Press Play: Yuck

Press Play: Yuck

Yuck’s new album, titled Stranger Things, will dissolve new listener’s inhibitions into a puddle of appreciation of artistic craft. The band released their third album on February 26th of this year. The album cover depicts an out of this world creature dissolving into a comfortable seat.  This image is indicative of what experience listeners can expect from Stranger Things. Yuck provides an out of this world sound that listeners will find extreme ease settling into. The band prefaced this experience with their two previous albums which include the self-titled Yuck that was released…continue reading →
RSU Hillcats Take Heartland Conference Title

RSU Hillcats Take Heartland Conference Title

The RSU Hillcats Men’s Basketball team took home the Heartland Conference regular season championship. The team sealed the league title with a win against Dallas Baptist on Monday night.. The win came in the dramatic fashion, mimicking something you might see in the movies. RSU senior guard, Donald Moore, hit a three pointer with just 2 seconds left in the second overtime period of the last game of the year. To add to the drama, it was a winner-take-all game meaning that the winner took home the crown of the Heartland Conference regular…continue reading →

RSU Athletics Update

RSU baseball players, Andrew Vanisi and Blake Gipson, continue to rack up post-season honors. Vansisi was named Heartland Conference Newcomer of the Year, and was also named to the All-Conference first team as an outfielder. Vanisi led the Heartland conference in home runs with 12, and finished with a strong .373 batting average. Gipson earned second team All- Conference honors as a designated hitter after he hit for a .359 batting average in 36 starts. The Tulsa native also recorded a 12-game hit streak to finish off his career at Rogers State.The RSU…continue reading →

Hillcat Athletes Receive Accolades

During the month of February Hillcat athletes have acquired several accolades. J.C. Hartzler  received the honor of being selected for the Capitol One All-District Men’s basketball team. The junior guard leads the Hillcats in scoring by averaging 14.6 points per game and carries a 3.8 grade point average while majoring in Applied Technology. Hillcat senior basketball player, Frederico Santos, was named Heartland Conference player of the week after breaking the RSU record for rebounds in a season. Santos, a native of Brazil, has achieved 12 double-doubles so far this season and leads the…continue reading →

Jason Aldean’s Night Train Tour Review

Jason Aldean rocked a near capacity crowd at the BOK Center on Friday, May 10th that featured several number 1 songs, loud guitars; and an onslought of video screens that doled out imagery pertaining to each song. At the beginning of the show. A;dean entered the arena to the sounds of Audioslave's “Cochise”, hinting at the audience that this is not your granddaddy’s country music show. Aldean roared into his first songs of the evening with up-tempo tracks such as “Crazy Town”, “Take A Little Ride”, and “Tattoos on This Town”. Next the…continue reading →

Local Tunes in the Basement

You may be used to hearing local music in coffee shops and small mom and pop stores, but how about a basement? “The Basement” in the Claremore BCM near RSU is hosting a Christmas Extravaganza. This year’s show features local bands Brother Rabbit and Monty Wu! Organizers of the event say that it’s about more than just putting on a great show. "It is completely awesome being able to feature local talent. It's a great way to help them further what they want to do with their music, hopefully get new fans, and…continue reading →

Get Yourself Heard

Are you in a local band or are you a local music artist? Do you want to get some media exposure? RSU Radio is here to help! Contact Bryce to find out how to get your band on Bryce writes articles on the local music scene for RSU-Radio and would love to hear from you. Articles include music reviews, the latest on current projects, and news on upcoming shows complete with a link to Facebook and other pages! To get your music the exposure it deserves, contact Bryce.continue reading →

Arlis “Moon”, rising with the stars.

For Arlis Moon, writing music and playing instruments comes naturally whether it’s drums, guitar, piano, bass and even singing. That talent has allowed him to take part in several projects including solo recordings, playing with the band Rangeline, and taking part in a national tour. Most recently, Moon returned to his hometown of Tahlequah, Ok following the tour “Nothing to Something” with Plug In Stereo, WheatherStar and Bird by Bird. Staying true to form, he also released his long awaited independent EP Anchors. ‘Nothing’ is not an option for this ‘something’. Get more…continue reading →

Emerging local artist, Amanda Byers

Stirring up Tulsa’s music scene is local songwriter, singer, and guitar player, Amanda Byers. In high school she played events such as the Rogers State University Educational Talent Search, but now plans on doing much more with her music. She’s hard at work on her new EP at Black Box Studio in Tulsa. According to Byers, “The EP is kind of a ‘journey’ through my songwriting progress. It will have the first few songs I wrote, along with the most recent ones. You can see a bit of difference in the maturing of…continue reading →