- Give Some Love feat. Rayjah45
- A Silent Song feat. Caroline Agostini
- Run Through These Streets feat. Vida-Sunshyne
- Perilous Times feat. Rayjah45
- Free feat. Jornick
- Deeper feat. Jornick & Saritah
- All They Need feat. Boover Banton
- Jah Bless feat. Jornick
- Stand Up & Be Counted feat. MC Jazz
- Sweet AZ Soundsystem – Blaze (The Nomad Remix)
- Devil In The Dark – Julia Deans & The Urban Soul Orchestra
From here on out, music reviews that I post on my blog will be a combination of reviews I have written for Surviving The Golden Age and reviews I have commissioned on my own time. For now we have Georgia Anne Muldrow.
- Kali Yuga
- The Birth of Petey Wheatstraw
- Best Love
- Husfriend Intro
- Kneecap Jelly
- The Few feat. Declaime
- Remember (Outro)
- Laughing Hieroglyphic
- 3 Umbrellas
- Oliver Twist
- Glass Bottom Boat
- Ghost of Books
- Heads Hammock
- Heather In The Hospital
- Lucky 1
- Free Press And Curl
- An Echo From The Hosts That Profess Infinitum
- Are You… Can You… Were You? (Felt)
- A Treatease Dedicated To The Avian Airess From North East Nubis (1000 Questions, 1 Answer)
- Endeavors For Never (The Last Time We Spoke You Said You Were Not Here. I Saw You Though)
- Recollections Of The Wraith
- The King’s New Clothes Were Made By His Own Hands
- Yeah You
- Swerve… The Reeping Of All That Is Worthwhile (Noir Not Withstanding)
First off I would like to say that my time here at UConn has been some of the best years of my life. Getting into radio programming here at WHUS happened almost by chance, as members from the station came to my Culture Of The College Media class to give a presentation on UConn’s radio station... I was hooked from my very first semester, and have been at the controls for Adrift In The Airwaves for over three years now.
The springtime of 2009 was the first time that I was legitimately exposed to quality hip-hop music, as I started to get into the likes of MF DOOM, Common, Madlib, and Mos Def, and felt the need to start incorporating this into my show as well. I was also becoming more interested in electronic music, specifically that of Derek Vincent Smith, as his productions that he creates under the moniker of Pretty Lights baited me with their incredibly catchy hooks. I felt like my show was taking a turn to a more lively and energizing listening experience.
During the summer of 2010, I moved in to live with a few friends, including fellow DJ Daysix (producer name BEATGOSZIP), and that summer proved to change the nature of my radio show almost completely. Dubstep was the new music genre that I was exploring. After coming across this new form of music many times, it was this period that I lived the true life of a bass head. Going to DJ shows in West Hartford and throwing raves at our apartment only proved to me how fast this genre was catching on. I became hopelessly addicted to the earth-shattering bass.
Adrift In The Airwaves, as it is right now, incorporates all of these different forms of music, blending psychedelia with hip-hop beats, and electronica with dubstep. I am happy to announce that my radio podcast (which I started just over a year ago) has surpassed a whopping 5,000 downloads online! As of right now there are a total of 5,349 podcast downloads from all of you listeners! I could have never expected such a positive response to my show, which I have always put a lot of love into every week. I can only continue to work just as hard to deliver you loyal listeners the best music that I can.