Flashback 5/9/14

Although Chelbucket was out of town this week, Flashback was still on and it was totally rockin’.  Check out the set for gems from Black Sabbath, Deep Purple, Cream, and more!

Sympathy For The Devil – The Rolling Stones

Detroit Rock City – Kiss

Home Sweet Home – Mötley Crue

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Weekday Wrap Up

It doesn’t matter that school is out. Weekdays are still a bummer. Here is what we’ve been listening to at the station to help you escape the oppression of fluorescent lights and mundane cubicles.

Assistant Video Director Dakota Johnston
I’ve been listening to a lot of stuff lately, but the song that comes to my head most is Sweet’s Little Willy. Oh and I’m digging the new tUnE-yArDs album.
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The Libertines – What Katie Did

In honor of their recently announced reunion, our Jam of the Day today comes from London lads The Libertines. Whether you already know this one or not, get ready to sing along with the catchy “shoop shoop shoop da lang da lang” hook.

Memorex Memories

Memorex Memories is a new segment where Impact staffers rediscover their own mix CDs and playlists from childhood, pre-teen, and teen years.

I like to think that my inner child is alive and kicking. I watch cartoons regularly. I read picture books about dinosaurs. I eat macaroni and cheese and chicken nuggets. Well, that last one is more of a financial thing at this point, but still, I take pride in how well I’ve preserved my sense of wonder and immaturity in the face of, you know, taxes and stuff. One thing has changed during my descent into this pre-death stage of life called adulthood, and that is my musical taste. In a little over a decade, I have gone from a clueless kid with a p2p service to working for a college radio station. Enough about me, though. You came here to take pleasure in a cringe-inducing assortment of music that a fourth grader thought was “wicked sick” ten years ago.

Let me give a little background to this mix CD. The year is 2003. George W had declared “Mission Accomplished” overseas, SARS was all the rage, and it took 3 days to download the latest Linkin Park single on Kazaa. Because all I ever really did was listen to my dad’s copy of AC/DC’s Back in Black, I used p2p for pop music, “rarities,” and sound bites from movies and TV shows. This is an explanation just as much as it is a warning.
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Dr. Dre – Still D.R.E.

You probably heard that Apple just bought rapper Dr. Dre’s Beats Electronics for $3.2 billion. If you haven’t…well…Apple bought Dr. Dre’s Beats Electronics for $3.2 billion. Today’s Jam of the Day is to remind everyone that, even though they say money changes people, the good doctor is Still D.R.E.

VIDEO PREMIERE: Vivalavam – “GA”

Some #tbt for ya’ll as we debut some video magic we made with Vivalavam, back when they were on campus when it was snowing! And no, this wasn’t like last week. It was like February.

Pity Party Playlist – 5/7/14

Pity Party Playlist – 5/7/14

The Please & Thank Yous – Stupid Question

Rainer Maria – Artificial Light

Christie Front Drive – Radio

Bravebird – Whittle Down the Days

Somos – Dead Wrong

Algernon Cadwallader – Spit Fountain

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Classixx – A Stranger Love (Salva Remix)

You’ve heard their debut LP Hanging Gardens. You’ve heard them remix acts like YACHT, Phoenix, and Mayer Hawthorne. What happens when the masters of remixed get remixed, though? Listen today’s Jam of the Day by Los Angeles DJ and producer Salva to find out!

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