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Schedule and DJs

WLMC Fall 2021 Schedule

  Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday
8 – 10 a.m. Open Open Open Open Open Open Emily Estko
10 a.m. – Noon Open Open Danny Williams Open Open Open Open
Noon – 2 p.m. Open Open Petar and Brendan Open Open Open Open
2 – 4 p.m. Open WLMC Training Miller Howery Amelia Withington WLMC Training Gavin Wieland James Peyrouse-Bremmer
4 – 6 p.m. Nailah Quail-Parker Mike Cianci Christian Laureno Alexandra Jassin David Jenerson Matthew Klowkiw Open
6 – 8 p.m. Open Open Lydia Haswell Open John Vasquez Open Open
8 – 10 p.m. Open Open Open Open Electrik Techno Open Entertainment Toon-Night
10 p.m. – Midnight Open Seth Harding Open Open Jason DeWald Open Open

Meet the DJs

  • Daniel Molster poses with Bugs Bunny mascot at Hanna Barbera Studios

    DJ Dan the Man Molster with Chucky Cheese mascot

    Daniel Molster is the current WLMC Station Manager and has been a member of WLMC’s Leadership Team since Spring 2019.

    His show, “Entertainment Toon-Night.” is aired on Tuesdays from 6 – 8 p.m. on WLMC and features wacky and wild humor, music, and mayhem for all ages!

    Daniel Molster is currently pursuing a Bachelor of Arts in Liberal Studies with two minors, one in Education and one in Communication.


  • Jason DeWald holding a trophy

    Jason DeWald is a four-year student at Landmark College. He is from Marshall, Virginia. He is working on his Bachelor of Arts in Communication and Entrepreneurial Leadership (B.A. COMEL) degree. His show is about sports talk and mainly playing country music with a little bit of rock music. Come hang out from with him from 10 p.m. – midnight on Fridays at You can follow him on Twitter @jtdewald.

  • Petar Petrovic is known as DJ Petro and has been a WLMC DJ since Fall 2019 and is part of the WLMC Leadership Team as the Associate Station Manager. Petar is from New York City, his show name is just DJ Petro, which airs Fridays from noon – 2 p.m.

  • DJ Humuhumunokonokoapuua, a.k.a. the Flyin Hawaiian, sometimes goes by his real name, Chase O’Brien, and is from Boxford, MA. He has an A.A. in Life Science and is currently working towards a B.A. in Life Sciences. His show is Thursdays from 8 – 10 p.m. and he plays music and talks sports. He loves both of those things and loves sharing his passion for them. Please do find him on social media using Chase O’Brien.

  • Brendan Lemieux is from Harvard, MA. He is a is working on the B.A. COMEL degree and is in his 5th semester. Unique to him ... “I was almost bitten by a rattlesnake on a hike in Tennessee.” His show is with Petar @ Wednesday from noon – 2 p.m. He plans to play good music and talking about interesting topics. He uses Instagram, Linkedin, and Snapchat.

  • Michael Cianci is from Mahwah, New Jersey. He is a sophomore here at Landmark College and he is majoring in the B.A. COMEL degree. In his free time, Michael loves to listen to music, so WLMC is right up his alley! Michael really likes classic rock and metal. The name of Michael’s show is Two for Tuesdays, and the showtimes are from 4 – 6 p.m. The show is about playing two songs from the same artist and Michael also sings along to those songs. You can follow Michael on Facebook by typing his full name into the search bar.

  • Nina King is currently a sophomore at Landmark College and is undeclared as far as a major but is considering a Bachelor’s of Art degree in life science or communications. Unique about Nina: she plays guitar, piano, acting, dance, and does performing arts whenever and wherever she can and loves to make people laugh. Her show, Today’s Hits, is “whatever music is playing, you’ll for sure enjoy it.”

  • Christian Laureano, also known as DJ Chris, is a four-year student at Landmark College and hails from New York. He is determined to complete the B.A. COMEL in the near future. A big nerd with a bigger heart, he loves to talk Magic. On Wednesday from 4 – 6 p.m., Christian hosts Night Mayhem with co-hosts Zachary and Ziad. The trio plans to give you a cheap laugh and listen to whatever they decide to share. Do tune in!

  • Matt Snell’s show, Electrik Techno, airs Fridays from 8 – 10 p.m. Playing many solo artists and bands who play electric and techno music. Anyone can listen to some amazing music at Follow me at xPloded Chicken on Youtube. Matt is a Liberal Studies major and wants to attend a film school to create stories and direct movies.

  • Gavin William Wieland, born in Petoskey, MI, is a sophomore, Liberal Studies major at Landmark College. He enjoys playing the drums and singing. His show, The Roots Of Songs on Sundays from 2 – 4 p.m., is meant to entertain audiences and introduce them to the types of music that he enjoys. He hopes to inspire and comfort those listening in. Anyone who want can tune into, and he does use Snapchat. Email Gavin at

  • Jamie Peyrouse Bremer was born in Hanoi and adopted and raised in Boston Massachusetts. He is pursuing both his associates degree in Liberal Studies and a Bachelor’s degree in Studio Art. James’ life has been full of theater and the arts. He participated in Tufts Children’s Theater camp for eight years, He has seen numerous Broadway shows and listens to showtunes about 80% of the time when he listens to music. His show airs from 2 – 4 p.m. on Saturdays and you can expect pop, R&B, alt pop—some of them are throwback songs from the 80s and 90s. Anyone who just wants to chill and listen to some good tunes can listen in!

