This week of the KCSU Music podcast features an interview with the band Alright Alright about their new album, Crucible. Listen to their creative process, how their family life mixes with their career, and what it's like to release such a personal piece of work during the chaos of the global pandemic. Photo usage/credit courtesy of Alright Alright. … [Read more...] about Getting To Know Denver-based duo, Alright Alright
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Recently during quarantine, assistant music director Yasmin Conchas was able to sit down with The Q-Tip Bandits and discuss their recent project, Ain't It Great. … [Read more...] about Music Mondays: The Q-Tip Bandits Interview
The Peace Corps is a well-known organization founded in 1961 to send volunteers abroad with a three-fold mission: promote world peace and friendship by improving lives internationally, help others understand U.S. culture, and bring the experiences from volunteers back to the U.S. to engage people at home. With a drastically changing international political climate, the Peace Corps has had to navigate new challenges domestically and abroad. In order to understand how this has impacted members of the Corps and how it can impact those interested in the organization, you’ll hear from several members of the Corps about their experiences, how they dealt with challenges in their assigned countries, and how they feel about the future of the Corps.
In this episode of the podcast, Katie and Monty discuss the two genres that are highly enjoyed and widely detested. Country gets a bad reputation for being about trucks, girls and boots while Rock has always been seen as the world-renowned genre. In this episode, Katie and Monty go into the effects of depression, gun control and much more deep topics that Country and Rock have … [Read more...] about Ep. 6: Country vs Rock