Artist: Post Paradise Bringing a fresh new twist on alternative music with a strong emphasis on incorporating the cello, Post Paradise is as enticing live as they are from their latest album Bring It To Life (Side A). With a cultural background from: Colorado ...
Artist: Izcalli The Aggie Theatre, a relatively small, yet cozy venue located in downtown Fort Collins, was packed with energetic fans and FocoMx attendees having the time of their lives last weekend. When I first arrived at their show, the “Rock en Español” band from
Artist: Malai Llama FoCoMX’s diversity of sound was exemplified throughout Malai Llama’s set Friday night at the Aggie. Their songs ignited through a range of sounds, with epic progression throughout the set. This free form jam band brought fire to the Aggie, with songs
Friday, March 25th, the Student Center’s Grand Ballroom came alive for CSU’s very first student-run music showcase, Ramchella. Unlike past concerts held at CSU, this one was created by the Young Producer’s Organization (YPO), a student organization with a history of creative
March 29th, 2016
Aritcle by Zoe Jennings. For more about this Collegian article, click here. A polar bear mascot, Disney songs and a raging mosh pit – an unusual combination for most concerts, but nothing out of the ordinary for a typical ska show. The Aggie hosted Reel Big Fish featuring ...
February 23rd, 2016
Every year in mid-October, music directors and other staff from around the country flock to New York City for the CMJ Music Marathon and Radio Conference. I fortunately got the chance to fly out to the Big Apple as the music director for KCSU, to experience the hype of CMJ. ...
November 4th, 2015
This past weekend I had the privilege of attending Boston Calling. This is a semi-annual music festival held in City Hall Plaza in the heart of Boston. Many big names were at this season’s event like Of Monsters and Men, Hozier, The Avett Brothers, Alt-J, Alabama ...
October 1st, 2015
Every year since I’ve been at CSU, there have been two main events that ring in the end of summer: moving into a new place, and Riot Fest. Since my freshman year I have attended this festival, and still have yet to be disappointed by it, and this year was no exception!
September 3rd, 2015
This previous weekend I spent my time away from RamFest and traveled down to a different type of “country” theme. Instead of listening to country music singer, Lee Brice, I decided to see bands ranging from System of a Down, Modest Mouse, Pixies, The Vandals, ...
September 2nd, 2015
The following is from our KCSU DJs Alex Gumber and Michael Wells: At a festival like Arise, a four-piece acoustic bluegrass band seems to stand out. The Haunted Windchimes are a band from Pueblo, Colorado, and stand out is exactly what they did. With a combination of guitar,
August 18th, 2015