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On-Campus Series: Venture Still

On-Campus Series: Venture Still


Posted By on Apr 26, 2018

Venture Still joined us for the KCSU On-Campus Series and performed songs from their discography as well as a cover of Ed Sheeran’s “Shape Of You” Venture Still blends thick organic textures with electronic elements to produce their take on alternative pop/rock. So far, they have released a single EP called “Live Again” in 2017. They shared their acoustic versions of “Lost” and “A Lot...

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Local alt-rock band, Blue Lane Frontier, joined us for the KCSU On-Campus Series and performed their songs throughout their discography. Blue Lane Frontier is an alt-rock 5-piece band from Fort Collins CO. So far, Blue Lane Frontier have released one EP, one full-length, and a split with another local band. They share their acoustic versions of “Robert Fulton’s Monster,” “Head Start,” and...

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On-Campus Series: Bitter Suns


Posted By on Mar 23, 2018

Local surf-punk band, Bitter Suns, joined us for the KCSU On-Campus Series and perform their songs from their latest and first release, The Electric Sunshine EP. Bitter Suns are a 3-piece punk group from the suburban depths of Fort Collins. They share their acoustic versions of “Degenerate of the Week,” “Rewind (Psychedelics), and “Electric Sunshine.” The On-Campus Series invites local and touring artists...

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Colorado’s Wire Faces has a sound that can only be described as bigger than the sum of its parts. Their music seethes with primal energy, chaos and melodic finesse. Frontman and drummer Shane Zweygardt, guitarist Ian Haygood, bassist Menyus Borocz and multi-instrumentalist Echo Sandoval-Gabel stylistically blend elements of post-punk into their afro-beat inspired, experimental rock ‘n’ roll. Wire Faces perform their songs “Chain...

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KCSU’s Favorite Albums of 2017

KCSU’s Favorite Albums of 2017


Posted By on Dec 23, 2017

2016 was a hard year to compete with in terms of music. Last year, there seemed to be an explosion of energy from the music industry and its constituents. This year didn’t seem to have that feeling to it. It felt more like a transition year for many artists as many highly anticipated albums seemed to fall short. That being said, there are always the records that shine through and inspire to keep pushing the realms of our music...

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