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    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
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    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

    On Air Next: St. Vincent and King Krule are the big names spinning on Radio 1190 this week
    We've been trying to refocus our sound a little bit over at Radio 1190. And what we've generally concluded is that we want to be more selective about the big-time, bigger-label artists we play. Full Story

    On Air Next: Tune in for stressful and studyful music this week
    School is hard. Midterms suck. And the hardest part of it all is finding the willpower to continue. Luckily for you, I have the one true answer: Music! Full Story

    On Air Next: CU Boulder's Radio 1190 spinning new albums from Ariel Pink and Reptaliens
    Boulder has had a longstanding reputation as a hippie mountain mecca. Home of quinoa, cannabis, yoga, tons of people on bikes, granola and kombucha. Full Story

    On Air Next: Dig into the past with a post-punk compilation
    There's always something to be discovered when digging through the stacks at Radio 1190. Our station is pretty stoked to call itself home to about 30,000 CDs as well as thousands of vinyl records. Full Story

    On Air Next: Tune in to CU Boulder's Radio 1190 this week for new punk from Metz and Washer
    Trump's in the White House, and I'm recommending you new music. Like President Trump, I am both unqualified and unprepared, because the task of picking the best new music to recommend to you, Colorado Daily readers, is a great one. Full Story

    On Air Next: Cozy acoustic sounds for fall with Double Double Whammy
    It's been nice to feel a little bit of cool weather creep in. Any back-to-school gloominess I may have been experiencing has been completely washed away by my excitement for autumn. Full Story

    On Air Next: Tune in to CU Boulder's Radio 1190 for Chad VanGaalen and Banny Grove
    The past couple of weeks have seen the releases of some of the year's most anticipated records from a handful of independent music's biggest and brightest: LCD Soundsystem, Deerhoof and a slew of smaller artists have subsumed 1190 in the most exciting wave of new music that 2017 has yet to see. Full Story

    On Air Next: Change is in the air; Girlpool and Mac DeMarco are on the airwaves
    Summer is almost here. The weather is warming up, life is slowing down and change is in the air at Radio 1190. Full Story

    On Air Next: Greatest hits remix this week with Yo La Tengo, Animal Collective and Mount Eerie
    I'm almost out of here! If you're a graduating senior like myself, we're probably feeling the same strange mixture of trepidation and excitement. Full Story

    On Air Next: Tune in to hear new music by a CU alum
    If you've read the Daily for more a year, you know that James Calvet wrote "On Air Next" before I took the post. Full Story

    On Air Next: Moody tunes from Arthur Russell, RF Shannon and Pile
    It's prom week for Radio 1190! We're all looking forward to Radio Prom this Friday night at Club 156 in the UMC. Full Story

    On Air Next: Sneaks, Porter Ray and Jake Xerxes Fussell now spinning on campus
    There's surely something to strike your fancy on Radio 1190 this week. Here's a lowdown on some of today's best new music. Full Story

    On Air Next: New albums from The Magnetic Fields, Father John Misty and Spoon
    Recently, we've been getting weird on Radio 1190. From obscure '70s cuts to killer local bands, we hope you turn on Radio 1190 and constantly hear something you've never heard before. Full Story

    On Air Next: Xenon Superstar, Ovaltine and BODY MEAT spinning on campus
    I'm back from Austin, sunburned, exhausted and content. While I was down there, I spent some time scouting out the best bands, and I was not disappointed. Full Story

    On Air Next: Old favorites and underground gems make a comeback this week
    Here at Radio 1190, we have about 25,000 records to our name, handpicked since 1998 with guaranteed quality. Full Story

    On Air Next: Polyrhythmic pleasures this week with Thundercat, Ponytail and Hellier Ulysses
    Polyrhythms have been ruining my life. It probably started with Talking Heads. There was something about David Byrne's lust for strange rhythmic patterns that set my brain on fire and got my feet pumping. Full Story

    On Air Next: Post-punk playing on campus this week with Tim Darcy, POW! and Scarves
    We have three great new records spinning this week on Radio 1190. Tim Darcy normally fronts the Canadian post-punk band Ought, but his new record "Saturday Night" brings his voice to unheard places. 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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    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

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