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The Haunted Windchimes Review from the ARISE Music Festival

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The Haunted Windchimes Review from the ARISE Music Festival

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, exemplified by the fact that the first four songs of their set were each written by a different band member. Two of the...

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Art and Music Come Together at ARISE

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Art and Music Come Together at ARISE

This past weekend was the Arise music festival. Tons of people from Colorado and the surrounding states flooded Sunrise Ranch to experience three days of top quality local and national musical talent. In a past interview with one of the festival’s creators a different aspect of the festival was highly stressed though. The Arise music festival was a co-collaborative festival as well. That means there was a heavy presence in both the art and culture aspects of the festival. And as I checked out the festival this was apparent. As soon as...

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ARISE Music Festival: Dragondeer

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ARISE Music Festival: Dragondeer

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 fits in well with the other Arise music festival acts. A blues purist might not understand what they’re doing...

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Interview: Bridget Law of Elephant Revival

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Interview: Bridget Law of Elephant Revival

  Two weeks before Elephant Revival releases a new album and embarks on a nationwide tour I got the chance to interview fiddle player Bridget of the Nederland, CO band. We talked about her musical background, the social consciousness Revival brings,  life on the road, and a very special midnight set to be played at Arise Music Festival.   Special Thanks to: Rebekah, Vince, and Tyler.     https://kcsufm.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/07/Elephant-Revival4.1wav_01.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: iTunes |...

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2014-15 KCSU Zine

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2014-15 KCSU Zine

Check out our KCSU Zine! It’s really cool and so are you.

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Sonic Bloom Preview- Dirtwire

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Sonic Bloom Preview- Dirtwire

Dirtwire is bringing us his swamptronica at Sonic Bloom this year. His love for the Earth and everyone on it shows through his new album, Riptide. He is extremely excited to be playing at Sonic Bloom and bringing his passions to all of the unified Field. You can catch Dirtwire and 6:45 on Saturday. Click here to see the Sonic Bloom schedule https://kcsufm.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/06/DirtWire_01.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: iTunes | Android |...

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Sonic Bloom Preview- Filibusta

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Sonic Bloom Preview- Filibusta

Filibusta will be laying down the funk twice at Sonic Bloom this year. Once during his set on Friday at 4:15 PM and again at the silent disco Friday from 2:00 – 3:15 AM. Click here to see the Sonic Bloom Schedule in it’s entirety / https://kcsufm.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/06/Fillabusta_01.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: iTunes | Android |...

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Miss Jaedha, your local bass queen

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Miss Jaedha, your local bass queen

Miss Jaedha is a CSU Alumni currently rocking the electronic bass music scene. Recent changes of heart have driven her to pursue what she loves… bass. Her style varies greatly in emotion and sound. Miss Jaedha is always playing around Fort Collins but you can check out her next big performance at Sonic Bloom this year! To hear Miss Jaedha talk more about what she does listen to her in studio interview below. https://kcsufm.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/05/Miss-Jaedha-edited.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: iTunes |...

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Local band Skydyed is hitting the mainstages

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[aesop_gallery id=”4990″] If you haven’t heard of Skydyed yet, you will from now on. Local to Fort Collins, this three-pieced band is beginning to make a name for themselves. Skydyed consists of roots deriving from rock, funk and jazz. They pride themselves on having a diverse and groovy sound that keeps their music interesting and fun. They have only been around for a year and are already on the rise, opening up for bands like RJD2 and Sunsquabi. The band features Andrew Slattery on bass synths and bass guitar, Max Doucette...

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Review: FoCoMX

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Review: FoCoMX

Guess what: FoCoMX was last weekend! In case you’ve never heard, FoCoMX is a two-night event celebrating local music. So, that means Old Town Fort Collins was flooded by over 200 performances (265 to be exact) at over 20 venues, all by local musicians from all over northern Colorado. FoCoMX offers a variety of features that a typical concert can’t offer. First, perhaps most obviously, is the sheer number of events that you have access to by purchasing a ticket – it really is a festival after all. Practically every 15 minutes people have...

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