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Guest DJs Spinning on ASU's Radio Station This Week

Sorry for not giving you earlier notice, but ASU's student radio station, The Blaze, is hosting their annual Guest DJ week this week, featuring everyone from Jimmy Eat World frontman Jim Adkins, to Miniature Tigers to... me.

You actually already missed Adkins, who spun this morning, but you can still tune in for our man Murph over at So Much Silence tomorrow, or Peachcake and El Presidente Gator Jeremiah on Wednesday or Kirkwood Dellinger and some dude I've never heard of from the Republic on Thursday or JRC from The Trunk Space on Friday. Pretty exciting week for those of you who live in the station's (ahem, fairly limited) broadcast range.

What will I be spinning? Turn in today at 5 p.m. to find out. One thing's for sure, I'll be dedicating a song to my dear friend Albert Ching, the music editor at OC Weekly who was once a die-hard Blaze staffer.

Got suggestions for what I should play? DM me at my twitter, twitter.com/martincizmar.

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