Braeden H

Braeden Hale
Show Hours: 
Tuesday 3-6pm
Genre: 
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:  Zamrock -> French House lol
By DJ:  Braeden H.
Play Date:   Nov 11, 2020
Frank Zappa & The Mothers of Invention “Muffin Man” from Bongo Fury
Ofo and Black Company “Beautiful Daddy” from Zamrock
The Strangers “Onye Ije” from Wake Up You! The Rise and Fall of Nigerian Rock, Vol. 1 (1972-1977)
The Hygrades “In the Jungle (Instrumental)” from Wake Up You! The Rise and Fall of Nigerian Rock, Vol. 1 (1972-1977)
Question Mark “Scram Out” from Wake Up You! The Rise and Fall of Nigerian Rock, Vol. 1 (1972-1977)
P.R.O “Tell Me” from Wake Up You!
War-Head Constriction “Graceful Bird” from Wake Up You! The Rise and Fall of Nigerian Rock, Vol. 1 (1972-1977)
The Founders 15 “I Can't Be Satisfied” from Wake Up You! The Rise and Fall of Nigerian Rock, Vol. 1 (1972-1977)
Waves “Mother” from Wake Up You! The Rise and Fall of Nigerian Rock, Vol. 1 (1972-1977)
The Funkees “Baby I Need You” from Wake Up You! The Rise and Fall of Nigerian Rock, Vol. 1 (1972-1977)
Formulars Dance Band “Never Never Let Me Down” from Wake Up You! The Rise and Fall of Nigerian Rock, Vol. 1 (1972-1977)
The Hygrades “Keep On Moving” from Wake Up You! The Rise and Fall of Nigerian Rock, Vol. 1 (1972-1977)
Aktion “Groove the Funk” from Wake Up You! The Rise and Fall of Nigerian Rock, Vol. 1 (1972-1977)
The Apostles “Never Too Late” from Wake Up You! The Rise and Fall of Nigerian Rock, Vol. 1 (1972-1977)
Ify Jerry Krusade “Everybody Likes Something Good” from Nigeria 70 - Lagos Jump
Wrinkar Experience “Ballad of a Sad Young Woman” from Wake Up You! The Rise and Fall of Nigerian Rock, Vol. 1 (1972-1977)
The Hykkers “Stone the Flower” from Wake Up You! The Rise and Fall of Nigerian Rock, Vol. 1 (1972-1977)
Tirogo “Float” from Wake Up You! The Rise and Fall of Nigerian Rock, Vol. 1 (1972-1977)
The Magnificent Zenians “Ije Udo” from Wake Up You! The Rise and Fall of Nigerian Rock, Vol. 1 (1972-1977)
Blackfoot “Running” from Welcome to Zamrock! How Zambia's Liberation Led to a Rock Revolution, Vol. 1 (1972-1977)
Born Free “I Don't Know” from Welcome to Zamrock! How Zambia's Liberation Led to a Rock Revolution, Vol. 1 (1972-1977)
Cosmos Zani “Poverty” from Wake Up
Crossbones “Rain & Sunshine” from Welcome to Zamrock! How Zambia's Liberation Led to a Rock Revolution, Vol. 1 (1972-1977)
Musi-O-Tunya “Musi O Tunya” from Give Love to Your Children
Ngozi Family “Hi Babe” from Day of Judgement
ricky banda “whose that guy” from Zamrock
Salty Dog “Fast” from Welcome to Zamrock! How Zambia's Liberation Led to a Rock Revolution, Vol. 1 (1972-1977)
Teddy Chisi “Funky Lady” from Welcome to Zamrock! How Zambia's Liberation Led to a Rock Revolution, Vol. 1 (1972-1977)
Etienne de Crécy “Le patron est devenu fou (feat. Minos)” from Super Discount
Etienne de Crécy “Prix choc” from Super Discount
XTC “The Ballad of Peter Pumpkinhead” from Nonsuch
Belle and Sebastian “String Bean Jean” from Push Barman to Open Old Wounds