05 Mar, 2013

On-air next: Side projects from Radiohead, Thurston Moore and more…

Each week Radio 1190’s Music Director Sam Goldner delivers the latest in music, and what’s being added to our airwaves...click here to get the skinny!

It seems like everybody I know finally got sick the weekend everything started looking nice outside again, as per typical cruel hand of the weather gods. In music related news however, Pitchfork have finally unveiled the first round bands to play at Pitchfork Fest this year and it’s just as kooky as the headliners beforehand! (Bjork, R. Kelly and Belle & Sebastian for those who haven’t been following.) Highlights include The Breeders playing Last Splash, the return of Joanna Newsom, a sure-to-be-crushing set by Swans, and the duo that created one of 1190’s favorite records from last year (R.A.P. Music) Killer Mike and El-P will both be in attendance! Festivities abound.

Diving into radio related matters however, this week brings a round of big names to the more obscure nature of rotation as of late. Radiohead fans can delight at the release of Thom Yorke side project Atoms for Peacereleasing their debut Amok to much anticipation, continuing the glitch electro aspirations of Yorke’s solo debut The Eraser. Flea and Nigel Godrich join in the fun as well.

For worshipers of the unholy noise, cool-guy virtuoso Thurston Moore has a new solo project as well, going under the name Chelsea Light Moving for their self-titled debut. Fans of Moore’s downbeat pop stylings and distorted interludes will naturally be delighted at this tasteful collection of tracks.


And speaking of tasteful, last but not least 1190 has a new CD of the Month, going to none other than Manchester’s Mazes! Their new record Ores & Minerals comes off like the miracle baby of Neu!’s krautrock and Television’s high brow punk, loaded with awesome hooks and a comfortable fuzziness. Highly recommended.

Other additions include:

Youth Lagoon – Wondrous Bughouse

Autechre – Exai

Son Volt – Honky Tonk


  1. March 06, 2013

    Hey, I just heard that the INSPIRE members of CU Student Government want to zero out your funding. Specifically their budget proposal says:

    • Reduce Operations Allocation ($123,484)
    o Due to KVCU’s insignificant amount of listeners, their unwillingness
    to place any mention of CUSG or Colorado University on their website,
    their refusal to solicit corporate sponsors, and their poor performance
    and business practices, we believe it is inappropriate to fund KVCU
    out of student fees.

    Do you folks have a response to this? Would you like to reach out the the new UNITE ticket for help?

  2. alex
    March 09, 2013

    Hi Walker! We just went through the budget hearing this issue is completely resolved. These newly appointed members, we think, were not very well acquainted with what Radio 1190 stands for and its importance with the student community! However, we made a case that showed what an asset Radio 1190 is to students and university, and with many members of CUSG on our side, we will continue to do what we do best.

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