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A Revival To Remember

A Revival To Remember

There’s nothing quite like the pulse through your bones that only ever happens in the presence of a well-mic’ed bass. And whether it’s that pulse, the steadfast environmentalism, or the contagious stomp-and-sway characteristic of Mountain Folk, any ...

Laurelle Turner

December 13th, 2016

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#7: Dango Rose of Elephant Revival

#7: Dango Rose of Elephant Revival

Enjoy here an interview with Dango Rose, founding member and bassist for the mountain folk band, Elephant Revival. Originally hailing from Nederland, CO, the band has always embraced an environmental message, yet has also always promoted a truth and freedom in their music; ...

Laurelle Turner

December 13th, 2016

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#9: Was YouTube Rewind Accurate?

#9: Was YouTube Rewind Accurate?

The Poppin’ Things Podcast is brought to you by The Rocky Mountain Collegian. On this episode of the “Poppin’ Things Podcast” Alec, Chapman and Nicole discuss Spider-man, Netflix, The Holidays and much more! Chapman Croskell, Alec Erikson and Nicole ...

Laurelle Turner

December 13th, 2016

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#8: Are Celebrities Given Too Much?

#8: Are Celebrities Given Too Much?

The Poppin’ Things Podcast is brought to you by The Rocky Mountain Collegian. On this episode of the “Poppin’ Things Podcast” Alec, Chapman and Nicole discuss WestWorld, Netflix, Celebrties and much more! Chapman Croskell, Alec Erikson and Nicole ...

Laurelle Turner

December 5th, 2016

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#6: John Simmons of Balance & Composure

#6: John Simmons of Balance & Composure

Gutted, raw emotion with rhythmic and spacey guitar that can change to a power chord verse in a heartbeat was how Balance & Composure was defined in their own niche. With the new release of their new album, Light We Made, the band starts off on something new that a lot ...

Sam Bulkley

December 3rd, 2016

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#5: Gallant

#5: Gallant

Gallant has been on the rise since his 2014 debut EP Zebra, showing the world his seamless skills within 90’s soul and R&B. But that was only the beginning of his expressive musical career. He recently came out with his first studio album, Ology, which gives a strong ...

Mimi Hibben

December 3rd, 2016

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#6: Do We Need Six Spiderman Movies?

#6: Do We Need Six Spiderman Movies?

The Poppin’ Things Podcast is brought to you by The Rocky Mountain Collegian. On this episode of the “Poppin’ Things Podcast” Alec, Chapman and Nicole discuss Pokemon, Dishonored 2, Call of Duty and much more! Chapman Croskell, Alec Erikson and Nicole

Laurelle Turner

November 14th, 2016

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#4: Jonny Ashburn of Caspian

#4: Jonny Ashburn of Caspian

Fans of Massachusetts’ post-rock outfit, Caspian are no stranger to the textural soundscapes the band paints throughout their vast catalog of releases. The band’s most recent album, “Dust and Disquiet” represents a sonic shift to a darker tone. When ...

Danny Steiner

November 9th, 2016

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#5: Will Netflix’s New Series Be “Unfortunately” Bad?

#5: Will Netflix’s New Series Be “Unfortunately” Bad?

The “Poppin’ Things Podcast” is brought to you by the Rocky Mountain Collegian. On this episode of the “Poppin’ Things Podcast” Alec, Chapman and Nicole discuss the “Dr. Strange,” A Series of Unfortunate Events, Wonder Woman ...

Laurelle Turner

November 7th, 2016

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#2: Hannah Holbrook of SHEL

#2: Hannah Holbrook of SHEL

On September 16, SHEL, a local indie rock band from Fort Collins, made a quick stop at the Bizarre Bazaar in town for a small concert and vinyl album release. One of the four sisters in the popular band, Hannah (piano and vocals), was kind enough to call in to interview with

Laurelle Turner

October 21st, 2016

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