Top study break song?
Liam Killion: If it's a chill break, right now the answer is "Rill Rill" by Sleigh Bells, but if I'm looking to build some momentum, it's probably going to be "Tonight's the Night" by Red Man. And can I just say, Free Earl Sweatshirt.
Zach Winters: "Lights Please" by J. Cole. It's just soothing enough to prepare me to get back on the grind.
Will Albuquerque: "Nookie" by Limp Bizkit.
What is your favorite song lyric, and from what song?
LK: "Get Dookie Wid It" - Mac Dre.
ZW: "She said, Why do men always have to stray? / He said, I'm bad, not as bad as Eric Benet" - Common, "Faithful."
WA: "On the slow-mo the calm artist with the so-so chick, Chased them all like Cairo did to Slobodan Milosevic" - MF DOOM, "I Hear Voices."
If you could meet any live musician or artist, who would you meet and why?
LK: I would want to meet Gaspard Augé and Xavier de Rosnay because after watching "Across the Universe," they seem like an awesome couple of guys to go on an adventure with.
ZW: Nicki Minaj, so I could let her know she has my undying affection.
WA: Ian Curtis. I'm a big Joy Division fan. If he's not available, then Miley Cyrus or her father, Reverend Billy Ray Cyrus.
Would you ever join a garage band?
LK: I was in a basement jam band in high school, so I don't think I can say no to that question.
ZW: Only if we were exclusively a James Taylor cover band.
WA: Only if it's a jam band with Liam. Bring the beard back!
Best hip hop song ever written?
LK: I would say it's a tie between "Gimme the Loot" by the Christopher Wallaces and "Lucifer" by Jay-Z.
ZW: "C.R.E.A.M." by the Wu Tang Clan.
WA: "Passin' Me By" by The Pharcyde.
Why did you decide to become a DJ?
LK: I love playing and listening to music and recommending new music to people, and I love the sound of my own voice.
ZW: I would never pass up the opportunity to critique other people's work for two hours on air.
WA: I love the sound of Liam's voice.
Finish the sentence: If music be the food of love...
LK: Then solving world hunger just got easier.
ZW: ...then our radio show is like an Old Country Buffet.
WA: ...then our show is like a Tee Jayes Country Place.
What song would you dedicate to your favorite Bowdoin professor?
LK: I would dedicate "Turning Japanese" by The Vapors, but that's too obvious, so instead I'll say "The Sick Bed of Cúchulainn" by The Pogues because I don't really know any Stiff Little Fingers.
ZW: "P.H.A.T.WA." by The Narcicyst.
WA: "My Philosophy" by Boogie Down.
What would you wear to an '80s music concert?
LK: All Denim Everything.
ZW: I would go out of my way to avoid an '80s music concert.
WA: Canadian Tuxedo.
What is the best musical instrument ever invented in your opinion?
LK: Electric guitar, obvi.
ZW: The Talk Box, á la Peter Frampton.
If you wrote a song called "My College Roommate," give a lyric from it.
LK: "You are a hipster / your jeans are tight, you drink PBR at night / I know your parents give you lots of money / I think you study psuedosociopoliticalethnomusicology / But you want to date a field hockey player / Hipster roommate, I don't think I'll ever understand you, but I still love you, bro."
ZW: "You act all postmodern and you read Sam Gill / But we both know Mircea Eliade is trill." Shout out to Wilson Taylor!
WA: "I met a new man who I just can't quit / Zach Winters got me preggers, and I'm keepin it."
-Compiled by Mariya Ilyas
Tune in to "Bárrage à Trois" with DJs Killion, Winters and Albequerque every Wednesday from from 8-10 p.m. on WBOR 91.1 FM or stream online at wbor.org.