This week on City Pulse we hear from a variety of people talking about the Lansing Community including: Read More…
Check out our latest Spartan Session with Lansing-based Gifts or Creatures, who performed their song “Blind Pigs” in the basement of Hubbard Hall with us.
For all things Gifts or Creatures, check out their website, www.giftsorcreatures.com
Torch and Twang is back to bring you four great hours of the best Americana tunes in Lansing! Tonight, the show previews three great concerts for T&T fans, adds some new music to the library and takes your requests!
Link Wray- Rawhide- T&T Intro
He’s My Brother She’s My Sister- Electric Love- Nobody Dances In This Town
Ivan & Alyosha- Be Your Man- All The Times We Had
Holly Williams- The Highway- The Highway
The Show Ponies- Gone- We’re Not Lost Read More…
Tonight we’ll hear from some of the Korean Music Awards nominees, as well as some indie groups coming to North America in March for the SXSW Music Festival! We’ll also hear from Mayday 五月天, who will also be coming to America this March for their Now Here World Tour, and you can still get tickets to see them in Chicago at the Auditorium Theatre!
ICT is still accepting applications for their International Corporate Tour of China this summer! Students of all majors are welcome to join, and the trip will last two weeks from Hong Kong to Shanghai, find more information on the Broad College of Business website!
Mayday – “洋蔥 / Onion”
G.A.B (Gil & BoA) – “G.A.B”
Glen Check – “Pacific” (soundcloud)
San E – “어디서 잤어 / Where Did You Sleep Last (feat. Verbal Jint, Swings)”
Neon Bunny – “Long-D” (bandcamp)
G-Dragon – “삐닥하게 / Crooked”
4minute – “이름이 뭐예요? / What’s Your Name?”
A track from LA Trio Corners is our Jam of the Day today. The video for this one debuted just a few days ago and features So Cal skateboarding and Patrick Swayze. What’s not to love?
This week on Exposure, we explore the Winter 2014 Sochi Olympics. We cover everything from the history of the Olympics, its host city, the athletes of the current games, the history of Russia and the politics behind the Olympics. To help guide us, we have talked to experts, MSU students and professionals. Read More…
The Jam of the Day today is a song from the self-described “Spaghetti-Western cooked up in the ovens of Detroit,” Flint Eastwood. Be sure to see this band along with The Soil and the Sun and Kim Vi & the Siblings tomorrow night at Mac’s Bar for our 25th birthday show!
Today’s Jam of the Day comes from a band that we were fortunate enough to have do a Spartan Session with a few months back. More importantly, Kim Vi & The Siblings will be playing at our birthday show at Mac’s Bar on Thursday, February 20th! We’ll see you there!
As our 25th birthday approaches, we at the station have been asking ourselves, “What was playing on the mainstream airwaves in the weeks leading up to our debut in 1989?” After 10 minutes of fierce googling, we found the songs most frequent on the frequencies back 25 Februaries ago. Be warned; we never said it would be pretty (except for maybe in the case of Duran Duran).
Finally able to be heard from the radio, Sit or Spin was fun and sassy tonight. Thanks to all the callers, tweeters and listeners!
Ghost – Jeremy Messersmith: spin
New York Morning – Elbow: sit
Checked In – Cibbo Matto: spin
To Hold an Ocean – Snowmine: sit
Dark Dance – Kim Vi: spin
Badillac – together PANGEA: sit
Envy – Breton: spin
I Wanna Dance (But I Don’t Know Hot) – SKATERS: spin
Spooky Action At A Distance: spin
Rock and Roll – Andre Cymone: sit
Manners – New Mardrid: spin
Together – Sam Smith: spin
Lost Boys and Girls Club – Dum Dum Girls: sit
American Horror – Speedy Ortiz: spin
Unkinder (A Tougher Love) – Thumpers: spin