American Gladiator Bandstand Will Determine the Hotel-Trashing King of Denver's Bands

In 2012, Thadeaous Mighell, Mitchell Pond and David Moke came up with the idea for an interactive arts festival after meeting at the now-defunct DIY space Unit E. Soon after, Moke -- who organizes events for the Denver Theater District non-profit -- helped get the ball rolling and Blacktop was born. Although Blacktop is no more, the trio recently created something even more unique: American Gladiator Bandstand....

25 Aug 4:17 PM 0 Read More...

Radio 1190 Sponsors Program Council's 2014 Welcome Fest

  Radio 1190 in partnership with the University of Colorado Program Council is very excited to announce that Kill Paris, EOTO, Bearsohmy, and The Griswolds will be headlining our annual Welcomefest Concert 2014! Taking place on Farrand Field on August 23, 2014, Welcomefest Concert is free exclusively for all CU Boulder students.Indiana native, Corey Baker, began playing music at the age of 15, maste...

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On-Air Next 08.19.14

HOLY CRAP IT IS HOT OUTSIDE. The other night while eating pasta, I started sweating. Maybe I'm the only one that does that. That must mean that it's the end of the summer. Aw man! At least we have preseason football to watch. Oh, and new music! So listen up, children, because these late summer releases are something to keep your eyes on.   Only 18 months after her first EP, England-based R&B experiment...

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Update: Avi Buffalo [via Pitchfork]

After a promising debut album in 2010, psychedelic folk rockers Avi Buffalo all but disappeared. Band leader Avigdor Zahner-Isenberg talks about skipping college, isolation, and the long wait for his upcoming second record, At Best Cuckold. Twenty-three-year-old Avigdor Zahner-Isenberg could have been a relic of indie rock’s past. In 2010, he and his band Avi Buffalo were barely out of high school when Sub Po...

16 Aug 3:21 PM 0 Read More...

Michael Cera Makes an Album, and it's great

So this just happened, Michael Cera made an album and it's called true that, released on Bandcamp. He's no noob to music though, back in 2010 he played with the indie group Mister Heavenly when he wasn't filming Juno and Arrested Development. The album is just really good, it has kind of a bedroom-folk feel which makes sense since he recorded it in a bedroom. You can buy the album for $7 on Bandcamp. Take a listen: ...

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