believes that radio is meant not only to fill the empty auditory spaces in our cars and elevators, but also to bring people together, foster community, and develop lasting relationships. Started in the 1940s, WAMH has been home to symphonic stylings and exhilarating debate for nearly 75 years.
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Meet the WAMH E-Board
Matthew Ezersky '22
Matthew Charles Ezersky likes Young Thug and Steely Dan. He enjoys looking at paintings from the 1880s and 1980s. He is from New York City and his favorite color is navy. His responsibilities at WAMH include: delegating his responsibilities, organizing concerts, and worshipping the studio’s Cardi B autograph.
Holden Orias '24
Holden Orias grew up in Hermosa Beach, California, thus causing him to passionately advocate for Justin Hurwitz’s score in “La La Land.” He is a fervent consumer of yacht rock and synth pop, most prominently Steely Dan, Young Gun Silver Fox, PREP, Hall & Oates, and Depeche Mode. He hopes to recruit new DJs and assemble a robust schedule, all while broadcasting soft rock and sports talk on his show, “Southpaw Soundbites.”
Olive Amdur '23
Olive Amdur listens to too much Joni Mitchell and knows a lot about Sufjan Stevens. She grew up in Brooklyn, NY in a house filled with CDs and vinyl but loves a good Spotify discover weekly playlist. She also loves the Modern Lovers, Nick Drake, and Courtney Barnett. Talk to her about indie rock and folk, or write about it for the WAMH blog, which she hopes will someday soon make you forget Pitchfork.