The Bronx (ironically based out of Los Angeles, California) are a five-piece American hardcore turned mariachi turned alt-punk band that has been destroying the underground hardcore and above ground Warped Tour scenes since their inception in 2002. The Bronx make the kind of high-energy rock that make you want to smash beers on your head and punch your father. Unless, of course, your listening to the band’s alter ego Mariachi El Bronx in which they channel their ire into the pep and festivity required of a great mariachi band. Be sure to check out The Bronx’s track “Young Bloods” off one of their four self-tilted albums below. Read More…
Happy Monday! New music tonight from Geeks, Seo In Young, Offroad and more! In K-pop news, K-POP STAR 3 will be holding auditions in America later this year, and are taking applications now. Here’s tonight’s playlist:
Geeks – “Getting On You (DJ Dopsh)”
CL – “나쁜 기집애 / The Baddest Female”
M-Tiful – “어떳게 웃어 / How Can I Smile”
Henmi – “바라지 않는 / Undesired Girl”
2BiC – “Lady Lady (feat. 79)”
OFFROAD – “HEAD BANGING”
Seo In Young – “너는 사랑이다 / You Are The Love”
Keep your universe in check with the one and only Afterglow! Playlist after the jump.
Michigan State University President Lou Anna K. Simon and Spartans Athletic Director Mark Hollis talk with MSU women’s basketball coach Suzy Merchant, and with Detroit Free Press Spartan Sports Beat writer Joe Rexrode. And all about MSU’s master gardener program. Scott Westerman shares his “I Am A Spartan” too. Read More…
British two-piece I Was A Cub Scout were only around for two years and only made one album, but left with us some awesome music. Equal parts post rock and synth pop, the band make loveable tunes that may not get stuck in your head, but will easily make you swoon. Check out the track “Echoes” off their only album I Want You To Know That There Is Always Hope below. Read More…
On tonight’s show, David DeFever and Zac Seyula of the Impact sports team are abound with NBA news. Miami Heat Vs. San Antonio Spurs re-cap and further playoff predictions, Denver Nugget’s loose George Karl to the Coach of the Year curse, and NBA draft predictions also on the agenda. Stanley Cup Playoffs are entering its final stages as the Chicago Blackhawks and Boston Bruins face off and the recent considerations for a safer professional hockey game.
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…
Today The Vibe celebrates Kanye West’s birthday, and touches on all of the other great things that happened in hip-hop this week. DJ Riddle also gives you new music from Chuck Inglish, 2 Chainz, ScHoolboy Q and more! Check out the playlist after the jump.
Thanks everyone for tuning in and thanks to Vandalay for coming in and hanging out tonight!
Here’s tonight’s playlist:
Irrelephant – Matador/Mariachi
The Blue Effect – What She Said
Canada – Madisonville, KY
Ribbons of Song – Everything Happens Now
Vandalay – Something Else
Tonight’s Accidental Blues are packed with classics from Muddy Waters to Howlin’ Wolf to Elmore James. Albert King’s Born Under A Bad Sign on tonight’s artist spotlight, newly remastered by Joe Tarantino at Stax Records.
B.B. King – Broken Promise
Buddy Guy – 7-11
Big James And The Chicago Playboys – All Your Love
Chicago Rhythm & Blues Kings – Poor Man