Flashback 8/23/13

Celebrating Detroit music with a Motown theme on tonights Flashback! Thanks to everyone who tuned in!

1. Heat Wave – Martha Reeves & The Vandellas

2. Down To Love Town – The Originals

3. Uptight (Everything’s Alright) – Stevie Wonder

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MSU Bikes brings new secure garages to campus

Living in Michigan, we have all faced the harsh weather conditions the seasons bring. MSU Bikes opened two enhanced security bike garages last week to help combat this problem and others for bicyclists on campus. Impact reporter Gabriela Saldivia visited the MSU bike shop located on Red Cedar Trail and heard from Tim Potter manager of the shop all about these new garages. Read More…

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The Basement – 8/22/13

Thank everyone for tuning in and thanks to Lights and Caves for coming in and hanging out with us tonight!

Be sure to check out the posting for The Basement Host here on the website.

Here’s tonight’s playlist:

Alaska – Where the Wild Things Are

Great Lakes Myth Society – Nightfall at Electric Park

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Accidental Blues Playlist 08/21/13

Tonight’s featured artist is Roomful Of Blues and it’s going to be a more than just one room full. There recently released album 45 Live will be on the table also. 45 years of Blues with Roomful of Blues tonight until midnight!

8:00 PM

Roomful Of Blues – Talkin’ To You Eye To Eye – Raisin’ A Ruckus

Sean Costello – Take Me Back – Call The Cops

The Bluescasters – Spin Club – Five Dimes

B.B. King – Chains And Things – The Ultimate Collection

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Shakey Graves – Roll the Bones

You don’t normally hear of a lot of original-sounding bands coming out of Austin, in fact Texas as a whole tends to follow the same twangy style of country lines. That was, until Shakey Graves. Instead of going the whole looping route that you see a lot of one-man bands doing, Shakey Graves decides to play everything at once. Using his guitar as both a bass and a main guitar line and each foot working a different percussive element, he’s able to establish a sound by himself many bands take at least three to achieve. Take a look at a live video for his song “Roll the Bones” courtesy of the Good Music Club. Read More…

City Pulse 8/21/13

This week, host Andy Balaskovitz interviews Nathan Triplett, East Lansing Mayor. they discuss the upcoming fall semester at Michigan State University and all the changes the city went through during the summer that students will hopefully enjoy. Later on the show Andy interviews Angie Mayeaux, executive director of Haven House in Lansing. they discuss the benefits the organization offers for families having a hard time finding housing and services. also on the show Andy talks with Walt Sorg, City Pulse Columnist.City_Pulse_8-21-13 2

St. Paul and the Broken Bones – Call Me

Not many big band/soul acts get to see the mainstream light of day anymore, so when one breaks out you know they have to be pretty darn good. As is the story of St. Paul and the Broken Bones. Bringing their southern blues-infused soul-soaked music around the country on their first country-wide tour, they’ve been setting the precedent for emotion-based performances. Check out the song “Call Me” off a currently untitled upcoming album below. Read More…

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