  • Emily Estko, a.k.a. DJ Emily, is from Sunnyvale California and is in her sixth semester at Landmark College and is majoring in communications. A fact about Emily is that she likes dogs and her radio shows is Sundays from 8 – 10 a.m. She plays music and anyone can listen in. Emily uses snapchat as her social media. If anyone wants to add Emily as a friend on snapchat, you can send her a friend request.

  • Seth Robert Harding is from Calvert County, Maryland, and is a freshmen majoring in Liberal Studies. Something interesting about Seth ... he has done SCUBA diving, hatchet throwing, and blacksmithing. His show name is S (Seth’s). R (radio). H (hour) and happens every Tuesday at 10 p.m. He plays mainstream and Indie music, as well as potentially bring guests in to talk with. Anyone who is interested may listen. He uses both Instagram and Snapchat at sethharding2000. He hopes to see you all on social media and please feel free to send feedback or requests to Instagram.

  • Nailah Quail-Parker, a.k.a. DJ Nailah, is from Queens, New York. She is 23, a transfer student, and business major here at Landmark College. She has an obsession with purple and therefore has purple hair. She runs a show called “Music with Tea” that airs on Mondays from 4 – 6 p.m. The show consists of lots of music: hip hop, rap, neo soul, indie, pop, musicals, etc., and has a “what would you do?” tone where sometimes Nailah (and friends) will find stories via the Internet and reactions to them. Listeners who like tea [gossip] would be interested.

    Instagram: @lovesherworld

  • From Derry NH, Lydia has already finished her A.A. in Liberal Studies in December of 2020 and is now working on her bachelor’s degree in psychology with a minor in education.

    Show name: Mistry Music and it happens on Wednesdays from 6 – 8 p.m.

    Description: Listeners never know what they are going to listen to because of the wide range of music that I play. The purpose of Lydia’s show is to keep listeners interested and wanting to come back and listen time and time again.

  • Alexandra Jassin is from Madison, New Jersey. Her DJ name is DJ AJ, and this is her first time on radio. She is in her senior year at Landmark College, pursuing a B.A. in Psychology with a subfocus in art, and hopes to pursue a career in art therapy post graduation. She has worked for the Landmark College Centers for Diversity and Inclusion as a staff member at the Center for Women and Gender since Spring 2019.

    DJ AJ’s show happens weekly on Thursdays from 4 – 6 p.m., with a focus on women, LGBTQIA, and gender—nonconforming artists in music, with occasional pop culture and relevant news. She aims to create an inclusive and intersectional show aiming at representation that is empowering for others.

    You can follow her on instagram at @velvet.rain, and on twitter at @fart_ze_art

  • Constantine “Dixon” Hawthorne, 1st year from Northern Virginia, pursuing a B.A. in Liberal Arts. Dixon is an organ donor and uses any pronouns. Friend of Dixon is aired Thursday 2 – 4 p.m., celebrating queer and small artists. Most active on Twitter @FriendofDixon, posting life updates, interactions with fans, and showtimes.

  • Miller Howrey, a.k.a. F1nalsmash. I am a freshman here going for my computer science degree and I love hanging out with friends and playing video games. My show is called guys being dudes, you can catch it from 2 – 4 p.m. on Wednesdays. if you enjoy podcasts You should listen in because this is a radio podcast with some music as well. You can find me on youtube @F1nalsmash

  • Danny Williams is a first semester radio broadcaster and college student. From Frederick, Maryland, which is 40 minutes away from Washington, DC. As of now, I have already performed my first show on the WLMC and my friends have encouraged me to go by M.C. Phantom and so far no official name for the show. On my show, I would like to talk about music as I am a big collector of vinyl records, as well as movies, and other pop culture topics. For social media, I mostly use Instagram, Snapchat, and Facebook from time to time.

  • John is a serious broadcaster and a WLMC veteran since 2018.

  • Matthew Klokiw, 19, from Rye, NY, which is a suburb of NYC about 45 min north of Manhattan. A sophomore in college however technically I am a first year transfer student at Landmark College. Last year I attended Marist College located in Poughkeepsie, NY, which is about 90 min north of NYC. I still haven’t decided on a definitive name for my radio show however my radio show takes place every Saturday from 4 – 6 p.m.! My show mostly plays popular pop and rock tunes from the late 60s to 80s, songs that my older parents always played to me when growing up.

    I hope to expose the Landmark College community to some of the rock and blues songs that I’ve always treasured from a young age that always brought a smile to my face and wouldn’t let me resist singing along to them. Unfortunately I am not too involved on social media other than on Twitter mostly for personal news and to keep in touch with my favorite sports teams but my username is @kloks55 if anyone’s interested in following me.

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