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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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A band new to the Fort Collins local scene, the members of Alone At The Gym put on a great show in the KCSU studio for the Local Lunch Hour with DJ TBD. In between high energy performances of highly dynamic, original tunes, the guys discuss the group’s formation and how they find inspiration to create their, “progressive sad boy” sound. (Photos by Josh Schroeder of The Collegian)...

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Local blues band, Disturbance Happens, stops into the KCSU studio for the first live session of the 2018 Fall semester. A fairly new band to jump into the Fort Collins scene, the members discuss their collaboration style and perform four original, groovy songs.     http://media.blubrry.com/kcsu_music/p/content.blubrry.com/kcsu_music/EP02_DisturbanceHappensInStudio_PD_EG.mp3Podcast (kcsu-live): Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe:...

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KCSU General Manager, Hannah Copeland, hosts a special in-studio session with The African Children’s Choir, a traveling group of Ugandan singers who tour throughout North America. The choir performs three compelling songs, including a wonderful rendition of “Amazing Grace,” and the kids share their favorite part of being on tour....

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KCSU Music: Interview with Miss Jaedha

KCSU Music: Interview with Miss Jaedha


Posted By on Aug 28, 2018

Miss Jaedha is a Colorado State University Alumni, who spent her college years and about 7 years after graduation producing music in Fort Collins. She moved to Denver in 2017 to pursue music. She has been fan-voted as the number one electronic music producer in Colorado twice! And in 2015 she was voted best DJ by the Fort Collins Music Experiment. Host Hannah Copeland takes an in-depth look into Miss Jaedha’s present life as an...

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