Posts Tagged "KCSU"


The Poppin’ Things Podcast is brought to you by The Rocky Mountain Collegian. On this episode of the “Poppin’ Things Podcast” Alec, Chapman and Nicole discuss WestWorld, Netflix, Celebrties and much more! Chapman Croskell, Alec Erikson and Nicole Conklin can be reached on Twitter at @Nescwick, @CTV_Aceand @NicoleConklin6 or @CSUCollegian Intro and outro music produced by Joshua Horner. Linkdump: Pokemon Sun and...

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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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Interview: Gallant

Interview: Gallant


Posted By on Dec 3, 2016

Gallant has been on the rise since his 2014 debut EP Zebra, showing the world his seamless skills within 90’s soul and R&B. But that was only the beginning of his expressive musical career. He recently came out with his first studio album, Ology, which gives a strong sense of the powerful musician the artist has been working toward. This podcast goes over a conversation we had with Gallant, covering basis from the artist’s...

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The Poppin’ Things Podcast is brought to you by The Rocky Mountain Collegian. On this episode of the “Poppin’ Things Podcast” Alec, Chapman and Nicole discuss Pokemon, Dishonored 2, Call of Duty and much more! Chapman Croskell, Alec Erikson and Nicole Conklin can be reached on Twitter at @Nescwick, @CTV_Ace and @NicoleConklin6 or @CSUCollegian Intro and outro music produced by Joshua Horner. Linkdump: Pokemon...

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Fans of Massachusetts’ post-rock outfit, Caspian are no stranger to the textural soundscapes the band paints throughout their vast catalog of releases. The band’s most recent album, “Dust and Disquiet” represents a sonic shift to a darker tone. When asked how the band was feeling going into writing this record of catharsis, Ashburn replied “We spent a lot of time writing that record. We were in our space...

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