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Venture Still is an easy listening indie band with powerful vocals and impressive classically trained talent. They perform original pieces as well as enjoyable covers which creates a playful atmosphere. They performed live in the KCSU studio on September 6th, 2017. 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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The Omaha Boys are a talented duo that play enjoyable tunes full of unique, funny lyrics, and the occasional lap steel guitar. Songs like, “Bigfoot” and, “Skymall” will have you smiling and grooving along. They performed live in the KCSU studio on September 5th, 2017. 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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  “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 their own dime....

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After months of feeling like her domestic abuse case was hushed by the University, Stephanie Bess is looking for justice. For Bess, a junior at Colorado State University and a D1 track athlete, justice looks like having a voice – having a voice to tell the story of her abusive relationship with Colorado State University basketball star Gian Clavell, as well as the University’s mishandling of her case. Read the full article on the...

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2016 has been a hot pile of garbage. However, out of the dregs of this nightmare have come some of the best albums to date. While trends in the industry are volatile and seem to change arbitrarily, at any time; this year has brought about what feels like some of the most honest music in years. Some albums from this year featured a more stripped down minimal instrumentation, while others took advantage of experimenting with elements of...

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