Ripping the System

English poet Samuel Johnson put it best: “He who makes a beast of himself, gets rid of the pain of being a man.” Tuning in to “The Industrial Complex” on 91.3 KRSC-FM Tuesday nights is the embodiment of that quote. The thundering, mechanized music sends a primal shiver through the body. Dr. Drewcifer is an industrial monster, forging his weapons over the airwaves and into the rusting, boiler-room hearts of his fans. While his smoky growl and sneering attitude are the essence of his animalistic persona, Drew Nössek himself is merely mortal.Manufactured in…continue reading →

Finally, A Rock Concert on Campus!

Students Kalyn Barnoski and Brandon Irby are bringing a new aspect of music and art culture to Rogers State University by hosting an outdoor concert on campus. The “Farewell Show” will be held on Thursday, May 3 beginning at 7:00pm at the amphitheater in the RSU Educational Nature Reserve located on the Claremore campus. All students, faculty and staff along with members of the community are invited to attend. Admission is free, but donations will be accepted. All proceeds will go to benefit area non-profit organizations. “This was my dream. When we started…continue reading →

RSU Choir: Spring is in the Air!

Spring is in the air, and so are the talented voices of the Rogers State University Choir. You can hear these talented vocalists at “Swing into Spring: A Choral Concert” on Tuesday the 24th at 7:30 in RSU’s Baird Hall Performance Studio. Concert goers can expect to hear a variety of music including jazz and swing. The Choir will also be performing Festival Sanctus, a signature piece that Nancy Gill, RSU Choir Director, says they wouldn’t want to leave out for regular concert attendants. Gill adds, “We are looking forward to performing in…continue reading →