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‘Dear Coward on the Moon’ writer Carol Brandt interview

Larson Seaver, Executive News Producer

October 6, 2017


Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Radio, Shows

Listen to the full interview here!

PODCAST: Marquette Madness preview and volleyball discussion

PODCAST: Marquette Madness preview and volleyball discussion

Andrew Goldstein, Sports Content Executive

October 6, 2017


Filed under Men's Basketball, Podcasts, Radio Sports, Sports, Volleyball

Host Connor Basch and guest Andrew Goldstein break down this year's Marquette Madness, including what you can expect from the three-point contest and the scrimmages. Plus, the guys break down volleyball's big win. Wire Sports Weekly is now on iTunes. Click the link to subscribe and get a brand new episode delivered to your devices of choice every week....

AJR preps for Marquette concert

AJR preps for Marquette concert

Brendan Attey, Arts and Entertainment Reporter

October 5, 2017


Filed under Artist Interview, Arts & Entertainment, Featured, Music Reviews, Podcasts, Radio, Wire Featured

Currently, their focus is their first visit to Marquette and promoting their recently released second album, “The Click." Marquette Radio had the chance to speak with ground member Adam, who explained what it was he felt separated this project from their debut album, “Living Room."

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New Music Monday: Michael Stearns

New Music Monday: Michael Stearns

GM Powell, Music Director

October 2, 2017


Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Radio, Shows

New Music Monday kicked off their season this past week with Marquette's own Michael Stearns. Check out Michael's music below: https://soundcloud.com/michaelstearns...

With Mosh Pits, Spit Fits, Screaming Females Tears It Up

With Mosh Pits, Spit Fits, Screaming Females Tears It Up

GM Powell, Music Director

October 2, 2017


Filed under Artist Live, Arts & Entertainment, Concert Review, Music Reviews, Radio

Have you ever been to a concert that changed your outlook on life? Until yesterday, I couldn’t say I had. After traveling nearly two hours to the Brauerhouse in Lombard, Illinois, I thought, "This show had better make my night." It did me one better. The show started Chicago natives Rad Payoff,...

Show of the Week: Faith@Marquette

Show of the Week: Faith@Marquette

Kennedy Perkins, Assistant Publicist

October 2, 2017


Filed under Featured, Radio

For the very first Show of the Week this semester, Marquette Radio is excited to feature Faith@Marquette. It is a thought provoking talk show hosted by Father Nathaniel Ogden Kidd. Each week, Father Nathaniel hosts guests from around campus to get their insight on how faith and beliefs are connected...

Liz Cooper & the Stampede: Answering the Questions that Matter

Liz Cooper & the Stampede: Answering the Questions that Matter

Jimmy Drenovsky, Radio Assistant General Manager

October 1, 2017


Filed under Artist Interview, Arts & Entertainment, Featured, MUTV, Radio

Hailing from Nashville, Tennessee, Liz Cooper & the Stampede are a three-piece unit that make breathtaking ambient-rock tunes. They’ve been riding a wave of exposure since releasing their first Audiotree session in October of 2016. With a full-length album yet to be released, the session has served as a proving gr...

PODCAST: Men’s soccer’s season is hanging by a thread

PODCAST: Men’s soccer’s season is hanging by a thread

Connor Basch, Audio Producer

September 29, 2017


Filed under Men's Soccer, Podcasts, Radio Sports, Sports

This week, Connor Basch has men's soccer beat writer Brendan Ploen on the show to talk about why men's soccer is 1-6-1 and what the team needs to do to break out of it against a top 20 Georgetown team this weekend.

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Hi-ker: Answering the Questions that Matter

Hi-ker: Answering the Questions that Matter

Jimmy Drenovsky, Radio Assistant General Manager

September 29, 2017


Filed under Artist Interview, Arts & Entertainment, Entertainment, Featured, MUTV, Radio

Originality can be difficult to find in today’s increasingly diverse music industry. It sometimes could seem that every nook and cranny of musical expression may have finally been explored; a quick look to the young Grand Rapids, Michigan, trio Hi-ker will make you reconsider that thought. Adopting...

Behind the scenes of “Working”

Behind the scenes of “Working”

Nicholas Cordonnier, Audio Content Director

September 29, 2017


Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Radio

Marquette Theatre opens their 2017-'18 season Thursday, September 28th with "Working," a musical chronicling the lives of several different American workers. In the podcast above, actors Nadja Simmonds and Anna Otto provide some insight into what it takes to put on such a unique show. "Working" runs Thursda...

Campdogzz: Answering Questions that Matter

Campdogzz: Answering Questions that Matter

Jimmy Drenovsky, Radio Assistant General Manager

September 26, 2017


Filed under Artist Interview, Arts & Entertainment, Featured, Radio

Chicago based indie-rock band Campdogzz released their debut full-length album, "Riders in the Hills of Dying Heaven," in 2015. Their music often weaves guitar harmonies with cataclysmic rhythm sections and lead singer, Jess Price’s, emotive vocals. Given the subject matter of many of their songs, when ...

Audiotree Music Festival 2017: A Real Tree-t

Audiotree Music Festival 2017: A Real Tree-t

Jimmy Drenovsky, Radio Assistant General Manager

September 25, 2017


Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Concert Review, Featured, Music Reviews, Radio

Most people don’t think of Kalamazoo, Michigan, when they think of music. I’d be willing to bet most people don’t even think of Kalamazoo when they think of Audiotree. The session-streaming giant of the indie music world has been creating live sessions at their Chicago studio for years. The...