If you find yourself relaxing in your dorm or apartment on a Friday night, Positively Peachy might just be the show for you! The adorable host, Alissa, describes her show as “a cute and upbeat place where you can just sit and daydream!” Throughout the show, Alissa gives positive words of encouragement and plays anything from J-Pop to instrumental and ambient music. “Anything that is cute and would transport you to a fluffy place!” Friday nights can be a great time to distress
Last night, we had our second annual “Pot Luck-In” at the station, where we all came together to share and eat in a Thanksgiving fashion. It goes without saying that all of us here at Fredonia Radio Systems are thankful for this radio station, for each other, and the times we share together!
REGINA SPEKTOR: Born in the Soviet Union, Spektor began her career as a singer-songwriter and pianist when she began classical training on the piano at the age of six. When she was nine years old, her family emigrated to the United States, where she continued her classical training into her teenage years; she began to write original songs shortly thereafter. Remember Us To Life is her seventh studio album with arrangements that span intimate piano ballads and fully orchestrat
Looking for a mix of genres and catchy songs? Tune into Gargle and Rinse with host Harper Horton! The fifth year Audio/Radio production major explains the show as a mess of songs as if “I am throwing it in there and spitting it out”. Her philosophy on what songs go into the playlist is “if it’s catchy and I can sing along, I like it.” The show is for everyone, no discrimination to any genre or songs and it’s made for anyone’s taste in music, because everyone loves a good vari
STEP ROCKETS: Back at the number one spot on the TOP 5, Step Rockets have developed a reputation as one of the most exciting new live bands on the scene, seamlessly blending wailing guitar solos and anthemic melodies with infectious dance grooves. Comprised of Josh Von Mink, John Synhavsky, Brady Lillie, and Anthony Schulz, the band has found the right balance between refining their classic sound, and embracing their new one. Although Future Nature is the band’s debut release
Today at 5pm, the 24 Hour Radiothon begins! You can tune in at fredoniaradio.com until 5pm tomorrow to hear non-stop music from our DJs. Considering Daylight Savings Time, the event will actually be a 25 Hour Radiothon, which means even more time to party with us!
“Being able to explore new music everyday, play what you want, and express creativity is what I like about college radio. I also love learning the history of the station and how it has changed and stayed the same throughout the years.”