CU Boulder's Radio 1190On Air Next: Muted vocals and instrumental music to help you through finals season

Finals is right around the corner, and I always like to use stressful times like these to recommend some practical music for studying or just getting stuff done. Full Story
On Air Next: Tune in for bangers that may have flown under your radar
I've acquired a handful of bangers off Bandcamp over the past few weeks. They aren't the newest, but these are new to my MP3 library and hopefully to you as well. Full Story

On Air Next: Tune in for new music from Hop Along, Shark Toys and Hinds
Radio 1190 has been bombarded with several exciting releases the past couple of weeks. Here's a look into three of the records we've recently added to our library and why we dig them. Full Story

On Air Next: New albums from old favorites Frankie Cosmos and The Voidz
The world is coming to life once again after a long, grey winter. The same can be said about music: After the typical slow, release season, new music is flooding in and there's a ton of exciting stuff. Full Story

On Air Next: Get a jump on spring with a warm-weather playlist
I don't think spring is anywhere near sprung yet, as I'm sure that snow will fall the second I finish writing a column inspired by the nice weather we've had lately, but I'm choosing to ignore this possibility and do it anyway. Full Story

On Air Next: Tune in for great local releases and catchy electropop
This week features a weird jumble of tunes. From a super catchy indie-pop record to two great local releases, we are really mixing things up this week, so let's just get into it. Full Story

On Air Next: Uplifting and relaxing music to help you through midterms
Midterms have been hitting me hard this semester. When school has me really stressing, it's always hard to find that perfect balance with music: uplifting, but not so happy it reminds you of how unhappy you are; relaxed, but not too calm as to make you lazy. Full Story

On Air Next: Cabo Boing, Gecko and American Pleasure Club now spinning on campus
The past few weeks have seen the release of a ton of rockin' new music. From Palm's "Rock Island" to the re-recording and release of Car Seat Headrest's "Twin Fantasy," there's a lot going on. Full Story

On Air Next: Get your dance fix and a taste of the '80s from this pair of new albums
A lot of great music has come out in the past couple of weeks. A couple of new records have me excited because they both seem to draw something from the '80s but still manage to sound like themselves. Full Story

On Air Next: New music from Hovvdy, No Age and Porches lives up to the hype
All three of the albums I'm talking about today are albums that I, and everyone else, have been talking about for a while. Full Story

On Air Next: Denver-based Popcorn of Fear just dropped the CD of the month
Popcorn of Fear's self-titled record is Radio 1190's CD of the month. The album is a blend of light, intricate pop. Full Story

On Air Next: A shout out to truly unique artists Yesol, Don Gero and Uranium Club
I could use this column to write about another big-budget fake independent record that Pitchfork gave an 8.5. Full Story

On Air Next: Jello Biafra on fashion, electronic music and 'Terminal City Ricochet'
I had the chance to chat with Boulder native, ex-Dead Kennedys singer, Alternative Tentacles founder and all-around freak Jello Biafra. Full Story

On Air Next: Tune in on Christmas Day for 'Naughty and Noise'
The year is winding down and the holiday season is in full swing. This time of year, new releases are few and far between, so I thought I'd offer up some of my favorite Christmas tunes and hopefully help you shake up your holiday playlist a little bit. Full Story

On Air Next: Top 10 records of 2017
When the end of the year rolls around, I'm excited for the holidays and the time off from school, but what really gets me going are the top 10 lists. Full Story

On Air Next: Relevant then, relevant now
There's always something really rewarding about finding something that's old, but new to you, and relatively undiscovered. Full Story

On Air Next: CD of the month: John Maus "Screen Memories"
In addition to being one of my favorite musicians, John Maus is one of the most interesting characters I've encountered in independent music. Full Story

On Air Next: A short Thanksgiving playlist from CU Boulder's Radio 1190
Thanksgiving is right around the corner, and that means a break from school, plenty of turkey and awkward family dinners. Full Story

On Air Next: CCFX and Dawn People now spinning on CU Boulder's Radio 1190
DFA Records has long been known as one of independent music's most reputable and influential record labels, with one of its cofounders being James Murphy of LCD Soundsystem. Full Story

On Air Next: Three records from northwest Indiana's bangin' punk scene
I would like to tell you all that I am originally from northwest Indiana. My home region features Lake Michigan, steel mills, The Gary SouthShore RailCats, farmland and a really bangin' punk scene. Full Story

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College footballCU football: Buffs reeling from first blowout loss

Turnovers, sacks allowed pile up in defeats

After many of Colorado's Pac-12 losses over the years, there was a helpless feeling coming from the Buffaloes.

 
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(Matt York / Associated Press)
College footballCU football: Buffs reeling from first blowout loss

Turnovers, sacks allowed pile up in defeats

After many of Colorado's Pac-12 losses over the years, there was a helpless feeling coming from the Buffaloes.

 
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Second Story Garage: Gasoline Lollipops

The Boulder alt-country band gives its EPs names such as Death and Resurrection, and its songs bear the mark of hard truths and sin. But the punk energy behind the playing, and the sense that it's all in good fun, make it OK to dance to a song like "Death." Full Story