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  DJ TBD hosts the Orca Welles during the weekly Local Lunch Hour show. With classic rock and surf rock vibes, the band puts on an energetic performance and also discuss their formation and future plans as a group that is often separated by many states. http://media.blubrry.com/kcsu_music/p/content.blubrry.com/kcsu_music/ORCAWELLESPODCAST_mixdown.mp3Podcast (kcsu-live): Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: Android |...

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Summary: Colorado State University redesigns a 2016 Camaro for the EcoCar3 electric car competition in May of 2018. Colorado State is the only team to include a vehicle-to-grid on board charger, to use the car as a storage system for energy from the grid. CSU student Emily Taylor walks us through this charger and other innovations they are using to further adoption of electric vehicles. This episode was originally aired on March 22,...

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On this episode of the Rocky Mountain Review, the news team interviewed Jensen Woods, external coordinator of the Lory Student Center regarding the upcoming TedxCSU event. After a quick break they go into local news discussing Bill 51, a proposed bum stock assault rifle ban, Denver Mayor’s sexual assault case, and the withdrawal of a candidate for governor, followed by sports. Later they go into national news and discuss the...

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Members of The Great Salmon Famine stop by to listen and discuss their Self Titled Introductory EP with DJ TBD. They delve into the creation of their unique brand of funk that can often draw upon elements of jazz, progressive rock, and classic rock.   http://media.blubrry.com/kcsu_music/p/content.blubrry.com/kcsu_music/GreatSalmonFamineInterviewPodcast_mixdown.mp3Podcast (kcsu-music): Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: Apple...

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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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More Than Music at KCSU

More Than Music at KCSU


Posted By on Mar 21, 2018

By: Chiara Garland KCSU is known for its delivery of new music and support for local artists. This college radio station also ensures to support students in sports broadcasting. The KCSU Sports Department is a ever-growing part of Rocky Mountain Student Media. The men behind the programming, Nick Baker and Bryan Buck, will enter their fourth semester as sports directors this fall. Together, Baker and Buck host four sports shows,...

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