DJ Spotlight of the Week: Logan Juncaj


Paige Drob, Airstaff Training Director

Logan Juncaj is an incredibly active participant here at Impact 89fm. He has written numerous articles with the Entertainment Team about various topics such as music history, albums, movie soundtracks. He works behind the scenes in broadcasting as an Audio Team volunteer where he helps set up Basement performances and helps create the bumpers you hear on air! You can hear him as DJ Fireside every Tuesday from 2-4 pm, bringing you all the music that matters!


Where are you from?

Royal Oak, MI


Favorite song/album of 2022/2023 

My favorite album of 2022 is Hellfire by Black Midi.


What made you decide to join The IMPACT and become a DJ?

I am very passionate about music and I thought that being a radio DJ would be very interesting. 


What has been your best on-air experience?

I really enjoy when people call or text with requests for me to play on air. I really enjoy knowing that I have people listening and engaging with me during my radio shift and often times they’ll refer to me as my DJ name which I think is pretty cool.


What is the best concert experience you have had? Why? 

The best concert experience that I have ever had was seeing English Beat. They are just a really great, classic ska band and it was cool to see them live. Also, Jay Navarro and The Traitors opened for them which is another really great ska band and their lead singer Jay Navarro is apart of one of my favorite ska-punk bands, the Suicide Machines. Another amazing concert experience that I had was seeing Danny and The Stools. Even if it wasn’t with The Gories, it was still a really great experience to see Danny Kroha perform alive. 


How do you think working in radio will affect your future career and life?

Working in radio has definitely been one of the highlights of my time at MSU so far. I believe that it can help with my public speaking skills and quick-thinking which would translate well into any career.


Favorite Dining Hall? 



Campus Squirrels or Campus Ducks?

Easily campus squirrels. I love those little fat guys even though they never want to stay still so I can get a picture of them.


Plan a dinner in East Lansing with any person dead or alive. Who would it be? Where would you go?

I would have to choose Jim Morrison. He was extremely intelligent and one of the greatest frontmen in rock history. Jim Morrison was a poetic lyricist and I feel that he would be very interesting to have a conversation with. I would take him to Barrio and we could talk while eating tacos.


What is your comfort TV show?

My comfort TV show is Naruto.It’s one of the greatest anime of all time and it just evokes such strong memories of my childhood. 


Favorite College Memory?

My favorite college memory so far would probably be at the first football game of the season. I had gone to the football game and ended up meeting up with some friends who got there early so we ended up getting some of the closest seats. Our team defeated Western Michigan by a large margin, and it was just a great time