By WMSC Radio WMSC interviewed Soledad O’Brien, her long-time executive producer Rose Arce, and academy award winner Geeta Gandbhir about their documentary “Hungry to Learn”. The film follows four college students (two of them are MSU students). The statistics are shocking! The film premieres at DOC NYC Fest this weekend and I am taking a […]
By Ryan Breyta On Monday, November 4th, Carlos Beltran was officially named the New York Mets 22nd manager of their club history. Beltran is the first Latino to become a head coach not only for the Mets but for any team in New York. The Mets took their time with the managerial process because they […]
By Sabrina Hajsok A one hundred percent energy-efficient home was created by a group of former college students in Africa. The two-week-long project started with six eager young adults and grew to have as many as forty people involved. They called themselves Jua Jamii. They were inspired to create and construct an environmental-friendly structure after […]
By Lee Ben-Hakoon Angel Olsen’s second show of her All Mirrors tour leg took place in Asbury Lanes, an uber cool bowling alley/diner/concert venue in South Jersey. Warming up for Angel was Vagabon, a Cameroonian-American softly spoken artist with a powerful singing voice. Her beautiful blend of indie, alternative, and synth genres blended beautifully together, […]
By Sydney Williams I got the chance to see Wicked Divas at The Avenel Performing Arts Center on Friday, October 25! The venue is only a few months old in the area of Avenel, New Jersey, so I was very excited to see the performance space. This musical showcase featured Ai Mauzey and Dee Roscioli […]
By Gary Brown In the third studio album from R&B artist BJ the Chicago Kid, we hear the artist maturing his sound while continuing to maintain the same boyish personality and goofiness that his fans have heard since his debut effort, Pine-Apple Now-Laters in 2012. Although the artist has not had any major mainstream success […]
By Evan Dekens With a title like House of Sugar, it’s no surprise that (Sandy) Alex G’s new record, like much of his previous albums, lingers on the concept of consumption and pleasure. The allusions to the story of Hansel and Gretel, notable in the song “Gretel”, gesture at the revised compulsions of the fairy […]
By Gary Brown On Danny Brown’s fifth studio album, “unknowhatimsayin?”, we get to hear a side of Danny Brown that was seen in small bits on his previous efforts, “Atrocity Exhibition” and “Old”. Instead of 1 or 2 songs that are lighthearted and comical, we get 11 songs, giving us an album unlike anything he […]
By Sam Delgado Born out of grateful dead cover band Richard Pictures, Mountain Brews released their bite sized self-titled EP in June this year. John Pullman “Jake” Longstreth, Jr., Richard Pictures’s guitarist, formed Mountain Brews as its frontman and promoted the Mountain Brews EP release on the beats1 radio show Time Crisis, which […]
By Kyle Pepitone Metalcore band Motionless In White (often shortened to MIW) released their fifth studio album, Disguise, this summer on June 7th and it only gets better with each listen. Although some tracks on the band’s previous album, Graveyard Shift, addressed topics about being who you were meant to be, Disguise as a whole focuses […]
By Sam Delgado I was first blessed by the rich soulful vocals of Brittany Howard in my freshman year of high school. Alabama Shakes’s album Sound & Color revealed a world of new and exciting sounds that I wasn’t getting from repeatedly listening to Fall Out Boy and Panic! at the Disco; Alabama […]
By Sam Carliner On October 16, 2019, I saw Spellling at Trans-Pecos. This was a PopGun Presents show. I loved the venue for this show because it was very intimate, with a low to the ground stage and potted plants everywhere. All three artists who performed that night hung out in the crowd. I had […]
By Pete Zezas Critical Battery Failure at International Spacestation 1st All-female spacewalk must be moved up to save the day The first women-only spacewalk will now take place on Thursday or Friday rather than the following Monday. In more than half a century of spacewalking this will be a first for a trip specially reserved […]
