A new semester has started at Wentworth, meaning our live DJs are back and ready for action! We'll be continuing to have a weekly showcase of the hottest and most unique shows, here on the LiveWire blog. Starting off this year's DJ Of The Week madness, we have Jacob Chrissy. Jacob, who often has a co-host, will be talking to us about his bone-crunching heavy-sounding music show, Sounds of Madness.
With the first Pastry Beats showcase having debuted in Boston; very successfully, and some killer episodes of the podcast recorded and coming up soon, it's finally time for some self-reflection. We've curated a beats showcase, made tons of new friends, eaten the most divine pastries, but most importantly, had our ears peered and ready for new music.
This week's WIRE guest mix comes from a faculty member that has a special place in Wentworth student's hearts. Whether it be cramming for a thermodynamics exam, or staying up all night to work on an industrial design project, Marcus has all the bases covered.
This week's spotlight goes out to a DJ that started WIRE at the beginning of the semester, but nevertheless, has rapidly caught the ears of many of our listeners. We are talking about none other than our coffee drinking and wax spinning enigma, Nocturnal Ned, representing his show, Jazz Wax!
Mehdi Benjelloun, also known as Petit Biscuit, has always been a joy to follow and audibly explore. Although, his music is EDM in a general sense, Mehdi's sound is something that only he has mastered painting with. Delving into his new album, 'Presence', I felt an indescribable curiosity. However, coming out of the album, I gained a newfound appreciation for him and his boundary-expanding approach to a genre that's changed my life.