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By Isaiah Reyes Earl Sweatshirt created a moment during his performance in Denver’s Cervantes on Thursday night. “There’s all these different variables that go into creating a moment, as opposed to creating a song.” Earl Sweatshirt said with NPR’s Microphone Check in 2015 after debuting his second studio album “I don’t like S***, I Don’t Go Outside: An Album by Earl Sweatshirt.” After his three-year hiatus, the 25-year-old Thebe...

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By Adam Ekstedt It was filthy. Just raunchy! A nasty display of grimy bass was dripping off the walls at The Aggie Theatre in Fort Collins on April 3. Flosstradamus and Ill-Banks poured on the muck for the opening night of the Hdyfest Global Warning Tour. Who is Flosstradamus Flosstradamus is recognized as a Trap music pioneer out of Chicago. Their original blend of electronic and hip-hop paved the way for their musical success. Now a...

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On Tuesday I talked with Bob Boilen of National Public Radio Music. Boilen is the creator of both the Tiny Desk Concerts as well as the podcast All Songs Considered. Spinning off of the Tiny Desk Concerts, Boilen began the Tiny Desk Contest for which artists from all over the country are submitting videos of themselves playing original songs behind a desk. The age limit for submissions was dropped from being 21 years old to 18. In...

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Live In-Studio: Cactus Cat

Live In-Studio: Cactus Cat


Posted By on Apr 5, 2019

The six member Cactus Cat crew joined me in the studio last week to share their love of surf-rock. They performed a combination of originals and covers throughout the set, and we discussed their intriguing band name and influences between songs. http://media.blubrry.com/kcsu_music/p/content.blubrry.com/kcsu_music/Cactus_Cat_In-Studio.mp3Podcast (kcsu-live): Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: Android |...

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Live In-Studio: Mitchell James

Live In-Studio: Mitchell James


Posted By on Apr 3, 2019

Mitchell James brought some bars to the airwaves last week as he performed some tracks live from our studio. We discuss the challenges of being in a lyric driven genre, stigmas in rap, and more throughout the conversation. Mitchell debuts a new track called “Winter Pt. 2” about half way through his performance.   http://media.blubrry.com/kcsu_music/p/content.blubrry.com/kcsu_music/Mitchell_James_In-Studio.mp3Podcast...

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By Hunter Haskins On a windy Denver evening, Grizfolk, Flor and Andrew McMahon in the Wilderness played a concert that brought warmth to the chilled audience. On March 9, the Filmore Auditorium became an amplifier of sound and genuine connection as Grizfolk, Flor and Andrew McMahon in the Wilderness each gave the audience both great music and good feelings. Grizfolk, a Los Angeles band, started the concert with some solid alt-indie...

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