It’s a free for all as host Alex Sharg opens up the phone lines to sports nuts all around Michigan. Justin Abdelkader‘s suspension is argued, the Guererro Mayweather boxing match receives opinions, and the controversial first draft pick by the Detroit Lions on the Spartan Sportswrap.
¡Feliz Cinco De Mayo! As you may have heard Devin will be spending her summer on a study abroad trip and I am the lucky one who gets to take her place! My name is Alyssa and tonight I’m bringing you some of my favorite tracks to relax to with summer in mind. Playlist after the jump.
MCA is honored a year after his death and Chance The Rapper gets his time to shine for releasing Acid Rap this week. DJ Riddle spins new tracks by Chance, Earl Sweatshirt, Ghostface Killah, and more! Follow along with the playlist after the jump all night until Midnight!
After a musical career lasting two decades, Modest Mouse has become a household name in indie rock. As the Seattle-based band progressed through their six albums and six EPs, their sound has been refined to a point of contention. They’ve managed, however, to keep their trademark sound: simple, yet progressive instrumentation, delicate song structures, and off-kilter vocals. Check out a song that got little attention “Spitting Venom” off their 2009 album We Were Dead Before the Ship Even Sank below. Read More…
Tonight Mars hosts the Mayor of Jamtown, Co-Assistant-to-the-Video Director Jack Burk, the Legend Skotty Bell, and Rick Rubin! Follow along with the playlist live after the jump.
Impact 89FM’s Top Three DJ’s (Spring 2013 Semester)
Nick Abraham – AKA DJ Hyphy (Urban Dictionary – Hyphy: A way of living; hype; crunck; actin’ a fool; ignorant)
Nick’s positive goofy personality flawlessly shines through the mic every DJ shift he does. He’s very modest about his large array of music knowledge and doesn’t mind jamming out to Third Eye Blind in public. Read More…
On April 13th the MSU Alumni Association hosted its first Spartan Global Day of Service encouraging alumni to give back to their communities. With projects ranging from Lansing to Beijing, the Day of Service was the beginning of a renewed Spartan commitment to give back. Steven Rich reports.