Pledge Drive Starts Friday!

Radio 1190 has 3 levels of commitment:  Community, Education & Music and with your generous donation and support, you help to continue the support and growth of all three. Our mission during pledge drive to to gain your support to facilitate our goals of increased community involvement, growth in the educational opportunities Radio 1190 offers to CU Boulder students (and community colunteers), and to showcase ...

01 Oct 5:25 PM 0 Read More...

Album Review: Perfume Genius – Too Bright

Mike Hadreas has never been one afraid to provoke - anyone familiar with his music videos will know this. His music has always had a bare quality to it, but in a subtle, voyeuristic sort of way, as if he’s allowing us to peak a glimpse at some portion of his true self for a fleeting moment, knowing full well that what we see might make us uncomfortable. On Too Bright, Perfume Genius tears down those obstructing cur...

29 Sep 9:16 PM 0 Read More...

James' Music News (9/23)

Our morning show host James compiled a list of fun facts and stories from the wonderful world of music, just for you!  Enjoy, learn, share, repeat. 1) http://pitchfork.com/news/56827-thom-yorke-shares-archival-material-while-radiohead-hit-the-studio/ 2) http://pitchfork.com/news/56753-kendrick-lamar-releases-new-single-i/ 3) http://pitchfork.com/news/56823-devonte-hynes-sky-ferreira-and-britney-spears-demos-le...

23 Sep 4:02 PM 0 Read More...

Album Review: Interpol – El Pintor

When Daniel Kessler and Carlos Dengler first met in a philosophy class at NYU and proceeded to form Interpol, nothing could have prepared them for the onslaught of critical acclaim their excellent 2002 debut album Turn on the Bright Lights received. The band has spent the past decade tweaking their sound, switching labels, and altering their personnel, only to release two albums that managed to capture a portion of B...

22 Sep 8:01 PM 0 Read More...

Album Review: Zammuto – Anchor

The Shape of Things to Come, the ambitiously titled short documentary on Nick Zammuto and his band provides an intimate look at both his creative process as an artist and his intimate home life away from music. In one scene we see Nick carefully measure and then cut divots into the center of an old vinyl record using an X-Acto knife; the record is then spun with the needle placed on that center ring and it makes a so...

19 Sep 6:43 PM 0 Read More...