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Question of the Day: King of Rock & Roll?

by Corny O'Connell

Elvis Presley, who was born on this date and went on to become the King of Rock & Roll, left a lasting impression on the genre and pop culture. He's also the subject of many a song. Can you think of any that mention Elvis or are about him? Write them in the comments below and we'll spin a set after 9am.

Here's what we played:

"Man on the Moon" - R.E.M.

"Cities" - Talking Heads

"Riding with the King" - John Hiatt

"Elvis Presley Blues" - Gillian Welch

The FUV Mixtape, Defined By You

by Carmel Holt

The all-request FUV Mixtape playlist for Wednesday, January 7, 2015

Lana Del Rey – West Coast – Ultraviolence
LCD Soundsystem – All My Friends – Sound of Silver
Yo La Tengo – Sugarcube – I Can Hear The Heart Beating As One
The Everly Brothers – Poor Jenny
John Prine – All The Best – The Missing Years
Billy Bragg – Waiting For The Great Leap Forward – Workers Playtime
Coldplay – Fix You – X&Y

The Alternate Side Staff's Breaking Bands Of 2015

by WFUV Staff
All We Are (courtesy of the artist, Facebook.com)

Over the last few years, The Alternate Side staff has established its own New Year's tradition, picking young bands and artists who we think will make a big impact as the next twelve months unfold. In 2014 we chose a lineup of fresh faces that included FKA Twigs, Wolf Alice, Eagulls, Ásgeir, Haerts and Courtney Barnett.

For our Breaking Bands of 2015, TAS staffers Russ Borris, Alisa Ali, Eric Holland, Kara Manning, and Sarah Wardrop are putting our faith behind All We Are, Years & Years, Hiatus Kaiyote, Jack + Eliza, Aquilo, DD Dumbo, PPL MVR, Dilly Dally, Amason, Dead Man Fall, Only Real and others that we're convinced will shine in the year ahead. Read our reasons why we think you'll like them too  ... and listen to each artist.

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