90.5 KCSU FM Presents the Skeller Sessions: a weekly video of local musicians interviewing on 90.5 FM with DJ Quest in between their sets on the Spokesbuzz stage at the Ramskeller at Colorado State University. This Week: No Fences YouTube / KCSU Media – via Iframely
October 21st, 2015
Andrew Nielsen has been working his same job for over ten years. His job isn’t any normal job, though. Even his life as a musician isn’t anywhere close to a normal life of a musician. Falling into his own niche of post-punk laptop rap, along with nerdcore and ...
October 14th, 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
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
Formed almost 10 years ago by Jason Hann and Michael Travis of String Cheese Incident, EOTO brings a unique, all-improvised punch to electronic dance music. KCSU had the chance to interview Jason about his musical beginnings, the start of EOTO, and his future plans. EOTO ...
June 29th, 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
Ballet School, a multi-national synth pop trio based in Berlin, Germany, is currently out on their first tour of the United States with Montreal dream pop group Seoul, supporting their great debut album The Dew Lasts an Hour. They stopped by the Larimer Lounge in Denver ...
April 28th, 2015
Forming in Chicago in 1998, OK Go have been bringing new ideas to the music industry since they started. Generally known for their largely creative music videos, OK Go are also known for putting on amazing live shows. They are currently on tour supporting their new album ...
April 22nd, 2015
The Last Bison, an indie-folk band from Chesapeake, Virginia, dropped by KCSU Tuesday in advance of their show at the Larimer Lounge in Denver the same night to play a few songs and talk to DJ ZJ and DJ DLauren. Below, listen to them perform “This Changes ...
April 1st, 2015