Marisa Brand and Camille Corbett are sophomores who play their show “410alt with Marisa and Camille” every Thursday at 7PM Eastern. Marisa is a Political Science and Marketing major from Orange, California and Camille is a Psychology and Women, Gender and Sexuality major from Raleigh, North Carolina. Their show has been on air for two years, and they usually play alternative music and indie rock. They are both in Theta, are not pumped about this election cycle, and will carry their emo secrets to the grave.
Tell us the story behind the name of your program.
So, we were roommates freshman year and we lived in the room 410a from that we got 410alt. It was a happy coincidence when we figured out that the Baltimore area code is actually 410.
Do you do themed shows? What themes?
We like to do holiday themed shows. So far we have had St. Patrick’s day, Halloween and Christmas.
What music do you typically play on your show?
Alt/indie rock. Camille is more alt rock or pop punk and Marisa is more alt or indie pop.
Do you talk on your show? How often? About what?
We banter about the hilarity that is our lives.
What other extracurriculars are you involved in?
We are both in Theta!
Any favorite bands or songs?
We try not to repeat songs but you will hear a lot of Gin Wigmore, Panic!, Imagine Dragons, Busty and the Bass, and Twenty One Pilots.
Defend your favorite guilty pleasure music.
Camille: Drag Queen music is fantastic and you should try it before you bash it. (Yes, we have lost facebook likes for posting too many Drag Queen gifs.)
What’s in your tinder bio?
Marisa: “I plan on running the world one day. Recruiting minions.”
Why is it so expensive? We are broke college students.
Who are you voting for?
Were you ever emo?!
What happened in middle school stays in middle school.
Listen to 410alt with Marisa and Camille at 7PM Eastern on Thursdays on WJHU! You can also take a peek at what is usually played on their show on their Spotify account and you can follow them on Facebook for updates about their show!
By Ruth Landry on March 2, 2016, 6:38 p.m.