Typhoon - "White Lighter"

When I think of big, oversized music groups, I think cacophonies. A-synchronistic melodies and often non-sensical lyrics; wide-ranging harmonies and alluring imagery. Broken Social Scene; Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeroes; The Arcade Fire; Gogol Bordello. They’re eclectic and chaotic, and if done right, these messes of musicians have the ability to pull their sound off. Eleven piece Portland outfit Typhoon is ...

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WIn Tickets to the Greenway Foundation After Party on the Bridge

Radio 1190 is supported by The Greenway Foundation. Join us Friday, September 13th for a night of local Music and community based engagement at the Bridge Party Benefit Afterparty, courtesy of The Greenway Foundation and Radio 1190. The event is a celebration of Urban Life above Denver's most beautiful and vital natural asset, the South Platte River and will feature catered street food, local cocktails and bevera...

04 Sep 3:17 PM 0 Read More...

Califone - "Stitches"

There are few artists with a discography as consistently brilliant as Califone. Since the dissolve of the Chicago roots-garage group Red Red Meat in the late 90's, Tim Rutili and company have been producing folk music as Califone, blending electronic soundscaping, tape manipulations, and open-tuned guitars into profound and undeniably American music.   Their newest release, "Stitches", sees Rutili stepping...

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2013 Review/Preview

Review/Preview Album Highlights By Sam Goldner 2013 seems to be the year where even the impossible has become possible. With My Bloody Valentine emerging from their 22-year slumber to release the follow up to Loveless, Boards of Canada finally putting out a new album, and Neutral-effing Milk Hotel reuniting, it seems like the motto of the year is never say never. But even outside the larger indie releases of th...

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Colorado Daily: "Radio 1190: CU Boulder's very own underground airwaves"

Radio 1190 turns up the volume on the local scene By Ashley Dean POSTED:   08/29/2013 03:31:55 AM MDT CU student and DJ Laila Eskin changes songs while adjusting sound levels for her show "Laila at the Lunch Hour" in the Radio 1190 studio. ( RACHEL WOOLF ) Volunteer with Radio 1190With students graduating and continuing improvements, Radio 1190 is always looking for new talent. All of Radio 1...

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