MSU Today 4/19/13

We celebrate Earth Day by focusing on Kirk Heinze’s Greening of the Great Lakes conversations.  Kirk chats with Rolling Stones keyboard player and conservationist Chuck Leavell, agriculture advocate and MSU Trustee Dianne Byrum, and Chasing Ice director Jeff Orlowski.  Then we hear about one of the planet’s largest Earth Day events, the MI Earth Day Fest, coming to downtown Rochester Michigan April 26-28. Read More…

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Rare Monk – Death By Proxy

Rare Monk are a melting pot of indie rock. Combining all different types of rock including, but not limited to soul, garage, indie, folk, and electronic. Like a broken down, raw version of Atlas Genius, the Portland-based five-piece have only been in the scene for a couple years. Often getting into fits of experimental, psychedelic rage, Rare Monk could be described as a mix between Surfer Blood and The Killers. Check out the song “Death By Proxy” off their 2013 album Sleep/Attack below. Read More…

The Basement – 4/18/13

Big thanks to Vince Zydeck and The Plurals for stopping by tonight. Be sure to tune in next week when we have Honey Wild and The Distorted Watlz in the studio.

Here’s tonight’s playlist:

Wayne Szalinski – Sweetness

Honey Wild – Deadbeats

Last Night Saved My Life – Nosotros Read More…

Accidental Blues Playlist 04/17/12

Tonight we spotlight John Primer and Bob Corritore as they join forces on the new album Knockin’ Around The Blues. In new blues news we have Charles Bradley’s newest single on the show and we rinse your Wednesday blues away with the only known cure: more blues! R.L. Burnside, Junior Kimbrough and more.

8:00 PM

Carey Bell – Lonesome Stranger

Bobby Rush – River’s Invitation

Buddy Guy – Man Of Many Worlds

Eddie Boyd – Come On Home

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Ramona Falls – The Space Between Lightning and Thunder

Formerly a side project of Menomena co-creator Brent Knopf, Ramona Falls has become the indie stylist’s current mainstay. Named after a waterfall near Mt. Hood, Ramona Falls creates the same stir of emotion Menomena does, but with a deeper, fuller sound. It sounds like Brent Knopf took his Menomena sound and met up with some of the guys from As Tall As Lions. As ambient, moody, and quirky as ever, Ramona Falls swells and swirls evoking a sense of serenity akin to that of the ocean. Check out the track “The Space Between Lightning and Thunder” off their 2012 album Prophet below. Read More…

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