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Fort Collins band Shatterproof stop by the KCSU station for the Local Lunch Hour with DJ TBD to discuss their process of music creation which includes topics such as werewolves and social anxiety. Their unique blend of eclectic genres helps the band carve a significant space for themselves within the Colorado music landscape.  ...

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Boulder band Foxfeather stop by the KCSU station for the Local Lunch Hour with DJ TBD to discuss music collaboration within the Colorado music scene among other topics. Their songs, “The Fox,” “Come and Get Me,” and “Lunatic,” all establish a strong sound for the band while each bringing something different and unique to each performance....

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California based duo Dauzat St. Marie stop by the KCSU studio during their first ever Colorado visit​​. They discuss their growth and creative translation from past musical endeavors as well as what it’s like touring with big names like Rick Springfield. The live performance of songs like “Time Slips Away,” and “Crash Over Me,” radiate powerfully with Heather’s commanding vocals combined with...

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“Essential Sounds,” a serious of performances, allow gritty rock bands to explore the creative process of translating their hard-hitting songs into intimate, equally compelling acoustic versions. The Mishawaka Amphitheatre has partnered with Fort Collins’ favorite Road 34 to present a new live music series at the Campus West bar and bike shop. KCSU is proud to collaborate with the series and The Mishawaka to help promote and celebrate...

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A Denver band, The Runnikine discuss the energy of improvisation and the power of planning in this live interview with DJ TBD. The band ruminates on their past and current experiences concerning releasing their first EP and performing support for some high profile gigs.    https://media.blubrry.com/kcsu_music/p/ia601504.us.archive.org/24/items/RunnikinePodcastMixdown/RunnikinePodcast_mixdown.mp3Podcast (kcsu-music): Play in new window...

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Denver based rapper, Kitty Crimes, stopped by the university’s 2017 fall break to spit some lyrics and discuss ideas surrounding creative innovation during a live performance with our Chief Operator, Hannah Copeland. Are you a local or Colorado-based band? Want to come and hang out with us in-studio? Email us at local@kcsufm.com....

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