October 13th, 2012 by Joelle Hernandez
Find out how food can affect your mood and ways to enhance mental clarity, improve energy, and overall sense of well being through your nutrition. This event will take place on October 17, 2012 at MAC Harbor East. The cost is $10. Go here for more information.
October 10th, 2012 by Kathleen McKeveny
Want to get off campus and dance? With DJs and electronic music featuring artists like The Expanding Man, and MicFreak; Electronic Music Fallfest is an exciting way to spend your Wednesday. Consisting of 30 minute sets from 8pm-12am this fest displays a variety of different artists and an easy way to introduce yourself to new music. Fallfest is only $5 a ticket! (Yes, really.) Come join your fellow music fans at The Windup Space, located at 10-12 W. North Ave in Baltimore on Oct. 17th for a Wacky Wednesday you will not forget!
For more information visit their website or call (410)244-8855
October 10th, 2012 by Christa Constantine
I just had a sandwich, no ordinary sandwich…
Just kidding. But still listen. Because tonight at 7PM, the Random Association Game is giving away a set of tickets to see PASSION PIT at the 930 Club in Washington, DC! The show is next Tuesday, October 16th. Did I mention it’s SOLD OUT? Because it is, so you literally cannot get tickets (at a reasonable price) anywhere else. How will you know when and how to win? You’ll just have to tune in later and find out.
October 9th, 2012 by Jordan Hernandez
West Shore Park
300-400 Light Street
Baltimore, MD 21202
Join Waterfront Partnership for the 5th Annual Harbor Harvest on Saturday, Oct. 20th from 10a.m.-2p.m. at West Shore Park. This free, family-friendly event will feature live music by Recess Monkey, an IKEA urban pumpkin patch, a hay maze, pony rides, a petting zoo, arts and crafts, food trucks and more! Be sure to RSVP to the event for a free Harbor Harvest tote bag for kids while supplies last. Harbor Harvest is sponsored by IKEA and Harborplace & The Gallery.
The rain date is scheduled for Sunday, October 21st.
October 9th, 2012 by Jordan Hernandez
Are you a singer or a songwriter? Do you enjoy listening to music? Do you enjoy free concerts? If your answer to any of those questions is yes, then our late night Singer/Songwriter Workshop is for you! This Thursday from 9-11p.m., WLOY is hosting a musical guest, Saleem, in the Reading Room. Remember Saleem? He has performed at Loyola a few times before and is always sure to please! His hip-hop style infused with the rhythm of Baltimore provides for a great musical treat. Bring instruments, original songs or whatever else you are working on and ask him for advice. Not a songwriter? Just come and enjoy!
October 8th, 2012 by Christa Constantine
How closely have you been listening? Closely enough to know that we just received a whole new batch of tickets for a whole new school year? The correct answer is “no,” because THIS IS THE FIRST ANNOUNCEMENT. We’ve partnered with the 9:30 Club in Washington, DC to bring you FREE tickets to some of the biggest acts coming to the area, some of which are already SOLD OUT. We’ve also got some goodies from the Warner Theater in DC, the Fillmore in Silver Spring, and Ram’s Head right here in Baltimore. WE HAVE THIRTY-SEVEN (37) SETS OF TICKETS TO GIVE AWAY THIS SEMESTER!! Keep an ear to your radio this semester to find out how you can WIN TICKETS TO THE FOLLOWING:
Nada Surf – Tuesday, December 11 – 9:30 Club Asking Alexandria – Tuesday, December 11 – Ram’s Head Live of Montreal – Friday, December 14 – 9:30 Club Sara Evans – Friday, December 14 – Fillmore The Roots – Tuesday, December 31 – Fillmore
Didn’t win? Follow each of the above links to ticket sales, made ESPECIALLY for our loyal WLOY listeners.
CONGRATULATIONS TO ALL OUR WINNERS!
October 8th, 2012 by Billy Dries
This week we’ve got some great new music. The much anticipated sophomore album from Mumford and Sons is now in studio as well as the new Two Door Cinema Club and Freelance Whales. Other new releases include a brief sampler from Sub Pop Records and some great tunes off of the new Citizens! and Ex Norwegian albums. Check back next week for even more new releases!
|1||Mumford and Sons||Babel||1,4,6||Banjo|
|2||Two Door Cinema Club||Beacon||2,5,8||Neon Indian, Dirty Projectors|
|3||Citizens!||Here We Are||1,2,5||Miniature Tigers, Washed Out|
|4||Ex Norwegian||House Music||7,4,2||Best Coast, The Babies|
|5||Various Artists||Sub Pop Sampler||1,2,3,4||King Tuff, Total Control|
|6||Freelance Whales||Diluvia||3,7,5||Mumford and Sons, Modest Mouse|
October 6th, 2012 by Chris Sweeney
3pm every Saturday it’s Chris Sweeney and his Local Music Spotlight show. This week’s playlist:
|Artist||Song||1||Ed Schrader’s Music Beat||Right||2||Dope Body||Road Dog||3||Roomrunner||No Wait||4||Double Dagger||Imitation is the Most Boring Form of Flattery||5||Thank You||Can’t/Can||6||Ponytail||Music Tunes||7||Height With Friends||Too Much Time||6||Dan Deacon||True Thrush||9||Thank You||Busy Bone||10||Wye Oak||Dance My Pain Away [Rod Lee Cover]||11||Secret Mountains||High Horse||12||Weekends||People Vertigo|
October 5th, 2012 by Jordan Hernandez
Sunday, October 7 from 11:00 AM to 5:00 PM
Eastern side of Hollins Market, 26 S. Arlington Avenue
The Hollins Roundhouse Neighborhood Association presents a celebration of the fall harvest, good food, good neighbors and healthy living in the historic Hollins Market neighborhood. Highlights include two puppet performances by the Black Cherry Puppet Theater as well as a puppet-making workshop; a circus performance by Charm City Movement Arts; a farmer’s market with a fresh food cook-off; an open-air Zumba lesson; free health testing, cookbooks, and information; arts & crafts; food vendors; beer & wine available at local restaurants.
For more information, visit hollinsroundhouse.org.
October 4th, 2012 by Jordan Hernandez
Workshops Saturday, October 6 at 10:30 AM and Tuesday, October 9 at 5:30 PM
Youth As Resources, 2 E Read Street, 8th Floor
Youth (up to age 21) in Baltimore City and County who want to put their community building ideas into action are invited to apply for funding. Grants range from $500 to $3,500 and are available for community organizing programs that are created and carried out by young people. Applicants are required to attend one of the two workshops and must be represented by one or two youth and no more than one optional adult. The application deadline is on Friday, November 16 at 5:00 p.m.
For more information, call 410-576-9551.