Alex has news about the recent tragedy in Boston and is joined on the phone by an MSU student who ran in the marathon. Other sports are covered as well.
I have a great playlist compiled for you tonight, as well as some special announcements! More after the jump!
Tonight we’re gonna light the night on fire. Texas blues from the likes of Lightinin’ Hopkins, Stevie Ray Vaughan, and Johnny Winter. We’re going to keep the warm vibes going with our artists spotlight featuring the West Coast blues powerhouse the Mighty Mojo Prophets.
Floyd Dixon – You’re The Only One For Me
Big Three Trio – Wrinkles
Deanna Bogart – On And On And
Laura Rucker – Cryin’ The Blues
As of three weeks ago, there’s a new juggernaut in the indie rock scene. Young Man hails from Chicago by way of Minnesota and provides a smooth-sounding, percussion-based take on contemporary indie rock. With their debut album being released on March 27th, these up-and-comers are just starting out, but it sounds like they already have the suave know-how and passive energy of indie veterans. Check out the music video for their first single “In A Sense” off their 2013 debut album Beyond Was All Around Me below. Read More…
Yoni Wolf is known by many names. Why?, cLOUDDEAD, and Doseone are just a few of the acts that Wolf has attached his name to. The California-born alternative hip-hop purveyor has been known for making folk and indie rock-tinged hip-hop since 2004. Why? boasts a general eerie feeling, while mixing in inventive beats, imaginative lyrics, and Yoni Wolf’s trademark, Interpol-esque vocal twang. Four albums and three EPs in eight years (not to mention releases by his other projects) proves that Yoni Wolf is a busy man, and we’re all to gain from it. Check out the track “The Vowels, pt. Two” off their 2008 release Alopecia below. Read More…
DJ Riddle pays hommage to Proof and plays some new tracks from Jay-Z, Pusha T and more. Follow along after the jump with the playlist…live until Midnight!
This week we hear from top of the town winners Gretchen Whitmer, state senator, and the Soup Spoon Cafe, owned by Nick Gavriledes. We also listen to an interview with Roy Bourgeois concerning his advocacy of women in the Catholic church and later we listen to Ann Woiwode, Julie Powers, Scott Robbins, and Walt Sorg discuss a few environmental topics.
Clean Water Action is a national organization that promotes environmental awareness for the Great Lakes through canvassing in Michigan. Impact’s Michelle Feghali reports on the organization, their efforts to educate Michiganders and what MSU students can do.