Braeden H

Show Hours: 
Tuesday 2-4pm
General Programming

Hey Everyone! I’m Braeden and I’m studying History and International Affairs here at UNH. My favorite genres are Rock, Progressive Rock, Indie, Alternative, 80s Synth Pop, Old Country, Folk and 60s Rock. My favorite hobbies are working on cars, playing guitar, and running. Hope you all enjoy what I’m playing! 

Most Recent Playlist

Playlist Title:  End Of Transmission
By DJ:  Braeden H.
Play Date:   Dec 10, 2019
Frank Zappa “Peaches en Regalia” from Hot Rats
LCD Soundsystem “Dance Yrself Clean” from This Is Happening
Wolfram “Automatic (feat. Peaches)” from Amadeus
Frank Zappa “Zomby Woof” from Over-Nite Sensation
The Clash “Lost In the Supermarket” from London Calling
The Wedding Present “Go Out and Get 'Em Boy” from Live 1987
The Jay Vons “Night (Was Stealing from the Sun)” from The Word
Twin Peaks “Ferry Song” from Lookout Low
Black Marble “One Eye Open” from Bigger Than Life
Telemarket “Timid Talk” from You Deserve a Hard Day's Work After a Long Night's Rest.
FonFon Ru “Plan Ditcher” from Death and Texas
Grandaddy “A.M. 180” from Under the Western Freeway
Surfbort “Les Be in Love” from Friendship Music
Pavement “Harness Your Hopes” from Brighten the Corners: Nicene Creedence Ed.
The Modern Lovers “Walk Up the Street” from Precise Modern Lovers Order (Live In Berkeley and Boston)
Choking Victim “500 Channels” from No Gods / No Managers
King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard “Planet B” from Infest the Rats' Nest
Silver Apples “I Have Known Love” from Contact
Pixies “Wave of Mutilation” from Doolittle
Love “A House Is Not a Motel (2015 Remastered Version)” from Forever Changes (2015 Remastered Version)
My Bloody Valentine “When You Sleep” from Loveless
Yo La Tengo “Sugarcube” from I Can Hear the Heart Beating As One
Built to Spill “Israel's Song” from There's Nothing Wrong With Love
Frank Black & The Catholics “Back to Rome” from Frank Black & The Catholics
King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard “Rattlesnake” from Flying Microtonal Banana
Milly “People Are Forever” from Our First Four Songs - EP
CB3 “Apocalypse” from Apocalypse - Single