With an all-star local line-up, Nathaniel Rateliff and the Night Sweats, Paper Bird, and Edison, took the stage at the Mishawaka Amphitheater on September 26th. I got the chance to catch up with Paper Bird’s newest (though not so new anymore) member, Carleigh Aikins. ...
September 29th, 2015
Artist: The Front Bottoms Album: Back On Top Genre: Indie-rock, Rock ‘n’ Roll (What does that even mean?) Recommended if you like: Modern Baseball, blink-182, Sorority Noise, Tigers Jaw When The Front Bottoms announced that they signed to a new label, leaving ...
September 21st, 2015
Hailing from Austin, Texas, The Bright Light Social Hour blends future, southern, and psychedelic rock genres to bring a powerful and exciting sound to their listeners. They build off this sound to create songs that examine politics, social issues, and “the ...
September 16th, 2015
Two weeks before Elephant Revival releases a new album and embarks on a nationwide tour I got the chance to interview fiddle player Bridget of the Nederland, CO band. We talked about her musical background, the social consciousness Revival brings, life on the road, and a ...
July 23rd, 2015
Photo Courtesy of: Shots Fired (Instagram) Graduating from Stanford with a double major in psychology and sociology, Kristine Flaherty went from thinking hip-hop was too misogynistic and simple, to rocking the stage with intense indie-rock, electronic infused hip-hop. ...
July 16th, 2015
Check out our KCSU Zine! It’s really cool and so are you.
June 23rd, 2015
After commercial breakthrough with their hit single “Animal” off of their first album Habits, Neon Trees continues to induce their new wave sound onto everything they produce. Based in Provo, Utah, they started playing in 2005 and waited three years before The Killers’ ...
June 8th, 2015
Local band Slow Caves dropped in to the KCSU studio on Tuesday, April 28th, for an interview and in-studio performance. They discussed their experience at FoCoMx and SXSW, their origins as a band, and upcoming projects for the band. Oh, and they got loud. Very loud. ...
May 4th, 2015
Guess what: FoCoMX was last weekend! In case you’ve never heard, FoCoMX is a two-night event celebrating local music. So, that means Old Town Fort Collins was flooded by over 200 performances (265 to be exact) at over 20 venues, all by local musicians from all over ...
May 1st, 2015