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Schedule and DJs

WLMC Spring 2021 Schedule

  Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday
8 – 10 a.m. Open Open Emily Estko Open Open Open Open
10 a.m. – Noon Open Open COM2065 James Withington Open Open Open
Noon – 2 p.m. Open Showtime with Wolfy Story Time with Reece Timothy Turley DJ Petro Open Open
2 – 4 p.m. Open COM2065 Destany Hankard Radio Eclectia COM2065 The Kayfabe Corner Gavin Wieland
4 – 6 p.m. Hunter Twite COM2065 and WLMC Training Boisterous Nikita Open COM2065 Open Brendan Lemieux
6 – 8 p.m. Monday Night Mayhem Entertainment Toon-Night Open Kenny Pepper Gin-Jarel Nick’s Niche Open
8 – 10 p.m. Mix Tapes with Michael Open Nina King Chase O’Brien Electrik Techno Open Open
10 p.m. – Midnight The Witching Hours Open 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 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.


  • Petar Petrovic is known as DJ Petro 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 Noon – 2 p.m.

  • Reece Rountree-Hanscom is in his fifth and final semester at Landmark College for a B.A. in Computer Science and is also a integral part of the WLMC Leadership Team. Hailing from Cape Cod, his interests expand far beyond computers, such as creative writing or voice acting. His show, Story Time with Reece, where he reads stories with voices, runs from Noon – 2 p.m. on Wednesdays. To contact him, reach out at

  • Nikita Klebnikov, a.k.a. DJ Sharkman is a second year student at Landmark college and is focused on the Psychology major. He says he’s nice and always willing to listen to any input. His show, is called Modern Day Saga 2021 from Sunday 6 – 8 p.m. He goal is play only songs published in 2021 and want to unite Landmark College. He wants listeners both on and off-campus and he does use Facebook. Please add him as a friend and he will add you back and take song requests through Messenger.

  • Brendan Lemieux is from Harvard, MA. He is a is working on the BA-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 called Bangers with Brendan @ Sunday 4 – 6 p.m. He plans to play good music and talking about interesting topics. He uses Instagram, Linkedin and Snapchat.

  • Nina King is currently a freshman 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 COMEL BA in the near future. A big nerd, with a bigger heart, loves to talk Magic. On Mondays, from 6 – 8 p.m. Christian hosts Monday Night Mayhem, with co-hosts Zachary and Ziad. The trio plans to give you a cheap laugh and listen to whatever we decide to share.

  • 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 freshman, 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 I he enjoys. He hopes to inspire and comfort those listening in. Anyone who wants to listen at and he does use Snapchat. Email Gavin at

  • Jamie Peyrouse Bremer is a second year student at Landmark College and was born in Hanoi, adopted and raised in Boston Massachusetts. He is pursuing both his associates degree is 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 he listens to music. His Show airs from 4 – 6 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!

  • Kenneth Cooper, a.k.a. “DJ Coop” is from Maryland and in his fourth semester at Landmark College. A communications major who loves to go fishing. His show, “chill Saturday,” happens every saturday at noon and is all about relaxation. So expect relaxing music and doing relaxing deep breathing exercises. Come to chill.

  • 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 Wednesdays 8 – 9:30 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.

  • Destany Hankard, from South Windsor, Connecticut, is a third year student at Landmark College is a huge Star Wars fan. Her show is a mixture of both talk and music and enjoys keeping variety in her shows. The purpose for her listeners is she is open to anything new, getting out the communication and talking about LC events and announcements. She uses many forms of social media including Facebook, Snapchat, Instagram, and TikTok.

  • 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 Wednesday starting at 6 p.m. He plays mainstream and Indie music as well as potentially bring guests in to talk to. 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.

  • Nick Sparks self portrait

    A veteran WLMC DJ, Nick Sparks is somewhat all over the place in his interests, on his show, Nick’s Niche on Saturday nights reflects just that, being all over the place. He plays an odd combination of rock, metal, and jazz while going into the various hobbies he's picked up over the years. He is a second year Computer Science major and he plans to bring listeners down various rabbit holes at an unprecedented pace and maybe tell a joke that’s actually funny while doing so. Nick generally doesn’t use social media, preferring to keep what he does to himself, but please do listen in on Saturday nights.

  • Would you like to party and get down with some epic EDM bangers? Then join DJ Gin-Jarel and tune in to his upbeat hype music on Friday’s 6 – 8 p.m. Jarel is in love with EDM, which is his number one most favorite type of music and has been listening to it ever since he was a young teenager. His top five favorite EDM subgenres include House, Moombahton, Dubstep, Trap, and Future Bass. Plus this type of music is perfect for dancing, partying, working out, and more! He makes some EDM beats and even has participated in the LEAP program to promote his passion which he continues to pursue later in the future. Jarel’s current major is liberal studies right now and plans on getting his A.A. and transferring to a college in California in the fall to study Computer Science and getting a B.A.

  • Timothy Turley is from Los Angeles, California, and in his third year of college at Landmark College. His show is music of all types and categories and he encourages any one can listen in. Timothy uses Snapchat and Instagram as a form of social interaction.

  • Emily Wolff’s DJ’s name is DJWolff is from Washington and California. She is a Sophomore in College and her dream major is Law. One unique thing about her is she was born with two different earlobes. Emily’s show name is ToonTimes&Fun with DJ Wolff. Her show is every Tuesday from noon – 2 p.m. Expect to hear pop music from the 1980s—now, jokes, information, actor and actresses facts, and info. She also likes to ask the audience questions and ends her show with a dedication. The purpose of her show is to enjoy something that is not related to school and to get out of our comfort zone. Some of her media she uses include Snapchat, Instagram, Twitter, Facebook, and LinkedIn.

  • Jason DeWald holding a trophy

    Jason Timothy DeWald is a third year student at Landmark College and is from Marshall, Virginia. He is working on his Bachelor of Arts in Communication and Entrepreneurial Leadership (BA-COMEL) degree. His show is about sports talk and playing mostly country music makes in with a little bit of rock music. Come hang out from 10 – 11:30 p.m. on Fridays at You can follow him on Twitter and Snapchat.

  • 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 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.

  • Meet Ryan Sanchez, a WLMC DJ from New York City. He is a second year student at Landmark College, going for an A.A. His show is a podcast based on the world of pro wrestling called “The Kayfabe Corner,” in which does reviews for recent episodes for pro wrestling that airs on the WLMC airwaves on Saturdays from 2 – 4 p.m., the purpose of informing the fellow wrestling fanatics of news, rumors, and reviews! Outside of the WLMC booth, he is a passionate student athlete and competes on the school’s baseball team. To follow and to keep up to date on Ryan, you can follow him on Instagram, Snapchat, and Facebook!

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