By Stephen Rumbolo October 17, 2019 Early in the morning on October 17th, 2019, famed civil rights activist and member of the House of Representatives, Elijah Cummings passed away due to “complications concerning long-standing health challenges” according to a statement made by the late representatives’ office. Cummings, who had represented the city of Baltimore since […]
By Cathryn Pace Tri-State Hockey Preview The 2019-2020 season in the National Hockey League should be an interesting one for the tristate area. The New York Islanders started their season off on Friday October 4th against the Washington Capitals. The Isles are coming back from an upsetting previous season. Last year the Islanders lost their […]
By Drew Mumich Montclair State University Kicks off a Lecture Series Celebrating the 50 year Anniversary of Apollo 11 The moon, the most prominent figure filling up the night sky since the beginning of time. Myths made about it, philosophers created theories over it. Through these years it has created the curiosity of all mankind. […]
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE October 2nd, 2019 Contact: Anabella Poland email@example.com WMSC ANNOUNCES 30-HOUR LIVE MARATHON FOR 2019 COLLEGE RADIO DAY WMSC FM, Montclair State University’s campus […]
By 90.3 WMSC FM Facing a monster deadline, the WMSC FM staff and crew are locked out of their studios (a recurring problem due to a moody lock system). In an effort to gain access to the studios for the 30-hour College Radio Day marathon, Pat Cicchetti must reach his former Morning Buzz co-host and […]
By 90.3 WMSC FM Take a listen to our interview with the Black Keys for College Radio Day on October 4th, 2019!
By Peter Zezas Hundreds of Thousands are Marching Across the Globe for Climate Change Greta Thunberg fights for passion throughout all generations regarding the climate movement After speaking with Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau following a rally in Montreal, Swedish teenager Greta Thunberg’s words lead the fight for climate change. More than 100,000 […]
By Campbell Donovan Many NHL teams would say that they had a great offseason, but people, in particular, think one team overall had the best offseason. That team is the New Jersey Devils, yes the Devils. New Jersey general manager Ray Shero was on his “A” game this past summer, acquiring young and veteran talent […]
WMSC FM Announces New Podcast “Counseling Outside the Lynes” MONTCLAIR, September, 9th, 2019— WMSC FM, the voice of Montclair State announces the launch of a new podcast. “Counseling Outside the Lynes”, is a podcast about supporting and encouraging growth in today’s children, and it seeks to help parents navigate through common social, emotional and behavioral issues […]
By Mike Stringham I went to see Joyce Manor at The Stone Pony (thanks for the tickets!) on Saturday, August 17th. This is the first time I had seen them since they released their album Cody in 2016. Asbury Park has a bunch of venues, but the worst part about that area is the parking […]
90.3 WMSC Radio Presents The End of Summer Shore Extravaganza 90.3FM WMSC TO LIVE BROADCAST FROM SEASIDE HEIGHTS, NEW JERSEY Montclair State University students will celebrate the end of summer with a live radio broadcast on Wednesday, August 28th, 2019 from 1-4 p.m. in Seaside Heights, NJ. Hosted by Station Manager Hiral Patel, Assistant Program […]
By Alyssa Salvato On Friday, August 16th at The Avenel Performing Arts Center LaKisha Jones performed the show To Whitney, with Love and luckily I was there to see it. LaKisha Jones is most notibly known for her appearance on the 2007 American Idol which after coming in fourth place she toured on the Idols […]
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By Jesper Horsted The stars aligned and I was by chance going to be in New York at the same time as my favorite band, Surfaces, in their first concert out of their home state. Unfortunately, the show was long sold out. After many attempts to find tickets, including long Ticketmaster phone calls and going […]
\By Jack Barteck The New York Mets made headlines this offseason thanks to some intriguing moves. Which includes but is not limited to bringing in former agent Brodie Van Waganen as general manager. One of his first moves in his position was to ship a package including two of the Mets top prospects. Being Justin […]