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Soon to be Titans has been missing from the local scene for a few years as their new album, “Voyager,” has taken a while to create. We discuss this album’s three year process and the its interstellar inspiration between live performances of unreleased songs. Intro/Outro Music: “Hello”- Jaunt http://media.blubrry.com/kcsu_music/p/content.blubrry.com/kcsu_music/Soon_to_be_Titans_Mixdown_1.mp3Podcast...

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By: Mia Sawaya February 6th, 2019 Nick and Amy from local band Post Paradise came to the studio to share a new song, give away tickets to their show February 15 and more. After playing an acoustic version of “Kill It,” Roast Paradise, their fittingly named coffee blend, was the first topic of discussion. This was a collaboration between Post Paradise and Jackie’s Java and free samples of this unique product will be...

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By: Local Music Director Jan. 30, 2019 Glissline, an electronic artist from Denver, came to our studio to share his futuristic album, Horizon. We discussed his background in computer science and the optimistic implications of his music between the live performances. Towards the end of the set, Glissline performed a new song called Coreauthgohd, which captures the style his future music will emulate. Music: “Hello” by Jaunt...

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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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Video: Clay Rose In-Studio

Video: Clay Rose In-Studio


Posted By on Nov 7, 2018

Clay Rose, of Widow’s Bane and the Gasoline Lollipops, visited us in our KCSU studio to perform acoustic renditions of the songs “Old Bayou,” “Burns,” and “Come Here To Die” live on air. Clay may get a little offended if you tell him that he resembles Mortimer Leech, the frontman of The Widow’s Bane. “He’s very loud, very offensive. Not a guy you want to hang out with,” Rose said about Leech...

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