Introducing…the talented Chet Faker! Faker is a young artist out of Australia who won awards at the Australian Independent Records Awards before dropping his debut album Built on Glass back in April of this year.
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Congratulations to the Canadian National Team for bringing home the gold this weekend. Here’s to Canada!
Guess who’s back with a brand new edition? It’s Monday and that means music and, in this case, the return of Dutch DJ Martin Garrix to LAS! We first featured Garrix last summer on Those Pesky Kids II and since then, he has not disappointed. Besides crushing every EDM festival that’s been thrown his way, […]
As we inch closer and closer to the official start of summer, the days get longer and country music seems to sound better and better. In light of that, today I’m bringing you an artist who is certainly influenced by country but is by no means confined to that, or any, single genre.
Happy Memorial Day to the Lacrosse All Stars nation and beyond! We hope that everyone has enjoyed this dramatic, action-packed weekend of college lax.
Today on Music Monday, we are featuring former UAB Blazer quarterback Sam Hunt, who moved to Nashville to start a career in music after graduating.
I am excited to report my first sun burn of 2014 here in New England! The sun is making the effort to bless our midday lax games and temperatures are stabbing at 70 degrees on really, really good days. I’m already imagining board shorts and plastic shades…the anticipation of summer is more exciting than ever […]
College lacrosse and accelerometers are finally coming together on a large scale. A study launched at Sacred Heart University is monitoring head impacts with accelerometers for the entire season. Along with the sensor data, the study will utilize neurocognitive measures (tests of thinking and memory), IQ scores, mood assessments, and drug dependency screens to compare […]
Spring is so close here in New England I can almost smell it! West coast readers, get outside on your Monday afternoon and enjoy what you’ve got. In order to nudge the warm sun and good vibes to come our way, I’m delivering some excellent laying back/hammock/beach music for this week’s Music Monday. I introduce […]
To start things off with some energy, I am introducing the young, up and coming Jackson Breit, a business student out of Tulane who can sing/rap/play guitar/make beats/probably do a lot of other things too.
I am not sure if it’s the pollen, the running snow melt, or the fresh green shoots sprouting from the ground but for some reason, spring always gets me thinking of bluegrass, folk, and general finger-pickin’ goodness. Perhaps the memory of long, straight drives through central Oregon listening to Doc & Dawg with my father […]
I hope everyone across the LAS universe, near and far, is having a wonderful Monday and enjoyed a solid weekend of lax. Here in the states, it seems like just about everyone is hitting a bout of bad weather. That being said, today’s featured album is one with which you can kick back and relax […]
Happy President’s Day to the LaxAllStars nation! We hope everyone is enjoying a three day weekend and let’s remember to thank President Washington for allowing the celebration of his birthday to always fall on a Monday. Now let’s bump Big Gigantic, huh?
In my eyes (or ears), John Butler is one of the best musicians out there. His music career began when he was young and living in Australia, learning to play music from a diverse range of genres on an old dobro.
Time to tune in – it’s Tuesday which means your second dose of tune juice for the week! I have to say, this one is a real pleasure to post. The Boston duo better known as Aer, which has been killing a chill triad of reggae, rap and rock, has added a milestone to their […]