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This is the recording of Serpentfoot’s live in-studio at KCSU. Serpentfoot is a local Fort Collins band. They have a lo-fi garage sound with some obvious surf rock influences. Their music can be found at serpentfoot.bandcamp.com 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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Interview: Adam Carson of AFI

Interview: Adam Carson of AFI


Posted By on Apr 8, 2017

AFI drummer and founding member Adam Carson talks to KCSU’s Danny Steiner about the Blood Album, evolving as a band, and AFI’s aesthetic. In preparation for writing this article I went back and listened to the album that got me into AFI: Sing the Sorrow. I was immediately taken aback to my eight year old self getting into punk. The full orchestration, the sweeping choruses, and the punchy songs through out the album...

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I absolutely love it when an album turns out to be such a wonderfully unexpected listening experience. The nine track album, ‘Devil is Fine,’ by Zeal & Ardor is one of those special gems that hits you out of left field and stays in your head for a long time after. Released in the beginning of March, this album takes two completely different genres and expertly mixes them together to create a remarkably special sound....

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With KCSU being a creative platform for musical expression, we pride ourselves with our knowledge and passion toward valuing a diverse array of music. Whether that be emo-punk or smooth jazz, we are all able to come together to celebrate the growing community of music. 2017 is a year for appreciating good music, and anticipating what there is to come from our favorite artists. Here at KCSU, our staff consists of many different...

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  “WE ARE THE DIY CONTEMPORARIES“ Calling all do-it-yourselfers; our generation, our cultural narrative.    From our backyards and our unfinished basements, the voices of a generation play in the margins here in Fort Collins, Colorado.   Here, we are the DIY contemporaries. DIY culture means that bands who might normally pay the money to have producers and publicists, instead create, direct, and produce on...

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While I obviously love places like Red Rocks and 1st Bank Center, in my opinion, there’s something so special and unique about smaller venues that you just can’t get in a larger setting. Smaller scale shows are especially powerful when it’s sold out, everyone’s packed together like a bunch of music loving sardines, and the bands are absolutely rocking everyone’s collective face off. Such was my experience Saturday night the 25th at...

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