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On their way through Fort Collins, The Brazen Youth, an indie group from Connecticut, stopped by the station to play and discuss music. With a fresh EP released earlier this year, the band has been touring the country since July. Throughout the session they played three songs from their latest EP. We discussed the influences of Connecticut and the reactive nature of music- you can hear the full session below. — Support local...

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Choir Vandals, an alternative band from St. Louis was passing through the state last week, and while they were here they stopped by KCSU. They played four songs throughout the set, and between songs we had a tangent filled conversation. We started the conversation with how the band name originated from an anxiety filled camping trip, and ended up discussing Evelyn McHale’s suicide. There was also quite a bit of discussion about...

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Live In-Studio: weareforests

Live In-Studio: weareforests


Posted By on Dec 10, 2019

A few weeks ago weareforests, a local ambient folk band, came to our studio to perform live music. Among the double bass, ambient vocals, and focused drums was a random conversation waiting to happen. Between weareforests’ original music, we discussed their stage plot’s ‘existential dread zone,’ how nature influences the band and ended up with a sporadic conversation involving mustaches. Listen to the full...

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Live In-Studio: Places Back Home

Live In-Studio: Places Back Home


Posted By on Nov 19, 2019

In celebration of their newest EP, “The Color & Decay,” Places Back Home came to KCSU for an in-studio performance. They’re a post-folk band that got their start at CSU who have now mostly moved to Denver. Despite the introspective lyrics, the group has a hilarious chemistry together. The band’s positive personality came through as we discussed the artwork of the EP, the band’s involvement with...

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Dynamic is the best word to describe yesterday’s show. Hippo Campus and the Greeting Committee sold out one of Fort Collins’ biggest venues, Washington’s, and gave one of the most energetic performances I’ve seen. The night started off with The Greeting Committee, an indie-rock band from Kansas City who can only give 110%. They carefully crafted the setlist to do each song justice, which is a difficult thing to...

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