VIDEO PREMIERE: Tycho – Artist Feature

You might disagree, but Scott Hansen, better known by Tycho, is in our opinion quite the interesting musician. We had the chance to sit down with him before his show at The Crofoot back in April. Also, this video will definitely prep you or fill the empty spot left in your head that’s dedicated for Electric Forest this weekend.

For more Tycho:
http://tychomusic.com/awake/
https://www.facebook.com/tychomusic
https://twitter.com/ISO50 

Pity Party Playlist – 6/25/2014

Pity Party Playlist – 6/25/2014

It’s lovely to be back! Here’s what you heard tonight:

Brave Bird- TMINUSGRANDGESTURE

Three Man Cannon – Wonderful Lungs

The Casket Lottery – Code Red

Special Explosion – Clotheslined

Aficionado – Everything Was Right

The Front Bottoms – 12 Feet Deep

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Torch & Twang 6/24/14

It’s a great show tonight featuring new music from Willie Nelson, the late Ray Price, and Stu Larson! Hang out to hear new and old artists alike.

**PLAYLIST


Tumbling Bones- Broken Things- Loving A Fool

The Infamous String Dusters- I’ll Get Away

Corb Lund- Hurtin’ Albertan- Counterfeit Blues

Jonah Tolchin- Mockingbird- Clover Lane

The Stray Birds- Loretta- Echo Sessions

Keb Mo- The Worst Is Yet To Come- Bluesamerica

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The Basement – 6/26/14

Thanks for tuning into The Basement tonight with guest host Stacey Karl! The playlist ranged from MoTown favorites to current garage rock bands like Chit Chat and Protomartyr.

 

Wayne Szalinski – Atrophy for Lethargy

Dale Earnhardt Jr. Jr. – If You Didn’t See Me You Weren’t On The Dance Floor

The Marvelettes – Beechwood 4-5789

The Supremes – You Keep Me Hangin’ On

The Pleasure Seekers – What A Way To Die

The Kickstand Band – Still Thinking of You Tonight

Jamaican Queens – Water

Prussia – Bleeder

Zoos Of Berlin – Above The Air

Oblisk – Tunnel of Phoenix

Adult Film – Oliver Jett

Deadbeat Beat – stupid id

Flint Eastwood – Billy the Kid

Bad Indians – Haunted House

Growwing Pains – Bedwet

The Sunburns – Welcome To Jonestown

Pity Sex – Wind-Up

The People’s Temple – Handsome Nick

The Stooges – Down On The Street

Protomartyr – Come & See

The Spits – All I Want

Haunted Leather – The Heat Sits

Chit Chat – Undeath

Mexican Knives – Killer Snake

Death – Politicians In My Eyes

The Gories – Nitroglycerine

The White Stripes – I’m Finding Harder To Be A Gentleman

Tyvek – Scaling

MC5 – Looking At You

K9 Sniffies – The Mask

Human Eye – Gettin’ Mean

Bleached – For The Feel

Bleached just released the A side to their new 7inch record that will be released September 16th on Dead Oceans. It’s called “For The Feel” and it’s going to be your new favorite song to cruise in your car with all the windows down. It’s upbeat, catchy and features a killer guitar solo which lands it in our spot as the Jam of the Day. If you missed it, last year we did an interview with Jennifer Clavin of Bleached that you can check out here!

Words by Stacey Karl

Photo by Natalie Neal

How To Dress Well – Face Again

How to Dress Well is taking over the airwaves with his sultry voice and intriguing beats. In “Face Again” Tom Krell’s voice perfectly syncs up with droning music as well as soulful melodies. Tom Krell isn’t afraid to press the envelope in studio as well as in music videos, this one especially since it depicts a ceremonial burial of some sort. Either way How to Dress is one of the artists to watch this year.

Words by Sami Leonardo

Exposure 6.24.14

To celebrate the official start of summer, Station Manager Gabriela Saldivia takes over to highlight some of the best features of the year. We revisit stories such as Adventures with Batman, Feminism Across Race, an interview with Lansing Jazz group, the Peter Nelson Quartet and much more.

Additionally, Reporter Carmen Scruggs spoke to MSU Assistant Professor and Climatologist, Nathan Moore about the mysterious El Niño and what to expect from it this year.

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Swans – Just a Little Boy (For Chester Burnett)

I was lucky enough to catch the experimental rock gods Swans at Saint Andrews Hall in Detroit Saturday night and they totally floored me. It was a completely out-of-body, cathartic experience for me and 2nd only maybe to seeing the Knife earlier this year in Chicago. They played all new material, but the song that stood out the most for me was the To Be Kind highlight, “Just a Little Boy (For Chester Burnett).” Watching Michael Gira command his entire band with angry thrashing while screaming “I’M JUST A LITTLE BOYYYYYY I NEED LOOOOOOOVE” was insane and made my brain feel like spaghetti. It’s one I’ll remember for a looooong time.

Words by Jacob Richards

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