Here is the latest update from the guitarist of Wayne Szalinksi, Andrew Adams! Check out the artists that have inspired his music.
A band that could only come out of California, Tera Melos seems to enjoy confusing the crap out of their listeners. Jazz-based math rock with elements of electronic and house music thrown in, they’re actually considered to be innovators of the math rock scene. The rhythmic structure of each song can only be characterized as “chaotic.” Guitar-tapping, start-and-stop dynamics, and the extreme use of guitar pedals and effects make Tera Melos one of the most interesting bands to watch live. You can actually catch them this weekend when they open for TTNG at The Magic Stick. Check out the track “New Chlorine” off their tamest album to date: 2013′s X’ed Out below. Read More…
Tonight, Torch and Twang brings you the best from the worlds of bluegrass, folk, alt. country, rockabilly and more! We also have a few ticket giveaways for y’all!
Link Wray- Rawhide- T&T Intro
JD McPherson- Scratching Circles- Signs & Signifiers
John Fullbright- Moving- From the Ground Up Read More…
Alex is joined this week by “Fino” and Brian Calloway from the Lansing State Journal as they discuss the NFL draft as well as Michigan sports. Also on this show, Alex discusses what the Detroit Tigers need to do to come back from their recent loss, the recent MSU Spartans spring game, and more here on the Spartan Sportswrap.
Tonight is host Abbie Newton’s last Exposure show for the spring semester but not to worry she will be back in the fall. To kick off her last show, Abbie interviews an MSU professor about Chasing Ice, a documentary on climate change that is coming to MSU. The president of the Associated Students of Michigan State University discusses the organization’s current situation. Impact’s Will Mianecki reports on Campus to Coast. An MSU alum calls in to the show to discuss her book. Impact reporter Carmen Scruggs explores the concept of ‘Ring by Spring’. And lastly, we hear about the Zombie invasion to MSU. Read More…
Providence, Rhode Island’s The Dear Hunter have been making a theatrical version of ambient hard rock since 2005. Musical mastermind Casey Crescenzo, along with his brother Nick, create a full, powerful sound spanning the spectrum of emotion. With a versatile arsenal of -driven storylines, each album has been a heroic tale of love and loss. The new album Migrant is their first concept-free album. Claiming to be the most honest album yet, it’s clearly pure experimentation at its best. Check out the music video for the new track “Whisper” off their 2013 album Migrant below. Read More…
Happy Earth Day! We’ll be celebrating late by playing part of the EARTH X HEART LIVE 2013 Concert featuring Taiwanese rock band MAYDAY and Japanese pop-rock band flumpool next week on Monday, April 29th from 9-10 PM. EARTH X HEART LIVE’s purpose is to raise awareness of environmental issues like marine and atmosphere pollution, and a portion of the proceeds will be donated to charity. If you are a fan of the Earth, Asian rock, or just good music, tune in!
Here’s the playlist from tonight’s show:
Jay Park – “좋아 / JOAH”
Ailee – “여인의 향기 / Scent of A Woman”
Psy – “Gentleman”
Davichi – “녹는 중 / Be Warmed (feat. Verbal Jint)”
G-Dragon – “미치GO / MichiGO”
Ga-In and Jo Hyungwoo – “Brunch”
M.I.B – “끄덕여줘! / Nod Along!”
Florida’s Look Mexico are the best band you’ve never heard of. After a series of lineup changes, they began putting out music in 2006. With elements of math rock, post rock, and alternative, Look Mexico provide a new and refreshing take on music with each song. Chaotic yet controlled drums carry the song through sporadic, off-kilter guitar lines and bright, crisp vocals. Though their style has changed over the years, each album and EP they put out offers something new. Plus, all their song titles are Vin Diesel quotes, so there’s that. Check out the track “Not On My Watch” off their 2006 release This Is Animal Music below. Read More…