With an all-star local line-up, Nathaniel Rateliff and the Night Sweats, Paper Bird, and Edison, took the stage at the Mishawaka Amphitheater on September 26th. I got the chance to catch up with Paper Bird’s newest (though not so new anymore) member, Carleigh Aikins. ...
September 29th, 2015
Artist: The Front Bottoms Album: Back On Top Genre: Indie-rock, Rock ‘n’ Roll (What does that even mean?) Recommended if you like: Modern Baseball, blink-182, Sorority Noise, Tigers Jaw When The Front Bottoms announced that they signed to a new label, leaving ...
September 21st, 2015
Hailing from Austin, Texas, The Bright Light Social Hour blends future, southern, and psychedelic rock genres to bring a powerful and exciting sound to their listeners. They build off this sound to create songs that examine politics, social issues, and “the ...
September 16th, 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
This past weekend was the Arise music festival. Tons of people from Colorado and the surrounding states flooded Sunrise Ranch to experience three days of top quality local and national musical talent. In a past interview with one of the festival’s creators a different ...
August 14th, 2015
The following is a review of the ARISE Music Festival by DJs Alex Gumper and Michael Wells: As you first step onto the almost 50-acre plot of land at Sunrise Ranch, the first thing that hits your eyes is the tent city that takes up most of the area. I was amazed at just how ...
August 12th, 2015