Posts Tagged "90.5 KCSU"


FoCoMX Review: Stephanie Vosicka

FoCoMX Review: Stephanie Vosicka


Posted By on May 16, 2016

Artist: Post Paradise         Bringing a fresh new twist on alternative music with a strong emphasis on incorporating the cello, Post Paradise is as enticing live as they are from their latest album Bring It To Life (Side A). With a cultural background from: Colorado Springs, Florida, and New York, the band brings a whole melting pot of emotion and passion into their work. With rugged vocals that remind you of a lower pitched version...

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FoCoMX Review: Anna Lueth

FoCoMX Review: Anna Lueth


Posted By on May 16, 2016

Artist: Izcalli        The Aggie Theatre, a relatively small, yet cozy venue located in downtown Fort Collins, was packed with energetic fans and FocoMx attendees having the time of their lives last weekend. When I first arrived at their show, the “Rock en Español” band from Denver, Izcalli, had already begun their public jam sesh on stage. I took a spot towards the front, leaning on the rails that separated the dancing crowd from the...

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FoCoMX Review: Mike Nickels

FoCoMX Review: Mike Nickels


Posted By on May 16, 2016

Artist: Malai Llama      FoCoMX’s diversity of sound was exemplified throughout Malai Llama’s set Friday night at the Aggie. Their songs ignited through a range of sounds, with epic progression throughout the set. This free form jam band brought fire to the Aggie, with songs evoking a high paced dance party into slow and groovy melodies. The combination of the guitar shredding, bass slapping, drum rocking, and keys groovin’ created a...

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Sorority Noise Interview

Sorority Noise Interview


Posted By on Apr 28, 2016

Fierce, blunt, heart-wrenching lyrics combined with intense guitar riffs and catchy harmonies. That’s how I would describe Connecticut based band, Sorority Noise. Spinning off of his initial project, Old Gray, Cam Boucher created Sorority Noise with friends who figured they were a band after two practices. Touring with Citizen, Turnover, and Milk Teeth, I got to talk to Cam before the show at the Marquis Theatre. How’s tour been...

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Friday, March 25th, the Student Center’s Grand Ballroom came alive for CSU’s very first student-run music showcase, Ramchella. Unlike past concerts held at CSU, this one was created by the Young Producer’s Organization (YPO), a student organization with a history of creative projects. This year they decided to take on a massive project highlighting a mix of genres with music groups including at least one current CSU student. Funding...

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