The world cup is this summer, Detroit City FC is breaking attendance records, and the Red Cedar Rowdies are making more noise than ever. Is soccer in North America on the rise? Quin Hoffman reports. Read More…
Four hours of the best Americana in Lansing! Tonight, Eric spins some newer tunes, as well as a few things that haven’t graced the Impact airwaves in some time.
Link Wray- Rawhide- T&T Intro
David Ramirez- Stick Around- Apologies
In the sixty-ish years rock music has been alive, it’s come a long way from the “Gee wiz, I love you to the point where I suppose I should sing a song about it” and “You broke up with me and I now have sadness as a result” lyrical binary. This modern age has bestowed new complexities (and complications) upon relationships and the rock genre alike. Ann Arbor natives Pity Sex are a band that have channeled these concepts in their first LP, Feast of Love, creating a record with music and lyrics that appeal to people in a super-specific type of relationship. Can you guess what type that might be? (Hint: the band is called Pity Sex.)
It’s time to let the Led out!! This week on Flashback, DJ Chelbucket is bringing you head-bangin’, face-meltin’ jams with the theme of rock and roll. Artists featured are Kiss, AC/DC, The Ramones, Led Zeppelin and more. Check out the set here:
Won’t Get Fooled Again – The Who
Kashmir – Led Zeppelin
Eminence Front – The Who
No More Mr. Nice Guy – Alice Cooper
The Song Remains The Same – Led Zeppelin
Tonight on Exposure, regular host Abbie Newton returns from a two and a half week trip to Peru where she ran 150 miles with the non-profit group Impossible2Possible. We feature a conversation with her and Producer Gabriela Saldivia about life now looking back on the trip. We also hear from professor Alan Arbogast about Geography Awareness Week and an event tomorrow night at the Wharton Center’s Pasant Theatre. Lastly, Impact reporter Quin Hoffman explores the popularity of soccer in the United States.
Tonight on the show, we’ve got new music from both Taeyang and T.O.P of Big Bang, a new single from ballad duo Davichi, and news regarding Psy’s “Gangnam Style”!
Taeyang – “링가링가 / Ringa Linga”
Psy – “Gangnam Style”
Davichi – “편지 / The Letter”
Epik High – “Don’t Hate Me”
Orange Caramel – “Lipstick (Japanese version)”
Roy Kim – “나만 따라와 / Follow Me”
T.O.P – “Doom Dada” Read More…
MSU Basketball may be #1 in the country this week, but The Vibe has been the best hip-hop college radio program since 1989! DJ Riddle is celebrating classic albums like Dre’s Chronic 2001, Hov’s The Black Album, and new music from Jhene Aiko plus more! Listen in online with the streaming link at the top right corner of the top right of the page.
The Next Episode – Dr. Dre ft. Snoop Dogg
Fuck The Police – N.W.A.
Stunt 101 – G-Unit
Acknowledging MSU Geography Awareness Week with department chair Alan Arbogast on the plethora of career opportunities open to today’s geography grads. Also, environmental artist Chris Jordan, David Ullrich on microplastics in our Great Lakes, tips for saving energy from Consumer’s Energy, and all about the MSU Kellogg Biological Station’s NSF GK-12 program. Read More…