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Artist: Cage the Elephant Album: Tell Me I’m Pretty Genre: Indie Rock with hints of Spaghetti Western soundtracks Recommended if you like: Arctic Monkeys, The Fratellis, Black Keys   The fourth studio album from Kentucky-based Cage the Elephant is an interesting new development for the band who broke into the scene in 2009 with their self-titled album. Their new album, Tell Me I’m Pretty, is produced by Dan Auerbach...

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Fort Collins folk/indie rock duo, Old Hours, stopped by the KCSU studio for an in-depth interview and acoustic performance. The pair, Anna and Nathaniel, approach their music with a dark and light melodic approach. Listen to their in-studio with Demo and DJ Nova below!   https://media.blubrry.com/kcsu_music/p/kcsufm.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/11/Old-Hours-Revision-9_28.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: Android...

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  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 Bar/None Records, I had mixed feelings about how this album would turn out. Especially because the label they happened to sign to was Fueled By Ramen,...

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K.Flay Interview

K.Flay Interview


Posted By on Jul 16, 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. Starting as a hip-hop artist on the West Coast, K.Flay has made a pretty amazing name for herself. Whether being featured on “Coastin’” by Zion I or opening for huge...

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Artist: San Cisco Album: Gracetown Genre: Indie Rock Recommended if you like: Vampire Weekend, Tennis, TOPS, Portugal. The Man I’d like to start by simply saying: This album is REALLY good. The Australian quartet is back for their sophomore album, Gracetown. San Cisco formed in 2009 and have been producing some high caliber indie pop twee magic ever since. With three EPs (Golden Revolver, Awkward, and Beach) and two full studio...

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