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Brent Cowles: In-Studio

Brent Cowles: In-Studio


Posted By on Nov 23, 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 his music with the feelings of his soul. Click the link above to listen to the in-studio with DJ Vega!  ...

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The indie/alternative rock quartet, Post Paradise, came into the KCSU studio for a live performance and interview in promotion of their new album ‘Bring It to Life (Side A)’. Hailing from Fort Collins, CO, the band focuses on the cello in order to create a unique indie classical vibe that provides the perfect nuance of edginess. The Side B part of the album is set to release later in 2016. Click the link below to listen to the...

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The following is from our KCSU DJs Alex Gumber and Michael Wells: At a festival like Arise, a four-piece acoustic bluegrass band seems to stand out. The Haunted Windchimes are a band from Pueblo, Colorado, and stand out is exactly what they did. With a combination of guitar, ukulele, banjo, and accordion, accompanied by a four-part singing harmony, an orchestral sound is created. Each band member partakes in the songwriting,...

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ARISE Music Festival: Dragondeer

ARISE Music Festival: Dragondeer


Posted By on Aug 11, 2015

Dragondeer is a local Colorado psych-blues band that has been growing in popularity. After having recently played the Grolsch festival in Europe they were at the Arise music festival. Their music is a combination of a jam blues band with psychedelic touches. On top of a classic blues feel the band brings wah mandolin, delayed harmonica, and several other psychedelic influences. Their sound is a comfortable modern twist to a genre that...

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Boulder’s very own self-proclaimed “zombie death polka” group Widow’s Bane isn’t your typical band. The Widow’s Bane released their first self-titled album in 2009. Their latest release, Don’t Be Afraid, It’s Only Death certainly has its vaudeville influences, yet it also channels New Orleans dixieland. To say this music is a fusion of many genres is a bit of an understatement. There are...

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