Wednesday, February 3rd, 2016 by Allison Langley
Remember to stop by McGuire Hall at 8pm tomorrow, February 4th, to see Nalani & Sarina give an amazing show! Check out some of their music before if the show if you are not already a big fan! Here is their “Get Away” music video!
Tuesday, February 2nd, 2016 by Margaret Jokoh
Warehouse Eyes: Prisms
Release Date: July 10, 2015
Warehouse Eyes comes appears again with its follow up record, Prisms, is a wealth of space, dreamy pop fusion. Warehouse Eyes, expands its horizons in delving deeper into their sound and Prisms is the result of this new discovery of sound for them. The band, originally created through the friendship of Christopher Williams and Jennie Lawless, has an entrancing musical sound similar to bands Son Lux, which many may know for having its song “Lost it to trying” in the motion picture, “Paper Towns.” Warehouse Eyes, also has hints of Phantogram, who gained notoriety through its single “When I’m small”. (more…)
Monday, February 1st, 2016 by Allison Langley
This Thursday, February 4th, Nalani & Sarina will be returning to McGuire Hall to give us another excellent and powerful show! Below is Nalani & Sarina live to give you a taste of the real thing!
Thursday, January 28th, 2016 by Allison Langley
Next Thursday the WLOY Open Mic Night is back Loyola! Come showcase some of your awesome talents you picked up over the winter break, we want to hear them! Did you write a new song you want to share? Hear a new song you want to cover? New jokes? New poetry? The 3rd Floor Reading on January 28th at 8pm is the spot to do it!
We all know it is your New Years resolution to perform so come out and knock it off the list in a big way! WLOY will be there to support you. Bring your friends; bring your family; just bring everyone and sit down with some FREE coffee! Cannot wait to see you guys there!
Saturday, January 9th, 2016 by The Professor
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Thursday, January 7th, 2016 by The Professor
Welcome back to campus from WLOY and Late Night Loyola! Our first FREE CONCERT of the semester will be 8-10pm in McGuire Hall, Thursday January 21st featuring NEMES from Boston! How good are they? How about: “One of the top 5 unsigned bands in the country” -Alternative Press.
Nemes (pronounced knee•miss) has made their mark on the Boston and larger New England music scene by playing everywhere from subway stations to highly-revered rock venues. Led by duel-frontmen Dave Anthony and Josh Knowles, the band showcases a true metamorphosis of sound, featuring warm, layered harmonies and one-of-a-kind violin shredding Vanyaland describes as “fiddle-action glory.” These components are delicately layered across captivating original songs to form what Under the Gun Review calls “some of the most engaging music we’ve heard,” garnering shout-outs from national and international acts such as Alt-J and Nirvana.
Released in the fall of 2015, their debut studio full-length album, “I Carry Your Heart,” has lifted the band from the subway stations of Boston to larger stages around the region, performing as support for acts such as X Ambassadors and Guster. The album was co-produced and mixed by Rick Kwan (Jim James, My Morning Jacket) and funded by a combination of busking, gigging, and crowd-funding. The 11-track record is an exploration of four minds working to create a resonant, cathartic listening experience.
Monday, December 21st, 2015 by The ProfessorIt’s Christmas so you know it’s time for the annual Ultimate Christmas Shows on WLOY! Join Nick Centanni for 3 hours on Christmas Eve and another 3 hours on Christmas Day. This year Nick is joined by 10 (yes TEN) more special Christmas shows from WLOY DJs! We’re going wall-to-wall with Christmas for 2 full days. So while you decorate, wrap gifts, drink eggnog, or just hang out by the fire make it a date and don’t be late to tune in on Christmas Eve and for a second special on Christmas Day while shredding wrapping paper and admiring your new socks!
Kat and Rae’s Christmas Extravaganza – 10am-12pm
Crucial Cuts Christmas Special – 12-2pm
A PB and LT Christmas – 3-4pm
The Dot Christmas Spectacular – 5-6pm
Legends of Rock Christmas – 6-7pm
Moldie Oldies Ultimate Christmas Eve Show – 7-10pm
Philtimore Christmas – 10-11pm
Diva’s Hour Christmas – 11pm-12am
Moldie Oldies Ultimate Christmas Day Show – 9am-12pm
Kat and Rae’s Christmas Extravaganza – 12-2pm
Diva’s Hour Christmas – 2-3pm
The Real MCs’ Christmas – 3-4pm
After Sunrise Christmas – 6-7pm
Legends of Rock Christmas – 7-8pm
Philtimore Christmas – 8-9pm
Indie-Anna Jones and the Underground Temple Christmas – 9-10pm
Monday, December 14th, 2015 by The Professor
Wondering just what to get folks? Don’t forget to use your WLOY Loyal Listener Card to get an additional savings on Food, Gifts, Services and more from our wonderful sponsors! The WLOY Loyal Listener Card is completely free. You can pick one up at the station (Bellarmine Hall on the Loyola campus), at the Loyola Student Activites office, or any WLOY event on campus or around town. Need one? Just ask! Have a wonderful holiday and save a few dollars thanks to WLOY and our great local shop owners! Forget the internet and shop LOCAL!
The Amazing Spiral (York Road by Belvedere Square)
Café Hon (36th St Hampden)
Charlotte Elliot (36th St Hampden)
Loyola University Bookstore (Loyola Student Center)
Ma Petite Shoe & Café (36th St Hampden)
Shananigans Toy Shop (Wyndhurst Shopping Center Roland Park)
Spa Central (5000 block York Road)
Stoneleigh Lanes (York Road in Stoneleigh)
Strawberry Fields (Roland just below 36th St Hampden)
The Bookstore Next Door (36th St Hampden)
Twenty20 Cycling (36th St Hampden)
Zeke’s Coffee (Harford Road below Cold Spring)
Monday, November 23rd, 2015 by Allison Langley
Lets all #fighthunger!
With the holiday and cold weather quickly approaching it is important that we take the time to think of others who are less fortunate. Fight Hunger is a national campaign aimed to aide in providing food for those who are in dire need. It is an excellent and creative campaign! The idea is to film one big fight sequence from Austin to Philadelphia. What a cool way to promote such an important cause! By the way, one of those stops is Baltimore! Check out their go fund me page here, and donate! They are also accepting canned goods! So raid your cupboards or hit the grocery store and then drop it all off at the WLOY station by December 14th! We are looking forward to seeing a huge pile! They also accept clothing!
Saturday, November 14th, 2015 by Brendan Pierce
It is such a simple question, but the answer is a lot more complex then yes or no.
Paying college athletes is an extremely complicated scenario because there are so many sports, schools, and conferences that distributing the money equally would be a nightmare.
However, I think that the resolution to this matter is fairly simple.
College athletics is a business and it comes down to which sports make the most amount of money for the NCAA.