Impact 89FM

WDBM-FM 88.9 East Lansing, MI

Student Radio at Michigan State University

Alaska

The Basement – 12/5/13

That’s everyone for tuning in! Here’s tonight’s playlist:

Secret Grief – I’ll See You In Portland

The White Stripes – I’m Slowly Turning Into You

Brave Bird – Tired Enough

Eleanor Quigley – Out the Window Read More…

The Basement – 8/22/13

Thank everyone for tuning in and thanks to Lights and Caves for coming in and hanging out with us tonight!

Be sure to check out the posting for The Basement Host here on the website.

Here’s tonight’s playlist:

Alaska – Where the Wild Things Are

Great Lakes Myth Society – Nightfall at Electric Park

The Dead Bodies – The Orphan Song Read More…

The Basement – 6/13/13

Thanks all for tuning in! Here’s tonight’s playlist:

Pink Lightning – The Finder

The Skies Revolt – Germaine Throws It Up

The Second Guess – Washed Up Honey

Terrible Twos – A Word and A World

El Boxeo - New Science Read More…

Portugal. The Man – Purple Yellow Red and Blue

Wasilla, Alaska natives Portugal. The Man are back with their ninth studio album, and seeing as they’ve only been around for seven years, that’s pretty impressive. Bringing a new sound with each record, the new album Evil Friends did not seek to break this trend. The most experimental album yet, it may not stack up to the previous album In the Mountain In the Cloud, but it earns its own merit with a complicated mix of influences ranging from The Beatles to Caspian. Plus it was produced by DangerMouse, shouldn’t that be enough for you? Check out the song “Purple Yellow Red and Blue” below. Read More…

The Basement – 4/18/13

Big thanks to Vince Zydeck and The Plurals for stopping by tonight. Be sure to tune in next week when we have Honey Wild and The Distorted Watlz in the studio.

Here’s tonight’s playlist:

Wayne Szalinski – Sweetness

Honey Wild – Deadbeats

Last Night Saved My Life – Nosotros Read More…

Portugal. The Man – Bellies Are Full

The best thing to come out of Alaska since refined oil, Portugal. The Man is easily the hardest working band in the game right now. Until 2012, P.TM had released an album every year since their first album dropped in 2006.  Fans of songs such as “So American” or “People Say” might be surprised to learn that they haven’t always been the hippie dippy indie rockers we know and love. Check out the electro-infused psychedelic rock track “Bellies Are Full” off their second LP Church Mouth below. Read More…

 Scroll to top