Happy Halloween Everyone! Thanks for tuning in to the Halloween-themed show tonight. Have fun and be safe!
Here’s tonight’s playlist:
Charlie Don’t Shake – Heaps of Dirt
The Distorted Waltz – Out for Blood
Artifact Lounge – Haunted
Tonight on Exposure, producer Gabriela Saldivia fills in for regular host Abbie Newton. On the show we talk to two women in the ROTC program at MSU, hear about romance tourism from an MSU professor and get an inside look at Affirmative Action. Impact reporter Spencer Ray also goes out in the field to bring back the Acapalooza 2013 experience. Read More…
LOVE X STEREO from Seoul, South Korea is currently on their first North American tour, rocking their way around the East Coast and Midwest, having already made stops at the CMJ Music Marathon and Indie Week Canada. Tonight they’ll be in Detroit with Tinder Tiger, St. Zita, and Young Punk:
Tuesday, Oct. 29th at Small’s in Hamtramck, Detroit
Sunday, Nov. 3rd at the Elbo Room in Chicago, IL
Monday, Nov. 4th at MOTR in Cincinnati, OH
Saturday, Nov. 9th at The Loft in Boston, MA
Sunday, Nov. 10th at McGann’s in Boston, MA
Drawing influences from from 1970s Korean psychedelic folk rock to 80s synth-pop, to 90s alternative rock and punk, Front woman Annie Ko recently spoke with Elise of the Asian Music Show about Love X Stereo’s current tour and the government shutdown, punk rock roots, and upcoming musical pilgrimage to Chicago to see where the Smashing Pumpkins used to hang out and play shows. Hear the full interview below. Read More…
Another edition of the Afterglow here on the Impact! Tonight’s playlist features an eclectric mash-up of genres from everything from trip-hop, jam, and minimal techno! Also, your host Devin will be giving away tickets to see The Polish Ambassador this Wednesday at The Intersection in Grand Rapids, and tickets to Claude VonStroke on Thursday, at Royal Oak Music Theater! Call in with your requests at 517-884-8989!
The Vibe is back in rare form, as DJ Riddle has new music from DJ Khaled, RA The Ruggedman, Ryan Hemsworth and more! Keep it locked right here to see all of tonight’s playlist, update live!
Kunck If You Buck – Crime Mob
Extra – 2 Chainz ft. Rich Homie Quan
Back That Thang Up – Juvenile ft. Big Timers and Lil Wayne
Blackball – DJ Khaled ft. Plies, Future and Ace Hood
2013 has been a busy year for the Doylestown, Pennsylvania natives in Balance and Composure. They’re in the spotlight of their scene, harnessing an honest and haunting sound that is hard to come by in today’s leading rock artists. Their newest full-length album, The Things We Think We’re Missing, reached number 51 on the Billboard charts when it was released in September, and that was followed up with a couple of tours of the country. They just finished a tour with another band from Pennsylvania called Title Fight, and they are heading towards the end of their run opening up for Coheed and Cambria. Before they opened up for Coheed in Grand Rapids on 10/26, I was able to sit down with their front man, Jon Simmons, to discuss some tour stories, the idea of emo music, their relationship with their producer Will Yip, Halloween and Breaking Bad.
Halloween is just a few days away and Torch & Twang is ready! Tonight, Eric will be spinning the spookiest, darkest, bloodiest and creepiest songs from the T&T library. Plus some goodies!
Link Wray- Rawhide- T&T Intro
Bobby Long- Blood in the Orchard- Wishbone
Brian Wright- Haunted- Rattle Their Chains
Steep Canyon Rangers- Graveyard Fields- Tell The Ones I Love
Lera Lynn- Wolf Like Me- Wolf Like Me Read More…
Tonight we’ve got an exclusive interview with Annie Ko of LOVE X STEREO from Seoul, South Korea. Love X Stereo is currently on their first North American tour, and they’ll be playing live in Detroit tomorrow night, at Small’s in Hamtramck. Doors are at 8 PM, music starts at 9 PM, and the show is 18+.
Love X Stereo – “Soul City (J-Path Remix)”
Verbal Jint – “Walking In The Rain (feat. Bumkey)”
Melt-Banana – “Candy Gun”
Zion.T – “Babay (feat. Gaeko of Dynamic Duo)”
Girls Generation – “Love & Girls”
Drunken Tiger, Yoon Mirae, Bizzy – “The Cure (Reggae Version)”
Coreyah – “검은새 / Black Bird”
Synth rockers LOVE X STEREO make music that can be dark, bright, and sometimes psychedelic. While the group’s roots are planted in the late 90s South Korean punk scene, they’re moving beyond the Hongdae neighborhood, and beyond South Korea to their first North American tour. Having already played at Indie Week Canada and CMJ Music Marathon, Love X Stereo is stopping in Detroit to play with some local like-minded experimental punks.
Hear the full interview on the Asian Music Show on Monday from 8 to 10 PM (interview at 9 PM). Frontwoman Annie Ko talks about the current tour, the band, the new GLOW EP, and their upcoming billing at next year’s South By Southwest Festival in Austin, Texas.
Thanks to everyone that tuned into Flashback this week and thanks y’all for callin’ in with your fav oldies! With music from Poison (pictured above), ZZ Top, The Whispers, and The Who, it made for a great start to the weekend. Check out the full set right here and don’t forget to tune in next week – Chelbucket has oldies Halloween music coming your way!
1. Roll Over Beethoven – Chuck Berry
2. Respect – Aretha Franklin
3. Papa Was A Rollin’ Stone – The Temptations