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Beats Antique at the Aggie

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Beats Antique at the Aggie

By: Hen Benerman Sick Beats and Belly Dancing. A bit unusual for the uninitiated, but for fans of Beats Antique, its all part of the draw. On September 14, 2018, the Oakland-born experimental electronic fusion group graced the Aggie Theater with their singularly carnivalesque style. They were also supported by the surprisingly impressive Bassline Drift; all of which came together to make a truly awesome show. While I have admired Beats Antique from afar for some years now, this was my first chance to see them perform live in concert. If you...

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Colorado Classic Recap

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Colorado Classic Recap

By Nick Baker   Colorado State Volleyball is a prolific team, utilizing youth and versatility to get an edge on their opponents. Ram fans saw this taken to a new level this weekend, as CSU took two of their three matches, winning an impressive seven of ten sets played. In this weekend’s Colorado Classic, Colorado State played at home on Friday the 14th against Indiana State, and in Boulder, at Coors Event Center twice on Saturday the 15th against Portland State and Colorado. When the (7-5) Indiana State Sycamores came to Fort Collins,...

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Introduction to NISP – Part 2

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Introduction to NISP – Part 2

Welcome to From the Tap! This is a podcast about the substance that comes straight from your tap, water! We are talking about water sustainability, starting locally and growing to globally. Looking at where our water comes from, how it’s stored, how it’s used and how water looks different all over the world. In this episode we will continue our interview with Adam Jokerst from City of Fort Collins Utilities, learning about and discussing NISP. What is it? How would it affect our community? And more! So join the conversation as we talk about...

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Introduction To NISP – Part 1

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Introduction To NISP – Part 1

Welcome to From The Tap! This is a podcast about that substance that comes straight from your tap, water! We are talking about water sustainability, starting locally and growing to globally. Looking at where our water comes from, how it’s stored, how it’s used and how water looks different all over the world. Water is required for life, we all need it! So join the conversation as we talk about water sustainability. In this very first episode we (Rita and Nycole) will start our conversation about NISP. What’s NISP you ask? Well listen close...

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KCSU Music: Live In-Studio Session with Disturbance Happens

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KCSU Music: Live In-Studio Session with Disturbance Happens

Local blues band, Disturbance Happens, stops into the KCSU studio for the first live session of the 2018 Fall semester. A fairly new band to jump into the Fort Collins scene, the members discuss their collaboration style and perform four original, groovy songs.     http://media.blubrry.com/kcsu_music/p/content.blubrry.com/kcsu_music/EP02_DisturbanceHappensInStudio_PD_EG.mp3Podcast (kcsu-live): Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: Android |...

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CSU Football – Pig Stew: Colorado State Upsets Arkansas in Thriller

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CSU Football – Pig Stew: Colorado State Upsets Arkansas in Thriller

By Ray McGowan Does Colorado State belong in a Power 5 conference? No one really knows, but they sure as hell can beat one. Colorado State faced off against the University of Arkansas Saturday in Fort Collins, the first time an SEC opponent has played in Fort Collins since No. 19 Mississippi State in 1981. The Rams were 14-point underdogs heading into the game and did not give their fans much optimism after a gut-wrenching loss in their season opener against Hawaii and being blown out against their in-state rivals in the Rocky Mountain...

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KCSU Music: Live In-Studio Session with The African Children’s Choir

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KCSU Music: Live In-Studio Session with The African Children’s Choir

KCSU General Manager, Hannah Copeland, hosts a special in-studio session with The African Children’s Choir, a traveling group of Ugandan singers who tour throughout North America. The choir performs three compelling songs, including a wonderful rendition of “Amazing Grace,” and the kids share their favorite part of being on tour. http://media.blubrry.com/kcsu_music/p/content.blubrry.com/kcsu_music/EP01_ACCInStudio_PD_EG.mp3Podcast (kcsu-live): Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: Android |...

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KCSU Music: Interview with Miss Jaedha

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KCSU Music: Interview with Miss Jaedha

Miss Jaedha is a Colorado State University Alumni, who spent her college years and about 7 years after graduation producing music in Fort Collins. She moved to Denver in 2017 to pursue music. She has been fan-voted as the number one electronic music producer in Colorado twice! And in 2015 she was voted best DJ by the Fort Collins Music Experiment. Host Hannah Copeland takes an in-depth look into Miss Jaedha’s present life as an entrpreneur, DJ, and production company owner. Then, you’ll explore how Miss Jaedha grew up too fast due...

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Bad Bad Hats Interview

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Bad Bad Hats Interview

Kerry Alexander’s soft but straightforward vocals drive the tender, indie-pop band Bad Bad Hats’ sophomore album, Lighting Round. Following their strong debut LP, Psychic Reader, Bad Bad Hats continues to provide fervor in songs that confidently approach feelings of hope with heartbreak. Behind her voice and lyrics are a dreamy and infectious instrumental arrangement with melodic, clever ambiance that swings between lulled moments on “1-800” to the ardent driving forces on “Nothing Gets Me High.”  Alexander spared some time to talk with me...

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