Our blog staff writer Matt Karas recently got the chance to attend Mo Pop Festival, read his recap below.
I recently attended Mo Pop Festival in Detroit, MI. Mo Pop is an alternative music festival I enjoy because of its eclectic lineup and great performances from artists I know well and others I haven’t heard.… Read More
We had a lot to be thankful about last November thanks to the inaugural House of Creatives Music Festival which made waves with an incredible weekend of music, art, food, and fun.
This year, they are set to do it all again November 11th and 12th.… Read More
Though the summer solstice was just a week ago, for us college students, summer is halfway over. So before we have to get back to the real world, here is a playlist to help you enjoy the second half of your summer.… Read More
Sunday May 21st @6pm.
- Thunderclap Newman, Something in the Air
- Nina Simone, Trouble in Mind, and
- The Floating Men, Roll Down the Windows and Drive
On this episode of RadioActive we served up two brilliant (and ridiculously cool) academic brains who work tirelessly to understand the role of power in creating and maintaining suffering and inequality in our communities and society.… Read More
Fresh off a phenomenal Rolling Loud performance Denzel Curry has blessed us with a new release. Dropped on his Soundcloud two days ago Hate Goverment (demo) shows the Carol City natives left of field impulses on display with hard hitting industrial production provided by FNZ.… Read More
Sunday May 14th @6pm.
On this episode of RadioActive we looked to a different side of the world. Hong Kong. The Umbrella Movement. Collective Action. Continued Colonialism…. And the power of University Students.… Read More
Sunday May 7th, @6pm
- State Radio: Camilo
- Bad Religion: The Empire Strikes First
On this episode of RadioActive I was joined by a fan favourite Camilo Mejia, an anti-war activist and Iraq war deserter, to discuss his his work with Veterans for Peace and the Iraq Veterans Against the War and his role in the anti-war movement during and after the Iraq war.… Read More