Colin from The Vibe takes over Flashback this week and brings you some of the best blues tracks he can fit in two hours. From Art Blakely to Howlin’ Woof to Django Reinhardt, you won’t want to miss tonight’s special episode. Catch all this and more tonight and tune in next week for the return of Chelbucket! And follow the playlist below to keep up with the show! Read More…
Tonight from 8-midnight on the one and only Cultural Vibe DJ Spenny and Dj Cjax declare independence from main stream and major record labels. In response to the constant usurpation of their power, your favorite Impact hip-hop tag team is playing only independent artists for the entire four hours of their broadcast.
Also in celebration of Independence Day, they will be giving awaya pair of tickets to see Big Sean, Juicy J, Machine Gun Kelly and more at Common Ground Music Festival next week! Tune in to find out how to win and view the rules below! Read More…
Tonight on the Cultural Vibe, CJax and Spenny have a special treat. They will be giving away tickets to see Rittz tomorrow night! Tune in to find out the special trivia question in order to win. Spenny also talks to Raz Simone who will be opening tomorrow’s Rittz show at The Loft! Also don’t forget about their special Independence Day celebration next week which will include hours of independent artists and tickets to Common Ground Music Festival. The giveaway contest begins today. The rules to win are below. Read More…
Thanks for tuning into The Basement tonight with guest host Stacey Karl! The playlist ranged from MoTown favorites to current garage rock bands like Chit Chat and Protomartyr.
Wayne Szalinski – Atrophy for Lethargy
Dale Earnhardt Jr. Jr. – If You Didn’t See Me You Weren’t On The Dance Floor
The Marvelettes – Beechwood 4-5789
The Supremes – You Keep Me Hangin’ On
The Pleasure Seekers – What A Way To Die
The Kickstand Band – Still Thinking of You Tonight
Jamaican Queens – Water
Prussia – Bleeder
Zoos Of Berlin – Above The Air
Oblisk – Tunnel of Phoenix
Adult Film – Oliver Jett
Deadbeat Beat – stupid id
Flint Eastwood – Billy the Kid
Bad Indians – Haunted House
Growwing Pains – Bedwet
The Sunburns – Welcome To Jonestown
Pity Sex – Wind-Up
The People’s Temple – Handsome Nick
The Stooges – Down On The Street
Protomartyr – Come & See
The Spits – All I Want
Haunted Leather – The Heat Sits
Chit Chat – Undeath
Mexican Knives – Killer Snake
Death – Politicians In My Eyes
The Gories – Nitroglycerine
The White Stripes – I’m Finding Harder To Be A Gentleman
Tyvek – Scaling
MC5 – Looking At You
K9 Sniffies – The Mask
Human Eye – Gettin’ Mean
Tonight on The Cultural Vibe, Spenny interviews 16 The Icon and JMoney Tha Takeova. Both are local rappers and they will discuss their entrance into the rap game and share their insights on hip hop in the area and the state of the industry. Meanwhile, the countdown continues toward Cjax and Spenny’s July 5th post-Independence Day episode where they will play only independent artists and give away tickets to Lansing’s Common Ground Music Festival.
Follow our playlist below and use #VibinDirty on twitter to find out the latest info on the show you can’t get anywhere else!
Hey all. Thanks for tuning in to Kyle’s guest host of The Basement. No bands in tonight, but here’s tonight’s playlist:
Mike Mains & the Branches – Calm Down, Everything Is Fine
The Class Acts – Something Good
Lights & Caves – Manchy
Cheap Girls – Knock Me Over
The Hard Lessons – Wicked Man Read More…
Happy Father’s Day! Tonight on the Cultural Vibe Spenny Ray and Cjax interview Shinobi Ninja, kick it with A Tribe Called Quest, vibe with Chamillionaire and much more. Shinobi Ninja discusses playing SXSW, opening for George Clinton, and thrift shopping. If you have a thirst for cultured, musical, inter-generational Hip-Hop and R&B, look no further than tonight’s episode of the Vibe. Use #VibinDirty on twitter for the latest Vibe information. Follow our playlist below to keep up with the show!
This week, Host Steven Rich takes a deeper look into various cities in Michigan, addressing their successes and issues. Guests include members of the Michigan Municipal League, the Muskegon Convention and Visitors Bureau, the Director of the Flint Institute of Arts, a micro-distiller in Lansing and a community member in Muskegon, Linda Vines.
This week on The Basement we had some awesome bands come in and talk about upcoming albums and shows, including the young and talented Accidentals and the increasingly prominent folk-inspired Crane Wives. We also played alot of awesome stuff, from artists playing shows soon. The Playlist is listed below:
Salsa dancing has become popular in the Lansing area. In the last few years, more places are offering classes to teach the Latin dance. Impact’s Santiago Montiel danced his way through this story as he discovered salsa dancing in Michigan.