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Tiny Moving Parts Interview

Tiny Moving Parts Interview

Math rock, Screamo, Emo, and even Twinkly Emo are all genres that have been used to describe Tiny Moving Parts. This three-piece family band out of Benson, Minnesota stands out in all of these scenes because they fall under all of them and even more. Versatile, fast-paced ...

Sam Bulkley

August 11th, 2016

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So So Glos Interview

So So Glos Interview

When a band is described as punk, you might assume uncoordinated guitar parts, untrained vocals, and power chord melodies. The So So Glos take the early sounds of punk and fuse it with catchy riffs and melodies while keeping the light hearted and energized spirit of the ...

Sam Bulkley

June 23rd, 2016

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Modern Baseball Interview

Modern Baseball Interview

Modern Baseball is a group of four rambunctious young adults who decided to get together and write about girls and the troubles that they have had with them. They go a step further by creating cathartic, powerful songs that lead to any listener screaming out the lyrics that ...

Sam Bulkley

June 15th, 2016

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FoCoMX Review: Meena Rezaei

FoCoMX Review: Meena Rezaei

Artist: The Covz      I walk into Hodi’s and was welcomed by ambient Christmas lights and The Covz providing the perfect mellow-beach rock to groove to. All the members were dressed to the nines; with bow ties and slacks to match the old school microphone they brought on ...

KCSU

May 16th, 2016

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FoCoMX Review: Lia Conger

FoCoMX Review: Lia Conger

Band: Holdfast The Saturday of FocoMX, April 23, the rock trio Holdfast held down the vibes at the Downtown Artery. Although the group is young, Charlie, Michael and Tommy blend their talents and had the audience entranced by their vocalist’s strong voice and synced up ...

KCSU

May 16th, 2016

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FoCoMX Review: Stephanie Vosicka

FoCoMX Review: Stephanie Vosicka

Artist: Post Paradise         Bringing a fresh new twist on alternative music with a strong emphasis on incorporating the cello, Post Paradise is as enticing live as they are from their latest album Bring It To Life (Side A). With a cultural background from: Colorado ...

KCSU

May 16th, 2016

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FoCoMX Review: Anna Lueth

FoCoMX Review: Anna Lueth

Artist: Izcalli        The Aggie Theatre, a relatively small, yet cozy venue located in downtown Fort Collins, was packed with energetic fans and FocoMx attendees having the time of their lives last weekend. When I first arrived at their show, the “Rock en Español” band from

KCSU

May 16th, 2016

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FoCoMX Review: Mike Nickels

FoCoMX Review: Mike Nickels

Artist: Malai Llama      FoCoMX’s diversity of sound was exemplified throughout Malai Llama’s set Friday night at the Aggie. Their songs ignited through a range of sounds, with epic progression throughout the set. This free form jam band brought fire to the Aggie, with songs

KCSU

May 16th, 2016

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Sorority Noise Interview

Sorority Noise Interview

Fierce, blunt, heart-wrenching lyrics combined with intense guitar riffs and catchy harmonies. That’s how I would describe Connecticut based band, Sorority Noise. Spinning off of his initial project, Old Gray, Cam Boucher created Sorority Noise with friends who figured

Sam Bulkley

April 28th, 2016

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Ramchella Showcases Student Talent (Collegian Feature)

Ramchella Showcases Student Talent (Collegian Feature)

Friday, March 25th, the Student Center’s Grand Ballroom came alive for CSU’s very first student-run music showcase, Ramchella. Unlike past concerts held at CSU, this one was created by the Young Producer’s Organization (YPO), a student organization with a history of creative

Collegian

March 29th, 2016

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