The KSDB McCain Studio and listeners were graced with the live performance from singer-songwriter Hannah Norris on April 10. Norris hails from Hays, Kansas and is just 16 years. The day after she performed for KSDB, Norris was attending her high school’s prom. During the live performance, she played songs from her new album, Red Winter, and from her 2014 Heartland E.P. To hear more from Hannah Norris you can check out her bandcamp page or on youtube.
9.19 things to mumble in your sleep this weekend
#1 King of Clubs killed by Iraqi Forces
Iraqi forces are claiming to have killed a man who was in Saddam Hussein’s leadership circle. Izzat Ibrahim al-Douri is the King of Clubs in a pack of playing cards that U.S. troops were issued so they would recognize the most wanted officials of Hussein’s regime.
#2 Welfare Woes
Kansas recently passed a law which tightened restrictions on what people receiving cash-assistance could buy. They are no longer allowed to buy alcohol, tobacco, movie or concert tickets, and lingerie among other things.
“I have a blast when I am on air. But my favorite thing about working at the station is being able to host and produce Wildcat World of Sports,” Alex Achten, a senior in Journalism and Mass Communications said.
At the Wildcat 91.9, Achten is the host and producer of Wildcat World of Sports on Fridays from 6:00 to 7:00 p.m. He also does play-by-play and color commentary for the KSDB Sports Staff, and DJs on Wednesdays from 5:00 to 6:00 p.m.
“The show has been such a blessing to me and I get so excited every week to get on air with my co-host, Bill Gurney, and talk all things K-State sports,” Achten said. “I have got to interview some K-State athletes and coaches with phenomenal characters. That is a blast. I have made friends with athletes and professionals throughout the journey. The show has opened so many doors and been way more successful than I ever imagined.”
Before you read the rest of this review I’d like you to do me a favor. Somehow get access to the song “Deathcamp”, put it on whatever mobile musical device you use, walk anywhere with the volume up, and try not to pretend you’re walking away from an explosion.
Tyler the Creator’s previous album, Wolf, features more than one track that I would consider to be among my favorite hip hop songs of all time. It was constantly swinging back and forth between deeply personal tracks, such as “48” and “Answer,” to wildly angry and violent tracks, like “Pigs” and “Thrashwang.” All of the songs on Wolf were fantastic in their own right, but never could perfectly meld together. Cohesively, it didn’t work as well as when listened to full than it did when listening to a couple of songs at a time. Regardless, I absolutely loved it.
When you play the first track to Tyler the Creator’s newest album, Cherry Bomb, you are immediately confronted by a track that sets the tone for the rest of the album. The distorted pounding beat of “Deathcamp” coupled with Tyler’s boastful, furious lyrics sets the scene for everything else that is to come.