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Monday December 6th

WTSR New Noise

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This week, WTSR Music Director Brian Marino highlights some of the best new music that the College’s own radio station, 91.3 FM WTSR, puts into its weekly rotation.


Band Name: Hate Drugs


Album Name: Tsunami Soul II


Release Number: 1


Hailing From: California


Genre: Surf Pop Rock


Label: Young Tide Records


Tsunami Soul II is for your beach-day necessities. Whether it is a sunny or cloudy, count on Hate Drugs to pump it up with upbeat guitar riffs and smooth vocals. The lyrics help you understand what it would be like to have a literal tsunami soul, where the ocean calls your name. Each song gives you a different vibe. You’ll hear everything from an acoustic melancholy song to an upbeat head-banging melody. I recommend you play every song because it will guarantee a tune that will forever stay in your head.


Must Hear: “On My Own,” “Afterimage” and “Dizzy”


Band Name: The Aesthetics


Album Name: Beat This


Release Number: 4


Hailing From: San Francisco


Genre: Soft Rock


Label: Mountain House Recorders


Beat This is a conglomeration of all the moods one goes through in a day. It is filled with long melodies that add great color and variety. The driving and powerful bass paired with the forceful drum hits and slightly twangy guitar licks produce a collaboration of greatness. I can and will see myself listening to these songs anywhere from my bedroom floor to a long and winding car ride — the kind where you pretend you are in the movies.


Must Hear: “Thinking of You”




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