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On this episode of The Rocky Mountain Review, JD and Emily interview Frank Boring, CSU’s documentary filmmaker, on the upcoming documentary for CSU’s 150th anniversary. Next, they cover local news, featuring a segment on Odell’s Cloud Catcher beer and a CTV performance from local artist Danielle Ate the Sandwich. This episode also features national news, Thanksgiving-themed cupcake tips from Podcast Director Cheyenne...

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Wildermiss has been gaining major traction in the state since winning KTCL’s Big Gig and Hometown for the Holidays competitions, and KCSU was lucky to host the Colorado band in the studio for a live performance and interview. The group discusses what the past year has been like since receiving more recognition, as well as what college radio means to them. (AJ Frankson | Collegian)  ...

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Newcomers to the Fort Collins music scene, Andy and Kurt of the local band Taft Hill stopped into the studio for an acoustic performance and interview with DJ TBD. They discuss their future goals as a band and the multiple sources throughout life that they draw inspiration from. http://media.blubrry.com/kcsu_music/p/content.blubrry.com/kcsu_music/TaftHillPODCAST_mixdown.mp3Podcast (kcsu-live): Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe:...

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The Unheard Voices of College Radio

The Unheard Voices of College Radio


Posted By on Nov 15, 2018

By: Monty Daniel All we ever talk about are the artists who make the music, but what about the people who have helped them get to where they are today? College radio is where many musicians, including Tegan and Sara, R.E.M. and even The Smiths got their start. Without the assistance of radio promoters and college radio as a whole, many artists would never see success, no matter how good they are. College radio provides a safe place...

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The Wonder Years Interview

The Wonder Years Interview


Posted By on Nov 14, 2018

The Wonder Years’ earlier releases contained a sense of raw energy, captured in the depths of suburban Philadelphia and reflected the emo and pop-punk genres disdain for living in suburbia hell. Surrounded by white picket fences and false faces of the community, they found a niche of fans who felt the same feelings towards their hometown. The raw energy of their earlier records like The Upsides and Suburbia I’ve Given You All and Now...

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By: Haley Justino Members of the local fusion-funk group, The Great Salmon Famine, stopped into the studio for the Local Lunch Hour show with DJ TBD to discuss new music. The Great Salmon Famine talked about their collaborative writing style as a band and their focus on honing their on-stage performance skill as a cohesive unit....

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