British rockers Little Comets provide the energy of pop-punk with the warm, fuzzy feeling of indie rock, allowing for an attitude of relaxing excitement throughout both their albums. Recently signed to Columbia Records, they’ve been able to tour in support of Hockey among others and appearing in a British television advertisement. A band still in its infancy, be sure to keep your eye out for Little Comets. We think they’ll be hitting it big pretty soon. Check out their song “One Night In October” off their 2011 release In Search of Elusive Comets below. Read More…
DJ Riddle put together his best St. Patrick’s day playlist, gave away Macklemore tickets and talked current events on this weeks edition of THE VIBE. Listen live and follow along with the playlist after the jump, all night long!
Tim Bograkos and Todd Duckett talk about life after Spartan athletics (2000 national champion Spartan hoopster Andre Hutson will join Tim and Todd in future conversations). And MSU President Lou Anna Simon and Spartans athletic director Mark Hollis talk with another former Spartan athlete thriving in the community, Lauren Aitch. Russ White with MSU alumna and Easter Ann Peters’ Operation Cool author Jody Lamb. Read More…
Instead of giving a bunch of text to read, we’ll just give you the song and you can judge for yourself. Enjoy!
Happy St. Patrick’s Day everyone! I hope you had a safe and fun weekend, and didn’t have to work today and miss out on all the fun. Either way, weather you’re trying to relax from a busy day, or are trying to cure your hang over, these tunes are just for you.
If you’re interested in this playlist, hit me up at firstname.lastname@example.org and I can share it with you! It’s the 21st century! We can do that! Read More…
On Friday’s newscast: international news from Baghdad, newly elected Pope Francis, dangerous anti-biotic side affects, Detroit’s new Emergency Financial Manager, MSU mens Big Ten Basketball Tournament, local music concert update, weekend weather report and what MSU students are doing for St. Patrick’s Day. Read More…
I’ve been told not to meet my heroes. “Your heroes will disappoint you,” they say. “They won’t be heroic. They’ll be divas. They’ll be dull. Don’t do it, save that pristine image of how cool they are in your head!” Still, like a lot of good advice I’ve been given in my life – such as, “Don’t major in English,” and “Logan, get down from there!” – I chose to ignore it.
And, thank God, Travis Stever and Zach Cooper of Coheed and Cambria were some of the nicest, most gracious, and humblest dudes I’ve ever met.
Tonight we have Donald Kinsey on the show. You may know him as a member of The Wailers or The Kinsey Report. He’s stepping into the studio to chat and talk about a show Saturday at the Uli’s Haus of Rock! Chicago blues and new blues are on the menu tonight!
The Blues Brothers – Everybody Needs Somebody To Love
Big James & The Chicago Playboys – Trying To Live My Life Without You
Big Time Sarah – Train I Ride
Left Hand Frank – Blues Won’t Let Me Be