Asian Music Mondays 11/10/2014: Happy Pepero Day and Singles Day!

This week on Asian Music Mondays, we’re celebrating the Pepero Day, or the Single’s Day, a day of celebration for people who are single! It’s a popular holiday among young Chinese and Korean people. Your hosts Jessica and Lu bring you romantic and sad music about this holiday from Korea, China, Japan, Taiwan, Uzbekistan, India and beyond! We’ll hear from Twins, Park ShinHye, S.H.E, JUJU, Sardor Rakhimxon, Miss A and more! And we’ll tell you more about this special new-born holiday during the show.

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miss A / 미쓰에이 – “남자 없이 잘 살아 / I don’t need a man”
Lata Mangeshkar, Udit Narayan, Ishaan, Sonali Bhatawdekar, Manohar Shetty, Udhbav, Preetha Mazumdar – “Aankhen Khuli”
Show Luo 罗志祥 – “Chance Chance / 呛司呛司”
Evonne Hsu 许慧欣 – “Lonely Ballet / 孤单芭蕾”
Fish Leung 梁静茹 – “Happy Breakup / 分手快乐”
Terry Lin 林志炫 – “Single Love Song / 单身情歌”
U-KISS / 유키스 – “0330”
KARA – “Lupin”
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Afterglow 11/9

Forget your football blues with the warm sounds of the Afterglow! Every Sunday 9-11pm Sean spins the best electronic, downtempo, and other chill music. New music from Grouper at 10pm!

9pm

Don’t Stop – Brazilian Girls

Another Girl – Ekali

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11.7.14

Chelbucket usually features the best of the oldies but tonight she played some crappy classics….and brought you the worst of the oldies.  These songs are often overplayed, annoying, and just rub your Flashback host the wrong way – you can check out the entire set right here for music from Nickelback, Prince, and Barenaked Ladies.

With Arms Wide Open – Creed

Crash Into Me – Dave Matthews Band

Take A Chance On Me – ABBA

Karma Chameleon – Culture Club

Always Something There To Remind Me – Naked Eyes

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Midterm Election Wrap Up

By Aaron Martinez

This past Tuesday, voters lent their voices to deciding who should be elected to public offices in Michigan and around the country. In the days leading up to the election, pollsters around the country had virtually every state-level race in Michigan marked as a statistical dead heat. However once voters got to the booths on Election Day, the margins of victory proved to be much larger than anticipated. Read More…

New Music Dispatch 11.9.14

Tonight Michelle hosted solo on New Music Dispatch since Jacob was out sick (Jacob get well soon!) We played news songs from the best of the best on the college radio scene.

Forgive feat. Greta Kline by Porches

Dead Air by CHVRCHES

Exit Only By Deerhoof

Am Gone by Adult Jazz

Happy Idiot by TV On The Radio

Quartz by TV On The Radio*

Make You Better by The Decemberists

Texas Reznikoff by Mitski

Townie by Mitski

The Box by Damien Rice

Tribe by Theophulis London

* = host favorite of the week

The Vibe 11/08

So the Michigan State Spartans are going to take on the Ohio State Buckeyes? That’s cool. Know what goes great with Spartan Football? The best hip-hop and r&b around from MSU Student Radio. Tonight CJax goes Spenny-less and takes over the Impact airwaves solo for four hours from 8pm-midnight. Tune in to hear great songs from Big Sean, Schoolboy Q, Pusha T and more.

Feel free to call in to 517-884-8989 or tweet out a request using #VibinDirty to place a request. And as always, follow along with the playlist below! Read More…

MSU Today 11/7/14

Los Alamos National Lab scientist Paul Dixon on nuclear energy in the United States; Michigan International Speedway president Roger Curtis on MIS being honored by the Environmental Protection Agency for using “green” power to meet 100 percent of its electricity use; Cranbrook Institute of Science leader Michael Stafford; and the Pew Charitable Trusts Tom Swanson on increased renewable energy production and use in Michigan. Read More…

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