Host Steven Rich discusses what happens after the undergrad fun ends with experts Dr. Phil Gardner, Executive Director of the MSU Career Services Network and Director of the Collegiate Employment Research Institute, Charles Ballard, Professor of Economics at MSU, and recent graduate Hannah Duke. Reporter Carmen Scruggs focuses on the value of an unpaid internship and whether or not students are being taken advantage of.
Music Director, Michelle Feghali, interviews lead singer Jon Simmons of Balance and Composure. Listen to hear her ask him about touring with Manchester Orchestra, the recording of their latest album, and what that weird cat they post online is all about.
The panel welcomes a new producer as well as a host of heated debate topics to dig into this week.
The Pact lost the first and only producer of the show, Lou Divizio, as he moved up in the world. Jonathan Yales, takes over to lead the second generation of the show to new heights.
This week’s show began again with guest reporter, Zac Sweirad, to discuss the outcome of the MSU baseball’s season and the Big Ten Tournament in Omaha, Neb.
Zac sticks around for a heated debate on the Detroit Tiger’s 1-6 week and if anyone should worry about the seven-game slump by the second place Tigers.
The panel rounds out the show with a quick discussion on the NBA playoffs and who we see reaching and winning the Larry O’Brien Championship Trophy.
It was the dude edition of Sit or Spin tonight. We heard new songs from Conor Oberst, Popstrangers, and The Pains of Being Pure at Heart. The boys definitely weren’t vibin’ to the new Coldplay but that’s cool ’cause we still had a good time.
Mad Men by Herzog : spin
Dig Up The Sunset by Modern Rivals : spin
The Company Man by Lee Bains III & The Glory Fires : spin
Kick by Conor Oberst : spin
Country Kills by Popstrangers : spin
Good Complexion by Tobacco : spin
Xtalk by Hundred Waters : spin
Future Husbands Past Lives by White Sea : sit
Ink by Coldplay : sit
Triangle by Badbadnotgood : sit daytime / spin for afterglow
Monsters by The Capsules : sit
Basements by Future Death : spin
Pitch Black by Pujol : spin
Simple and Sure by The Pains of Being Pure at Heart : spin
Work the Middle by Cherub : spin
Flashback spins for you all the tracks from back in the day to kick-start your weekend, taking you back to the good ‘ol days and hopefully making you feel as good as the Isley Brothers look
A big thank you to all the listeners and to the callers that shared their memories and requests! Check out Chelbucket’s set from this fine night, right here:
Black Betty – Ram Jam
Do Wah Diddy Diddy – Manfred Mann
Need You Tonight – INXS
Real Wild Child – Iggy Pop
Shout – The Isley Brothers
Happy Memorial Day! Tonight on AMM, join Lu and Elise for an Asian music dance party! Hear some of the best dance songs from Korea, Taiwan, India, Japan, and even Lebanon!
T-ara – “Bo Beep Bo Beep” (Cat Dance)
G-Dragon – “미치GO / MICHIGO”
Miss A – “Bad Girl Good Girl”
Girls Generation – “소원을 말해봐 / Tell Me Your Wish” (Shuttlecock Dance)
Sistar – “Give It To Me”
NEWS – “太陽のナミダ / Tears of the Sun”
Jolin Tsai 蔡依林 – “舞孃 / Dancing Diva” Read More…
Tonight on the Afterglow new host DJ Ascott will be taking over the airwaves. With the beautiful weather in mind tonight will feature some more upbeat tracks without sacrificing the ambiance you look forward to! Playlist coming at you live! Read More…
C-Jax and Spenny are your source for great hip-hop from 8pm to midnight. They also will bring some slow jams and throwback rap from many eras. Stay tuned for new music at 9 as they bring you hot new hip-hop tracks from Cassius, Yo Gotti and The Roots! The 10 o’clock hour will feature a live over the phone interview with Freeway and will also be giving away tickets to his show! He has worked with many greats in rap like Jay-Z, 50-Cent and Lil Wayne so tune in! Scroll down for the interview with Freeway!
Grocery Lists – Sidewalk Chalk
Drunk and Hot Girls – Kanye West feat. Mos Def
Gauteng – Aheru
What We Do – Freeway feat. Jay Z