In commemorating the 100-year anniversary of the Mishawaka Amphitheater, music lovers donned their best 80’s get-up, packed their camping gear and took the 45-minute journey up the Poudre Canyon Friday, March 25th, to participate in the celebration. Commonly known as the ...
April 1st, 2016
When you work on a puzzle, you put hundreds or thousands of pieces together, right? Those pieces by themselves don’t necessarily do much. But, when the puzzle is completed, the pieces function together as a big, pretty picture. And there’s a parallel to this found in nature:
March 7th, 2016
Let’s break down your morning commute. You get in your car or you ride your bike. You know that your car or your bike is yours because of its license plate, its color, where you parked it. You have a key and it allows you to access your vehicle. You drive and you know where ...
February 18th, 2016
The ferocious Canadian Punk-Rock band, PUP, has a couple of exciting announcements for their fans for 2016. A new album, a couple of tours, and a bunch of misfits having a good time. After releasing a new single, “DVP”, PUP announced a new album and the name ...
February 16th, 2016
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 ...
February 9th, 2016
This past weekend we held our annual DJ-a-thon to raise money to improve our studio for live performances. Four graduating seniors were locked in the studio for 24 hours asking listeners for donations. We raised a total of $916 dollars thanks to our generous donors. Each ...
December 21st, 2015
Review: One Day This Will All Make Sense by The Covz By Kalyn Bessert Artist: The Covz Album: One Day This Will All Make Sense Genre: Sad Boy Indie Rock Recommended if you like: U2, (Early) Coldplay, Bon Iver Prepare yourself for a roller coaster of emotions, local band The ...
December 7th, 2015
Returning back to the music scene after You, Me, and Apollo, songwriter Brent Cowles visited the KCSU studio for a performance and interview on the current happenings of his new music. With the sounds of his guitar and the authentic belting of his poetry, Brent Cowles fills ...
November 23rd, 2015
Every year in mid-October, music directors and other staff from around the country flock to New York City for the CMJ Music Marathon and Radio Conference. I fortunately got the chance to fly out to the Big Apple as the music director for KCSU, to experience the hype of CMJ. ...
November 4th, 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