Tonight on this edition of T&T we are sampling from the Goat Rodeo Sessions, a collaboration of Yo-yo Ma, Chris Thile among others. You don’t want to miss it! New music as always at 10.
Welcome to the very first episode of New Music Dispatch with your host Michelle Feghali joined by Jacob Richards.
This week we started the show with Death From Above 1979 and their new album The Physical World. After that we moved on to Bank’s new album, Goddess. We ended with Ritual in Repeat from Tennis.
Flashback celebrated the vocal talents of lovely ladies from all genres and eras on this fine Friday night. Check out the set for timeless tunes from some of the best female artists around, including the sassy Supremes.
Man! I Feel Like a Woman! – Shania Twain
You Keep Me Hanging On – The Supremes
Holiday – Madonna
Hot Stuff – Donna Summer
If I Ain’t Got You – Alicia Keys
Sabaton – Screaming Eagles
Angra – Winds of Destination
Control Denied – Consumed
Tonight we’re shining a light on Sugar + The Hi Lows, as well as my pal Jacob Montague’s newest album Northwinds. There will surely be some new music at 10, so stick around!
Scott H. Biram- Slow & Easy- Nothin’ But Blood
Haas Kowert Tice- Down the Hatch- You got this
Matt Harlan- Old Spanish Moss- Raven Hotel
Mia Dyson- That Sugar- Idyllwild
Shovels & Rope- When The Devil Is All Around- Swimmin’ Time
Pokey LaFarge- Central Time- Pokey LaFarge
Tonight we are sharing various types of Asian music! Listen to us as we played music from China, Korea, Japan, Taiwan, Filipino and beyond!
AKB48 – “Fortune Cookie in Love / 恋するフォーチュンクッキー”
Arashi 嵐- “Love So Sweet”
Buren Bayaer 布仁巴雅尔 – “The Seven Vowels / 七个母音”
ARASHI 嵐 – “Hometown / ふるさと”
C-Jax and Spenny have a hot line-up of hip-hop for you tonight! Our new music at 9pm features Rittz, Jeezy, The Bug and SlimKid3! Tune in at 8pm to midnight!
Good Ass Intro – Chance the Rapper
So Sick Stories – Ratking
Mac Lethal – Calm Down
pity party playlist – 9/10/14
the world is a beautiful place – ultimate steve
adventures – promise
the front bottoms – 12 feet deep
somos – dead wrong
balance and composure – reflection
algernon cadwallader – preservatives
cayetana – hot dad calendar
the cramps – garbageman (request)
the national – blank slate
basement – animal nitrate
annabel – always
This week, host Steven Rich talks with Krya Stephenson of the MSU Sexual Assault Crisis Intervention Team about what MSU is doing to step up and fight the problem of college sexual assault and rape.
We hear from MSU professor Crystal Farh about just how much a bad boss can make a work environment.
Amy Bonomi of the Department of Human Development and Family Studies helps us explore the long-term effect 50 Shades of Grey might be having on young girls.
And, Lindsay Brieschke talks about Alzheimer’s and Lansing’s annual walk to end the disease.