Tonight here in the Philippines at 11pm local time, the 2016 edition of the Junior Eurovision Song Contest will stream live worldwide on Youtube, straight from Valletta, Malta. Jus before the show could begin, I’ll send out my thoughts on this year’s entries and my fearless predictions on how each will do on show night.
One thing I don’t like about masa stations in general is how they all sound the same: DJ’s with names that are as ridiculous as their supposed on-air “personalities”, playlists containing the same set of old yet overused songs from the last 3 decades getting played just about every hour day in and day out, and of course the giggling raksasas creeping in the background and stingers of women sexually hungry for an orgasm.
Sometimes, good things never last but are never forgotten. But in the case of DWKX’s latest incarnation, 103.5 Wow FM†, it is better left hanged out to dry and say good riddance to it completely. That’s how I felt upon learning the station is going to undergo rapid changes in a matter of at least a week. The Max FM listener in me is jumping in joy.
This is going to be the first time since I started listening to DWRT-FM four years ago that I may not have something to look forward to on the frequency’s Saturday programming. Thus, this is gonna be the first time in four years (since the days of Campus 99.5) that the station won’t be airing a weekend oldies program since the new management slotted such a retrospective programming on Wednesdays to compete against Wave 89.1’s Waveback Wednesdays and RX 93.1’s Monster’s Riot.