Local band Paper Bird stopped by the studio on Friday, February 20, before their show at the Aggie Theater. They talked to DJ Noah and Captain Jack about their transitions as a band, their love for Colorado, and what music they’re listening to right now. Listen to the ...
March 2nd, 2015
Boulder’s very own self-proclaimed “zombie death polka” group Widow’s Bane isn’t your typical band. The Widow’s Bane released their first self-titled album in 2009. Their latest release, Don’t Be Afraid, It’s Only Death ...
February 23rd, 2015
Local band, Post Paradise, visited KCSU after their performance at the Lory Student Center grand opening at Colorado State University. DJ Nova and DJ Atlas got the chance to catch up with the CSU alums before the release of their third album. Check out their in-studio ...
February 4th, 2015
I walked into the Aggie not knowing what to expect from a poetry show at a concert venue. I was greeted by George Watsky, sitting on his own surrounded by fifty fold out chairs in the bar area. Soon, the rest of the forty or so fans streamed into the venue to sit in a ...
January 6th, 2015
KCSU has received thousands of records this year, and as Music Director I’ve been #blessed to listen to a lot of them. Making this list was a lot harder than I expected because 2014 didn’t have as many gems to offer as more recent years. Some of the records that I was ...
December 11th, 2014
It’s about the time of the year we bid adieu to 2014. As music director for the station, I listened to more albums this year than I ever have. And while it was probably the weakest year in music of the decade thus far, there were still a plethora of awesome releases that ...
December 11th, 2014
Keyboardist, Patrick O’Shea speaks about his band Soja and their latest triumphs. He delves deeper into the bands fundamentals and speaks on the fact that only three of them have studied music formally.
July 3rd, 2014
Wick- It the Instigator, hailing from Kentucky, feels at home in the Ozarks at Wakarusa. Southern hospitality is alive and well at the festival where he played two sets. He braved the late night hours at the Satellite Stage, huddled in the woods, from 3:30- 4:45 am Thursday ...
June 19th, 2014
Nestled in the Mulberry Mountains near University of Arkansas in progressive Fayetteville, Wakarusa attracts people from all backgrounds; trust fund college students, flower children of the 60s, rednecks, jam band enthusiasts and everyone in-between. Succeeding a year full ...
June 18th, 2014