Prophetic made a video to advertise this year’s Marquette Radio spring concert. If you’re in college, and a hip hop fan, you should be at the Weasler Auditorium Tuesday night. It’s free.
Oh wait, you’ve never heard of these people? Okay. Here they are, all in one convenient location:
Machine Gun Kelly
The Dean’s List
And Milwaukee’s own Prophetic
Please come check out this show. It’s going to be awesome. Marquette students, the next day of classes is our last before Easter break. So, you can sleep through that. It is free with a college ID.
Here’s this week’s mash-up. Vanilla Ice’s “Ice Ice Baby” vs. The Cataracs “Bass Down Low”.
Note The vocals are from the original version of “Bass Down Low”. As always, vote for our Hero of the Week poll by clicking here, Follow us on Twitter by clicking here, and check out our show when we come back from spring break on the 24th, and every other Thursday from Noon-1 on Marquetteradio.mu.edu.
Here’s our Mash-Up of the Week for this week (Soundcloud let us upload this one!). Here’s Tupac’s “California Love” vs. Sublime’s “Santeria”. Check it out. You can hear our show on Marquette Radio every Thursday from Noon-1 P.M. Also, please follow @BreakinNEnterin and use the hashtag #dodoblood after every tweet from now on, in honor of Charlie Sheen’s weird #tigerblood deal. And, you can find us on Facebook by clicking here.
And as always, vote for our Hero of the Week Poll by clicking here. It takes like, two seconds.
Another Mashup of the Week is up. This week, we mixed Maroon 5′s “This Love” and the Radiohead Classic “Creep”.
Tune into our show every Thursday at marquetteradio.mu.edu between Noon and 1. Also, vote for our Hero of the Week poll by clicking here.
Week 2 of Breaking and Entering’s Mash-Up of the Week is here. Moby’s “Flower” vs. Rod Stewart’s “Sailing”. Who knows what we’ll mash-up next. Keep checking in with us at our Facebook page, or on Twitter (@BreakinNEnterin) and listen to our show every Thursday on Marquette Radio from Noon-1 P.M. Also, vote for this week’s Hero of the Week poll at http://twtpoll.com/xdc5u6
Breaking And Entering, AKA Mine and Steve Frymark’s radio show, have some a new feature that we began this week, called the Mash-Up of the Week. We’re taking two songs that don’t belong together and well… creating a mash-up. Check out this week’s edition: indie group Sleigh Bells’ “Kids” vs. Ludacris’ “How Low”:
We also need help deciding Breaking And Entering’s Hero of the Week . Vote for either a group of Mexican drug smugglers who tried to use catapults to launch marijuana over the border, or a 14 year old boy from the 19th century who was recently discovered to be Queen Victoria’s stalker, who stole her panties.
If you didn’t catch Breaking And Entering this week on Marquette Radio, you missed out on a great show. We’ll be back every Thursday from Noon – 1 P.M. at Marquetteradio.mu.edu.
This doesn’t completely fall under the “I Made That” heading, but here’s The Cranberry Show’s official video for “Time Of Day”, a track that I produced. Keep an eye out for a quick shot of Johnston Hall, home of Cat Daddy… err… Marquette Radio (Also where Steve Frymark and myself host Breaking And Entering).
Everyone’s favorite show is back to our roots as Steve and I returned to the basement for our first podcast since our show moved to Marquette Radio. Check it out and listen to us weekly on Marquetteradio.mu.edu. Also, check out our Facebook page and follow us on Twitter (@BreakinNEnterin) to stay up to date with our shenanigans. Or email us at BreakinNEntering@gmail.com