If you could only listen to one album for the rest of your life, what would it be?

LF: Pavement's "Slanted and Enchanted." It will rock your socks.

SN: Kurt Rosenwinkel's "The Next Step."

ZD: The White Stripes' "De Stijl."

Favorite song to privately dance/rock out to?

LF: "Aria" by Yanni. The man is a magician.

SN: "Concrete Schoolyard" by Jurassic 5.

ZD: "Beautifulize" by Noush Skaugen.

If you were in a band, what would it be called and what kind of music would you play?

LF: "Fairbanks (Fairbanks, Fairbanks)." We would play hot remixes of famous hip-hop songs.

SN: The Phunky Fresh All-Stars. The good kind. Oh, wait.

ZD: Barrup: Open G slaying with the occasional crunchy synth dance gem. Power stance mandatory.

Theme song during Ivies?

LF: "99 Problems (But a Cookie's Not One)" by the Cookie Monster. Bounce on the scoot twist the pedal to the flo'!

SN: "Brain Damage" by Pink Floyd.

ZD: "Naked and Famous" by The Presidents of the USA.

If you could meet any musician, dead or alive, who would it be and why?

LF: Hendrix. So I could have my face melted first-hand.

SN: Thelonious Monk. Even though he probably wouldn't acknowledge my presence, it would be a trip.

ZD: Leslie West. Great stories and great shredding always get a grin out of me.

Best new music you've heard lately?

LF: Natalie Portman's Shaved Head. They write songs about facial hair and babes.

SN: Not Sean Kingston.

ZD: Matt and Kim, Iran, Handsome Furs.

If you could time-travel back to any musical period, where would you go and why?

LF: The 1990s. I loved my childhood.

SN: 1940s and '50s Manhattan/Harlem during the bop and hard-bop era. Do I really need a reason? Bird, Dizzy, Miles, Monk, Trane, Bud Powell, Mingus? That all of those legendary musicians were part of the same scene around the same time is quite simply terrifying.

ZD: Late '60s and early '70s to see some good hard rock.

Bands/musicans who have most influenced your musical taste?

LF: Simon & Garfunkel, Pavement, and Bruce Springsteen.

SN: Lots of jazz guitarists and pianists but especially Kurt Rosenwinkel. Check this guy out, even if you usually don't like jazz.

ZD: Jack White, The Black Keys, Pendulum.

"An Oceanic Adventure" with Luke, Scott, and Zane airs Wednesdays from 8:30-10 a.m. on WBOR 91.1 FM.

-Compiled by Carolyn William