Alison Koch "I am from Royal Oak, MI and am majoring in Public Relations with minors in Political Science and Event Management. My dad is a big music guy, so I've listened to a lot of different music over the years. He introduced me to Pink Floyd, which I still love today. Most of the music I listen to now are more indie, punk, or lo-fi." How long have you been volunteering at WIDR FM?
I just started this year, so since September. What is your most memorable moment at WIDR FM
Waking up isn’t my favorite task in life, and the myriad of time waster later, I’m back. During those 17 hours with the living, I try my darnedest to leave potential unharnessed, and listen to too much music, sometimes obsessing over one song each day. With these songs, something about them made me return again and again and again and again. 1. “Sumer” by Rostam from Half-Light Performed by Vampire Weekend’s Rostam Batmanglij as part of his solo work outside the band. Half-Li
Kirk Nicholson DJ KEN/Kirk Nicholson (whichever you prefer) has grown up with a love for obscure music. At age 13 he discovered the band Kansas and it's all been downhill from there. From the entire discography of Kansas to a wide array of synthpop, he enjoys just about every genre, though his favorite is probably indie rock or dream pop. How long have you been working with WIDR? I've been working with WIDR for about 5 weeks now. I recently hosted my third DJ session and have
When I first got my hands on the album, I thought the band was called Concordia. Who would make an album about “Happy Hollows”, I thought. While Concordia wasn’t a strange name for a group, I could hardly imagine an album written about bright, happy trees and the spaces between them. I placed the cd in the player and braced myself for what had to be some crazy post-rock about an arboretum theme park.Little did I know. It soon became very clear to me that this album was not ab