Weekend Roundup || 11.08 - 11.10

It's time for Radio 1190's weekend roundup, where we tell you about everything that's happening in the Denver/Boulder area. Big thanks to everybody who donated during our pledge drive last week, it wouldn't have been the same without you. Celebrate with some music, starting Friday night at the Boettcher Concert hall where Gregory Alan Isakov will be performing behind his record, the weatherman. Then Saturday...

08 Nov 5:24 PM 0 Read More...

Fall Concert Favorites

This fall has been jam-packed with artists coming through the Denver/Boulder venues. We asked our street team which shows were their favorites. Here is what they said: Sam: Gold Panda was an awesome example of a DJ set where the DJ was clearly active in making the music, and Disclosure is probably the most I've danced since LCD. Henry: Fuzz was an insane showcase of the musicianship of Ty Segall. Along with h...

06 Nov 6:31 PM 0 Read More...

Thank You

We would just like to take this opportunity to thank each and every one of you who helped us this Pledge Drive. Thank you to our volunteers who came in the wee hours of the morning to answer phones. Thank you to our DJ's who not only play beautifully crafted sets, but completed the always difficult task of asking strangers for money with grace and charisma. Thank you to our staff who worked more than overtim...

04 Nov 4:06 AM 0 Read More...

Tim Hecker - "Virgins"

The world of experimental ambient music is a small one, and yet Montreal’s Tim Hecker has built a unique name for himself as one of the pioneers of this constantly evolving scene. His newest release, “Virgins,” trades in some of the hovering synthesizers of his previous work for an actual chamber orchestra, and the resulting album is a haunting yet beautiful expanse of sounds that serves as an ideal introductio...

01 Nov 4:41 PM 0 Read More...

Tim Hecker - "Virgins"

Tim Hecker’s latest creation is nothing short of masterful. The new album, Virgins, released on October 14 is as artful as an ambient soundscape can ever hope to be. It is more ethereal and organic than any of his previous work. Instead of his traditional style of pure studio production, he enlisted the help of Bedroom Community affiliated orchestral musicians.  The Icelandic record label and music collective is w...

30 Oct 8:47 PM 0 Read More...