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Local band, Native Station, stopped by the KCSU studio to perform some songs off of their releases as well as some special tracks that have yet to be recorded. They talked with DJ TBD about the meanings behind their music as well as the various genres and influences that contributed to how they crafted their own personal sound.    ...

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Members of The Great Salmon Famine stop by to listen and discuss their Self Titled Introductory EP with DJ TBD. They delve into the creation of their unique brand of funk that can often draw upon elements of jazz, progressive rock, and classic rock.   http://media.blubrry.com/kcsu_music/p/content.blubrry.com/kcsu_music/GreatSalmonFamineInterviewPodcast_mixdown.mp3Podcast (kcsu-music): Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: Apple...

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Local alt-rock band, Blue Lane Frontier, joined us for the KCSU On-Campus Series and performed their songs throughout their discography. Blue Lane Frontier is an alt-rock 5-piece band from Fort Collins CO. So far, Blue Lane Frontier have released one EP, one full-length, and a split with another local band. They share their acoustic versions of “Robert Fulton’s Monster,” “Head Start,” and...

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On-Campus Series: Bitter Suns


Posted By on Mar 23, 2018

Local surf-punk band, Bitter Suns, joined us for the KCSU On-Campus Series and perform their songs from their latest and first release, The Electric Sunshine EP. Bitter Suns are a 3-piece punk group from the suburban depths of Fort Collins. They share their acoustic versions of “Degenerate of the Week,” “Rewind (Psychedelics), and “Electric Sunshine.” The On-Campus Series invites local and touring artists...

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Welcome to the second episode of Dinner With Bands. This is a podcast that shares a meal with musicians and asks the underbelly questions. We roll over the norms of being a local musician to bring their lives to light. This episode features Johanna Brown, who has her own business sharing music with seniors in nursing homes, Cassie Cowan, the Venue and Transportation manager at the Mishawaka Amphitheater, and Liz Gaylor the electric...

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