TUESDAY FEATURED ARTIST: Reggae Mon’! In honor of our Reggae Block Party on Sept. 7th at Headliners, we are playing a reggae artist/track each hour!
6-9am: Duke Meyer
8:50am – The Buzz – music news of the day.
9am-Noon: Kyle Meredith
9:05am – The Weekly Feed Preview – an internet buzz song is featured.
11:05am – Kyle’s Grab Bag – a deeper cut from a new album or giveaway
Noon-3pm: John Timmons
1:50pm – The Buzz – music news of the day.
3-6pm: Laura Shine
4pm – Todd Brashear from Wild & Woolly Video reviews what’s new on DVD.
4:40pm – The Buzz – music news of the day.
5 0′Clock Shadow – an original followed by a cover tune.
6-8pm: World Café With David Dye
III is instrumental hip-hop band Bad Bad Not Good’s third record, but their first of completely original material.
Live musical performances from Boulder, Colorado with hosts Nick and Helen Forrester and the E-chievement Award for environmental activism. Tonight listen for Stephen Kellogg and Donna The Buffalo.
9pm-1am: WFPK After Dark With Sean Cannon
9pm – The Weekly Feed Preview – an internet buzz song is featured.
11pm – Check the Label – We spotlight an independent record label and feature two bands who call it home
1-2am: Night Visions With the OK Deejays and Sam Sneed
An eclectic mix of independent and under-represented dance, electronica, rock and pop music from around the world.
2am-5am: WFPK Overnight
Hear your favorite mix of FPK tunes all night long.
If it wasn’t for bad luck… UFF!! You know how the old saw goes. Now, Louisville’s continued free fall from national prominence becomes an even harsher reality with forward Rakeem Buckle’s ACL injury. An injury that keeps him off the hardwood until the 2013-14 season. IF he stays around. Rak hurt his knee in Monday’s game in Milwaukee, which saw the Cards blow a 16 point lead to Marquette, then suffer yet another lethal injury to their already decimated front line. Coupled with ineptitude from the free throw line, a complete meltdown of their outside shooting, foul troubles and a bewildering disconnect offensively. Now, the Cards are most definitely hosting an NIT opening round game.UK’s ‘Cats continue to adapt to changing situations on the court, demonstrating an ability to either run opponents into the hardwood or grind it out in slow tempo situations. Kidd-Gilchrist and Davis are neck and neck in the Top Freshman of the Year race. In other news, Kansas hands Baylor their first loss. And Michigan’s Trey Burke is emerging as one of the top point guards in the nation; a true Freshman, no less. WFPL’s Rick Howlett joins Matt and Mark, as they survey the current hoops landscape and opine on what fixes, if any, these teams need and can enact on this edition of Nothing But Net.
The last two days’ worth of discussions on the state of Rick Pitino’s Cardinals has centered around what’s wrong, how low can they go and can the slide be stopped? Nor does talk of the slump seems like an over-reaction; 1-4 in the last five games is cause for alarm. 1-3 in the Big East is a hard hole to climb out of, too. C.L. Brown, Rick Bozich (both with the erstwhile C-J), Mike Rutherford of CardChronicle and NBN’s contributing pundit, c d kaplan, have all penned insightful columns asking the right questions about the red bird nosedive. Is the NIT the best we can hope for in the post-season? Is there a “cancer” on the team, as some suggest? And where does responsibility lie?
We’ll also push away from the Card Criticism Buffet and look at the third team in the Division One community who might be be one win away from punching their ticket to the Final Four. Please join Matt and Mark in this edition of Nothing But Net, while watching the snow float by your window; we have the insights and the beat.
Is the Cards’ season slipping away? Dunno. I do know Matt looked at me last night after we’d taped yesterday’s Nothing But Net and said, “What if they lose to Providence tonight?” What if, indeed. Last night’s game looked like there is something seriously wrong, attitude and psyche wise, with the 2011-12 Cards squad.
And I’d be dishonest if I stated I knew what THAT is. I’m not in the practices and locker room. So, I turn to music to salve my discontent. And pray I’m wrong
Every picture tells a story, don’t it? Don’t it??!!
Remember the state of the Cards three weeks ago? 12-0, praise for Coach Rick Pitino (CRP) from all quarters, and his statements that this year’s squad was the most fun he’s ever had coaching? Then came Georgetown; not unexpected, but a game that should have been won. Then UK; yeah, totally expected. Then, Notre Dame and the 2OT tilt? Ruh-ro!! 1-2 in the Big East, and suddenly the drum beats on the Ohio are calling for CRP’s head, or at least an explanation. All these developments have the Card faithful looking wistfully to Lexington. AND Bloomington, where Tom Crean’s Hoosiers have emerged as a very legit national basketball player. What happened, and what’s ahead? Hear what Matt and Mark have to say in this week’s edition of Nothing But Net, the sports report that swings.
A thoughtful, well-produced video appetizer for tomorrow’s Louisville v. Kentucky tilt. It’s a brief history of the Battle of the Bluegrass. Enjoy! And may the very best and brightest await you in the New Year, from Matt and Mark.
Hip Hop artist Big Boi, shows the Cards some respect; will UK?
The date circled on the calendars of many hoops fans in the Commonwealth of Kentucky is fast approaching. IF records hold fast, it will be 13-0 Louisville Cardinals visiting the 12-1 Cats of UK. But, uh, not so fast. The Georgetown Hoyas, the surprise of the Big East, pay a visit to the Bucket first, and offers the stiffest challenge Pitino’s young Cards have faced to date this season. Everyone knows Georgetown is for real, despite losing Austin Freeman, Chris Wright and Julian Vaughn; Henry Sims is a legit Big East MVP. While UK and U. of L. will be the number 3 and 4 ranked squads in the land, respectively, Louisville may have their first loss hung on them by the methodical and consistent Hoyas. See what Matt and Mark have to say (and play) on Nothing But Net, the hoops report that swings.