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Weekly News Roundup: March 13, 2015

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Weekly News Roundup: March 13, 2015

Here’s your weekly news roundup for the week of March 9th – 13th. The University of Oklahoma showed a swift and strong hand this week in response to a video of Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity members chanting racial slurs on the way to a formal event last Saturday. OU President David Boren and SAE were quick to condemn the behavior, with the chapter being immediately suspended from national affiliation and from campus. Tuesday evening, two fraternity members involved were suspended and subsequently apologized, noting that the chant was taught...

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Weekly News Roundup: March 6, 2015

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Weekly News Roundup: March 6, 2015

Here’s your weekly news roundup for the week of March 1st – 6th. Harrison Ford was injured Thursday in a plane crash. The actor, who has been tapped to reprise his role as Han Solo in the Star Wars revitalization, is 72. Ford experienced engine failure in his personal plane shortly after taking off from the Santa Monica Airport. He attempted to return, but instead was forced to make an emergency crash landing on a golf course. Ford was the only passenger; he is in stable condition and expected to make a full recovery. Survivors of...

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Paper Bird Interview And In-Studio Performance

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Paper Bird Interview And In-Studio Performance

Local band Paper Bird stopped by the studio on Friday, February 20, before their show at the Aggie Theater. They talked to DJ Noah and Captain Jack about their transitions as a band, their love for Colorado, and what music they’re listening to right now. Listen to the interview and hear some of their new songs from their upcoming album! https://media.blubrry.com/kcsu_music/p/kcsufm.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/02/Paperbirds.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: Android |...

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Local Band Widow's Bane In-Studio Friday

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Local Band Widow's Bane In-Studio Friday

Boulder’s very own self-proclaimed “zombie death polka” group Widow’s Bane isn’t your typical band. The Widow’s Bane released their first self-titled album in 2009. Their latest release, Don’t Be Afraid, It’s Only Death certainly has its vaudeville influences, yet it also channels New Orleans dixieland. To say this music is a fusion of many genres is a bit of an understatement. There are elements of folk, metal, sea chanty, punk, and even klezmer. The band is comprised of seven members: Mortimer...

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Post Paradise In-Studio Performance and Interview

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Post Paradise In-Studio Performance and Interview

Local band, Post Paradise, visited KCSU after their performance at the Lory Student Center grand opening at Colorado State University. DJ Nova and DJ Atlas got the chance to catch up with the CSU alums before the release of their third album. Check out their in-studio performance and learn more about the band!     https://media.blubrry.com/kcsu_music/p/kcsufm.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/02/Post-Paradise-Interview_mixdown.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: Android |...

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Watsky Interview

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Watsky Interview

I walked into the Aggie not knowing what to expect from a poetry show at a concert venue. I was greeted by George Watsky, sitting on his own surrounded by fifty fold out chairs in the bar area. Soon, the rest of the forty or so fans streamed into the venue to sit in a semicircle around one single bar stool. Watsky, a rising indie hip-hop artist, started his performing career as a slam poet and won the Brave New Voices National Poetry Slam in 2006. For his tour of his new album All You Can Do, he decided to incorporate an exclusive poetry show...

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KCSU's Top Albums of 2014 (Cheyenne McCoy)

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KCSU's Top Albums of 2014 (Cheyenne McCoy)

KCSU has received thousands of records this year, and as Music Director I’ve been #blessed to listen to a lot of them. Making this list was a lot harder than I expected because 2014 didn’t have as many gems to offer as more recent years. Some of the records that I was most excited for ended up being flops, and musicians that I’d never heard of totally stole the show. Here are my 20 favorite records of the year:   20. Conor Oberst, Upside Down Mountain Upside Down Mountain is definitely not the best album that Conor has ever put...

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KCSU's Top Albums of 2014 (Zach Johnson)

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KCSU's Top Albums of 2014 (Zach Johnson)

It’s about the time of the year we bid adieu to 2014. As music director for the station, I listened to more albums this year than I ever have. And while it was probably the weakest year in music of the decade thus far, there were still a plethora of awesome releases that graced my ears over the last twelve months. Here are the ones that I loved the most. Honorable Mentions Alvvays, Alvvays Aphex Twin, Syro Ballet School, The Dew Lasts an Hour Gazelle Twin, Unflesh How to Dress Well, What is this Heart? Joyce Manor, Never Hungover Again Lydia...

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Soja speaks about their latest projects.

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Soja speaks about their latest projects.

Keyboardist, Patrick O’Shea speaks about his band Soja and their latest triumphs. He delves deeper into the bands fundamentals and speaks on the fact that only three of them have studied music formally.       Soja https://media.blubrry.com/kcsu_music/p/kcsufm.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/07/Soja.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: Android |...

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Wick-It the Instigator Interview

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Wick-It the Instigator Interview

Wick- It the Instigator, hailing from Kentucky, feels at home in the Ozarks at Wakarusa. Southern hospitality is alive and well at the festival where he played two sets. He braved the late night hours at the Satellite Stage, huddled in the woods, from 3:30- 4:45 am Thursday evening. Friday afternoon, he played a set at the same stage to a much larger and enthusiastic crowd. He was happy with his sets and praised Waka for the opportunity and experience. After three years preforming at the festival, Wakarusa has become a home. He was excited to...

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