Posts Tagged "interview"


Enjoy here an interview with Dango Rose, founding member and bassist for the mountain folk band, Elephant Revival. Originally hailing from Nederland, CO, the band has always embraced an environmental message, yet has also always promoted a truth and freedom in their music; something entirely unique to them. On their way up to The Aggie Theater in Fort Collins, Dango was kind enough to call in to the studio to chat with our host,...

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Gutted, raw emotion with rhythmic and spacey guitar that can change to a power chord verse in a heartbeat was how Balance & Composure was defined in their own niche. With the new release of their new album, Light We Made, the band starts off on something new that a lot of alternative/pop-punk bands from the east coast are seeming to follow. There is something unique about the maturity of the pop-punk/emo revival scene that B&C...

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On August 26th, 2016, RamFest 2016 kicked off the fall semester for the Colorado State campus with a huge concert paired with local food trucks and plenty of beautiful, evening weather. Rising stars Coleman Hell and R. City opened for The Head and The Heart (THATH), ahead of THATH’s old-out show at Red Rocks on August 28th. Tyler Williams, drummer for THATH, called into KCSU-FM for an exclusive interview, conducted by our host,...

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Tiny Moving Parts Interview

Tiny Moving Parts Interview


Posted By on Aug 11, 2016

Math rock, Screamo, Emo, and even Twinkly Emo are all genres that have been used to describe Tiny Moving Parts. This three-piece family band out of Benson, Minnesota stands out in all of these scenes because they fall under all of them and even more. Versatile, fast-paced hammering combined with lead singer Dylan Mattheisen’s almost Tom Delonge inspired writhing vocals gives the band a unique sound that isn’t present...

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So So Glos Interview

So So Glos Interview


Posted By on Jun 23, 2016

When a band is described as punk, you might assume uncoordinated guitar parts, untrained vocals, and power chord melodies. The So So Glos take the early sounds of punk and fuse it with catchy riffs and melodies while keeping the light hearted and energized spirit of the culture. I describe them as classic, energetic punk with a lick of modern sounding flavor. But with that flavor is a message combining these songs with political...

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