Author Archives: Bennett Rosner
Best from Monday’s edition of The WRSU Crew, with Jake Ostrove, Troy DeSavino, and Brant Wolff. Get caught up on what you missed today on The WRSU Crew! Be sure to tune in Mondays – Thursdays, 6-8pm and Fridays, 4-6pm. Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: RSS
Rutgers’ all-time passing leader, Mike Teel, joined Jake Ostrove and Justin Sontupe of “The WRSU Crew” Friday afternoon. Teel and the guys talked interim coach Nunzio Campanile, the rise of Rutgers football under Greg Schiano, Teel’s time “on the Banks,” the 2006 Louisville game (and game week!), and the Scarlet Knights’ coaching search. Podcast: Play […]
WRSU Hip Hop Director Seyi Aladejobi had the opportunity to interview RnB artist and virtuoso guitar player, Reggie William’s aka R.Lum.R. at Island Records in New York City. The two discussed William’s life from his upbringing in Florida, through his tumultuous time in school, up to the present and beyond. Along the way, they may […]
WRSU Hip-Hop Director Seyi Aladejobi talked with rising star Duckwrth last week. Check out the full interview below! Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: RSS
WRSU’s Bennett Rosner had the opportunity to chat with Mario Camarena from famed California math rock outfit CHON before their show at Irving Plaza. The two discussed the group’s new self-titled album, Smash Brothers, and Kenny G. Check out the full interview below! Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: RSSMore Posts for Show: The […]
WRSU’s Danielle Ciampaglia chatted with Patrick Hetherington of Parcels this past Thursday. The two discussed Govball 2019, creative inspirations, breaking the mold of modern pop music. Check it out below! Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: RSS
It’s 2008. You seek refuge in your room plastered with J-14 posters of Zac Efron, Vanessa Hudgens. The largest one is of Demi Lovato with the Jonas Brothers; you’ve been obsessed since the first Camp Rock movie just came out.
“I said it with my chest and I don’t care who I offend,” Little Simz raps on “Offence,” the opening track off of her new album Grey Area, which was released on March 1.
The newly created Franklin Music Hall in Philadelphia hosted Post-hardcore linchpin Dance Gavin Dance to a sold out crowd on April 13th, 2019. Formerly known as Electric Factory, the venue was used in its past incarnation as host to the filming of live DVDs for bands Lamb of God, Yellowcard, and Underoath.
Andrew Bird’s latest album My Finest Work Yet is a strong statement about today’s world. His twelfth solo album after 2017’s Echolocations: River, his latest album steers towards political and social issues such as war and environmental degradation. Bird dives right into his perspective through his lyricism and arrangements, and he rewards his listeners with […]