On-air next with CU-Boulder's Radio 1190

On-air next with CU-Boulder's Radio 1190: Allah-Las, The Abigails and Pallbearer It's the most wonderful time of the year. New students are moving into dorms, creating hellish traffic in Boulder, pro cyclists are closing all roads in the Front Range and not to mention that everyone and their mother are dumping perfectly good ice water on their heads so they don't have to donate to charity. The world is a crazy pla...

26 Aug 5:55 PM 0 Read More...

August CD Of The Month

Lese Majesty - Shabazz Palaces- (pronounced Lay-zey Majesty) When the lights dim down on these hot summer evenings, you need the perfect soundtrack to escape from the mundane day-to-day at your summer job. For the late night chill sessions on your porch, let Lese Majesty by Shabazz Palaces take you on a hazy head-trip like no other hip-hop album can.   Formerly of the Brooklyn-based Jazz Rap trio Diga...

01 Aug 9:00 AM 0 Read More...

Bays Disappoints in Mounties

Steve Bays, the Canadian indie rock icon and frontman of Hot Hot Heat, has kept busy since putting Hot Hot Heat on hiatus in 2010. Bays has since started an experimental group called Fur Trade, been featured on a track by Steve Aoki, and more recently has been playing with his newest group called Mounties. Ryan Dahle and Hawksley Workman – both successful musicians in the Canadian realm – join Bays to make Mounti...

14 Jul 5:55 PM 0 Read More...

On-Air Next 07.08.14

The following was originally posted in the Colorado Daily. “On-Air Next @ Radio 1190” July 8, 2014 By Sam Goldner   Hope everyone had a fruitful July 4th weekend, some legendary shows coming up this week with Budos Band coming to the Fox and the Bluebird, Natural Child coming to the Hi-Dive this Saturday, and twin appearances from Mac DeMarco and Amen Dunes at the Gothic and Lost Lake, respectively. T...

08 Jul 7:54 PM 0 Read More...

"Contra A Copa": The Brazilian People vs. FIFA World Cup

Soccer is the most popular sport in the world, and Brazil is the epicenter of fútbol fanatics. When FIFA chose Brazil to host the 2014 World Cup in 2007, the government was ecstatic to have the opportunity to impress the world with its beautiful scenery, people, and stadium architecture. You'd think the Brazilian people would be just as excited to host the most widely viewed sporting event in the world, but thi...

02 Jul 9:00 AM 0 Read More...