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We Are Seekers: A Review of Volume 1 by Brothers in Yarn

We Are Seekers: A Review of Volume 1 by Brothers in Yarn

Artist: Brothers in Yarn Album: Volume 1 Genre: Indie Rock Recommended if you like: Death Cab for Cutie, Dashboard Confessional Volume 1 by Brothers in Yarn is, simply put, an astonishingly beautiful album.  From the very beginning you feel as though you are being invited to

Natalie Pace

November 30th, 2016

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30 Seconds To Music- “Twenty88” by Big Sean & Jhene Aiko

30 Seconds To Music- “Twenty88” by Big Sean & Jhene Aiko

Oscar Lorandi reviews Big Sean and Jhene Aiko’s new album, Twenty88. 30 Seconds to Music is a music review series where DJs from around the KCSU station review their favorite new releases, in 30 seconds or less! Have an album you want featured? Let us know at ...

Bradford Stahl

November 15th, 2016

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30 Seconds To Music- “22, a Million” by Bon Iver

30 Seconds To Music- “22, a Million” by Bon Iver

DJ Snazzy Seth reviews Bon Iver’s new album, 22, a Million. 30 Seconds to Music is a music review series where DJs from around the KCSU station review their favorite new releases, in 30 seconds or less! Have an album you want featured? Let us know at video@kcsufm.com !

Bradford Stahl

November 10th, 2016

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30 Seconds to Music: “Freetown Sound” by Blood Orange

30 Seconds to Music: “Freetown Sound” by Blood Orange

DJ Meenbeatz reviews Blood Orange’s new album, Freetown Sound. 30 Seconds to Music is a music review series where DJs from around the KCSU station review their favorite new releases, in 30 seconds or less! Have an album you want featured? Let us know at video@kcsufm.com !

Bradford Stahl

November 9th, 2016

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Album Review: “Out to Graze” by The Malai Llama

By: Dominic Fante There’s no shortage of local jam bands in Colorado, but The Malai Llama seems to be among those leading the pack lately. The Nederland-based quartet recently headlined the Fox Theater with Mike Travis of The String Cheese Incident and EOTO, as well as ...

Dominic Fante

October 25th, 2016

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Still Breathing: A Review of Green Day’s Revolution Radio

Still Breathing: A Review of Green Day’s Revolution Radio

“I get my kicks and I wanna start a rager…” With those words, heard for the first time by a wide audience on August 11th the return of Green Day had begun, not just to music, but also to top form.  Revolution Radio is the tenth album of all new material put out by Green Day ...

Natalie Pace

October 10th, 2016

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Seventy Nine Minutes with Tory Lanez

Seventy Nine Minutes with Tory Lanez

Versatile doesn’t even begin to identify Tory Lanez. From redefining the overlap of rap and R&B, to incorporating the seamless beauty of production through his beats, Lanez has been on the come-up since he first started underground in 2010. His latest reveal, the ...

Mimi Hibben

October 4th, 2016

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Raven Rundown – Jenny Owen Youngs

Active since: 2005 Discography: 3 Albums Last released material: Sadly she has not released new music since her third album came out in 2012, hopefully she puts something new out soon! Why she’s awesome: Her music is a great mix of sounds, each album feels both very ...

Natalie Pace

October 3rd, 2016

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Interview: Keith Buckley of Every Time I Die

Interview: Keith Buckley of Every Time I Die

Every Time I Die is a band that has aged like a fine red wine. With the release of the band’s eighth LP “Low Teens”, Every Time I Die has come back with a visceral right hook to the face of an album packed with a relentless track list that serves as ...

Danny Steiner

October 3rd, 2016

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Album Review- “Love Lines,” by The Maytags

It’s a truly remarkable experience when an album you weren’t expecting too much out of quickly shoots to the top of your favorites list after just one listen. The record, “Love Lines,” by The Maytags, is one such example of these glorious, diamond in the rough, hidden gem ...

Haley Justino

September 15th, 2016

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