GRiZ “Good Will Prevail”
After being a fan of GRiZ for quite some time, I really think that this is his best studio album that he has put out. He brings in multiple different artists that perform many different genres of music and somehow magically brings them all together to create his own twist on all of their diverse talents. By bringing in as many artists as he did along with his ability to play the saxophone over electronic music that he produces is truly a talent that needs to be recognized. With the vast amount of diversity on this album ranging from feel good mellow music to heavier pop dubstep he really does manage to touch on all the things that fans of electronic music really look for when trying to find truly talented musicians. Completely aside from his work in the studio, his live performances are absolute magic to your ears because he mixes his music live along with also playing his saxophone side by side his other artists that he brings on tour. This album sincerely hones in his genre of electro funk, and proves that he has found his style and has mastered it by creating this amazing studio album. -Jon D
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“I am proud to join in marking the 6th annual College Radio Day on November 4.
Radio has long connected us as Americans– from the songs that make us sing and dance, to the shows that make us laugh and challenge our assumptions, to the news that helps us understand our place in the world. As we scan through stations that cover every kind of music and perspective on the political spectrum, we find that college radio holds a crucial and unique place on the dial. It’s not simply a proving ground for young people; it’s an opportunity for all Americans to experience new stories, new bands, and new ideas.
On College Radio Day, we pay tribute to the ways radio has enabled students – and all of us – to help shape a more inclusive society. As you tune in to your local station today, you have my best wishes.”
– Barack Obama.