Huetensil Releases New Single, Gets Play on Over 80 Stations

Independent Binghamton musician Huetensil has had music from his latest album Black & White played on over 80 radio stations in Australia, Belgium, Canada, Italy, the United Kingdom, and the United States.

“Nothin’,” the new single from Black & White, was released October 20, 2015. Local virtuoso Micheal Wu plays bass guitar on the tune. For more info visit

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Huetensil Releasing New Album March 3rd

Review of Black & White

Huetensil—aka Hugh Wygmans of Binghamton, NY—has been one of the hardest-working guys in the scene the last few years. And we’re happy to say he has the talent to go with the drive. Huetensil comes out with a full length album, Black & White, on March 3rd that is a delight from start to finish.

Hugh has vocal chops and style in spades; one of those singers who keeps surprising in a … Continue reading

Paul Juser: Asking For It

Everyone has a band they are embarrassed to love. Last month, I told you about my long-standing love for Def Leppard. Def Leppard is not that band. I’ve got no problem driving down the City streets with Pyromania at full blast, singing along in my best Joe Elliot. The band I don’t want you to find out about is AFI.

I’m not talking about occasionally throwing on “Answer That And Stay Fashionable,” I’m talking entire days with … Continue reading

Paul Juser: Do You Wanna Get Rocked?

I used to book concerts for Def Leppard in my living room. They took place after school, and had very few in attendance. Almost exclusively dogs and the occasional cat. The band never showed, but I made sure everyone got their money’s worth. I put a tape in the boom box, and did the album myself, Milli Vanilli style. I performed both vocal and guitar parts interchangeably. I didn’t know what a bass guitar was, and drums … Continue reading

Paul Juser: Footprints of the Behemoth

Mastodon Slept Here

“I put the butcher knife up to her neck, and I said, ‘if you want to live to see tomorrow, you better start frying them eggs a little bit better’n you been frying ‘em. I’m sick of eating sloppy, slimy eggs!” Then the music kicked in, and everyone at the American Legion went ape shit. This was my last clear memory of my first Mastodon show. Everything else was fists, feet, guitar, and drums. … Continue reading

“Can You Go to the Note?” Finals this Thursday!

The final 10 contestants in the area’s premier singing competition will perform Thursday, April 24th, at the DoubleTree Hotel in downtown Binghamton, NY. The winner receives $2,500 of studio time and promotion of their first single. The show starts at 7:00pm. For more info visit WJOB-FM.

“Can You Go to the Note?” Quarterfinals Packs Them In!

The Sun Briar Room at the DoubleTree Hotel in downtown Binghamton was standing room only on April 4th as contestants sang for the chance to move on to the next round of the area’s premier singing competition.

The semi-final round will be held at the DoubleTree April 11th, with the finals April 24th at the same location. See the WJOB-FM site and our event listings for more details.

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“Can You Go to the Note?” Competition Goes to Next Level

Round 1 (quarterfinals) of the popular local singing competition takes place tomorrow, April 4th, 7:00pm at the DoubleTree Hotel in downtown Binghamton. There will be a $5 charge for audience members.

See our Events Listings for location and WJOB-FM for more details.

“Can You Go To the Note?” Opening Audition a Smash!

The first of a three-day audition process for Binghamton-area singing competition Can You Go To the Note? took place at the Bundy Museum annex and was a rousing success. Devon Wright, owner of The Wright Style barber shop on Oak Street in Binghamton, hosted the event along with a panel of three judges. The atmosphere was happy and friendly as a large number of hopefuls of every age and ability turned out to give it all they … Continue reading

Can You Go To The Note?

Open Auditions for Binghamton-Area Singing Competition

WJOB 93.3 FM presents Can You Go To The Note? The highest-caliber singing competition in the region’s history! Open auditions go for three days beginning on Tuesday, March 18th, 7:00pm at the Bundy Museum Annex, 129 Main St, Binghamton. On March 19th at 7:00pm, the event moves to the Undergrounds Coffeehouse at Binghamton University. The first round wraps up Thursday, March 20th, 11:00am at the SUNY-Broome cafeteria.

Semi-finals and the final … Continue reading