Closure In Moscow – Kissing Cousins

Progressive Rock band Closure In Moscow formed in 2006 in Melbourne, Australia. Described as a “catchy, yet melodic brand of progressive, avant-garde rock,” the band creates a heavy-sounding, quickly-paced sound often compared to early Saosin, Chiodos, or Coheed and Cambria. The band has been touted for their technical and complex guitar and drums work, with vocals flowing airily overhead. With only one EP and one album under their belt (another is expected later this year), Closure In Moscow have nowhere to go but up. Check out their song “Kissing Families” off their 2009 album First Temple below. Read More…

City Pulse – 05/08/13

On this week’s show state representative Timothy Muffitt talks about a renewed contract with the Lansing Symphony Orchestra. A panel discussion regarding marijuana decriminalization takes place between state representative Jeff Erwin, drug addiction psychiatrist Dr. John Baker, and Kim Thalison with the Ingham Substance Abuse Coalition. Climate change and political affiliation with Aaron McCright as well. Read More…

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Accidental Blues Playlist 05/08/13

Tonight on the blues, Eddie Burns, John Lee Hooker, and other artists bluesin’ it up from Detroit. Get Up!, the new album collaboration from Ben Harper and Charlie Musselwhite will be on the artist spotlight.

8:00 PM

Cash Box Kings – That’s My Gal

Baby Face Leroy – My Head Can’t Rest Anymore

Albert King – Calling On My Darling

Nick Curran and the Nitelifes – Beautiful Girl

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Afterglow 5/12

Whether you’ve spent the day bragging about how awesome the mom’s in your life are or you are dreading the summer classes that are quickly approaching, unwind with these chill tracks! Playlist going up live below! Read More…

MSU Today 5/10/13

Spartan Dawgs Tim Bograkos, Todd Duckett, and Andre Hutson talk about sports nutrition and fitness with their guests from MSU SNAPP – Spartan Nutrition and Performance Program.  Then Kirk Heinze talks with the founder and CEO of Citizens for Affordable Energy John Hofmeister, who shares his vision for a new American energy renaissance built on abundant, affordable energy.  Scott Westerman’s Career Quick Reference, too, and MSU alumna Jody Lamb. Read More…

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The Basement – 5/9/13

Special thanks to Delicious Bass for hanging out with us tonight. Be sure to tune in next week when The Class Acts will be with us.

Here’s tonight’s playlist:

Blue Eyed Sun – Rocco’s Song

Delightfuls – Eventually the Present Is Past

Fawn – Hip Parade

Delicious Bass – Stay

Delicious Bass – Locomotive

Delicious Bass – By My Side

Delicious Bass – Saturday

Delicious Bass – Past or Present

Delicious Bass – The Wind

Cities and Saints – Save Us

Bennett – Wait For Me Brother

Loch Ness & Other Monsters – Anchors Away

Dali Rocket – Hold On

Breathe Owl Breathe – Icy Cave Dancers

The Decks – L’enfant

Nathan K – Ghosts

Elliot Street Lunatic – Maps

The Class Acts – Something Good

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