Happy Easter, everyone! Whether you spent today studying, or getting a sugar buzz from all of that chocolate, I have the perfect playlist to get you settled back into the week! More after the jump!
The Weekly Wrap Collective is a recap of the week’s music news brought to you by the great people that make the station tick!
Food has always been very important to college students. These days, alternative options for meals such as food trucks have presented MSU students with more options than just the typical campus meal plan. Impact’s Alex Scharg reports on where students are getting their food.
DJ Riddle features some new tracks from Dayggs’ instrumental release, “Grey”, as well as some cuts off of Tyler, The Creator’s “Wolf”. Follow along live, and call into The Vibe at 517-884-8989, or tweet us at @WDBM!
With pedestrians, bikers and drivers all competing for space on MSU campus, accidents have become a common occurrence. Impact’s Carmen Scruggs has the story. Read More…
Washington, D.C-based Benjy Ferree plays an eclectic form of rock that changes from song to song on and album to album. Switching from straight-laced indie rock to back-country folk to simple-structured rock, he’ll always keep you guessing. When on a rock kick, he almost sounds like a Jack White impersonator with a Neutral Milk Hotel cover band playing behind him. Check out the odd video for his track “In the Countryside” off his debut album Leaving the Nest below. Read More…
Jamie Commons featured on the show tonight with his Rumble And Sway EP. We’ll be playing the hits until midnight as well as whatever blues your heart desires. Playing some neglected tunes from popular artists like Pinetop Perkins, Memphis Slim, and Son House.
Floyd Dixon – A Long Time Ago
Pinetop Perkins – Ida B
Memphis Slim – Jive Time Bounce