Hope the break was rejuvenating and that you’re ready to tear into the semester. Last year we talked about a lot of groundbreaking events, and also got the chance to examine some key issues that affect us as a student body, and also as individuals that shape society.
What impact does our perspective have on those issues? How effective can we be in engaging our opinion? These are the questions that have previously been addressed and will continue to frame the direction of The Boiling Point, and of course while nodding to some killer beats.
This episode focused on events that took place nearer the end of the year, and raised commentary about the effect those events have or have had on the public. Violence shrouded the atmosphere of the latter end of 2016 with chaos erupting in the East as the Syrian crisis continued to embroil all parties involved. As always, listeners are invited to engage the commentary by adding their thoughts or views on topics covered, and suggestions as to what could be touched on in the future.
Also included in a brief sum-up of 2016, new music was reviewed and the playlist can be seen below. Thanks for tuning in, and see you next week!
- Let’s Go Crazy – Prince
- Young Americans – David Bowie
- A Report To The Shareholders: Kill Your Masters – Run The Jewels
- Candy Man – Baauer
- Choice And Consequence – Bwana
- James Joint (cover) – Jarreau & Mr Carmack
- Terrified (Zikomo Remix) – Childish Gambino
- Cocaine Eighties – Autumn In June