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What The Magic Whip does is downright remarkable: it's not designed for anyone but existing Blur fans, catering to them only while deliberately blocking out any newcomers with its lazy, bizarre and somewhat demented take on pop formality.   Full Story
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Finals are almost here. AHHH! Here at Radio 1190, staff members are losing hair, crying in corners of the room and having mental breakdowns.   Full Story
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Music festivals have always been trendy — but now they are "trending." Anyone with Twitter and/or Instagram has most likely been bombarded by excessive posts about Coachella.   Full Story
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Festival will feature some of best music Northern Colorado has to offer.   Full Story
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It was a challenge to learn, but Zappa Plays Zappa tour will play "Waka/Jawaka" album in its entirety.   Full Story
The following list represents the most viral tracks on Spotify, based on the number of people who shared it divided by the number who listened to it, from Monday April 13, to Sunday, April 12, via Facebook, Tumblr, Twitter and Spotify.   Full Story
Now the Alabama Shakes face this unavoidable rite of passage. The bar band from Athens, Ala., with electrifying frontwoman Brittany Howard sold 737,000 copies of its first disc, earned three Grammy nominations, performed twice on "Saturday Night Live," played for President Obama and earned enough critical hurrahs to fill a trunk.   Full Story
The Massachusetts buzz band Speedy Ortiz' sophomore outing Foil Deer sounds like it would've fit in very well with indie rock's Class of '95.   Full Story
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The show is part of a tour in support of Wilson's new album, "No Pier Pressure," and includes an opening set by Rodriguez.   Full Story
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A touch of Appalachia marks much of Cabinet's look and sound. With a mix of drum-fueled rhythm and bluegrass instrumentation, Cabinet has explored a path of Americana much followed by Colorado audiences.   Full Story
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Bill Kreutzmann is coming to the Centennial State to play music with his new band and to judge Cannabis Cup.   Full Story
I hate flying. It feels like far too long of a period of time squashed into seats with not enough leg room while sitting next to some of the smelliest and loudest snoring people.   Full Story
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Though it's expected to rain in these next couple days, Radio 1190 has a full-on case of Spring fever!   Full Story
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Beatles tribute band will help us relive the mania at Dickens Opera House.   Full Story
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Single session launched soul singer to No. 1 hit — and a sound   Full Story
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The Chicago-based band is popular among jamgrass fans throughout the country and is a regular visitor to bluegrass hot spots of the Front Range. They stopped by the Garage on a recent visit to the state with a new lineup and songs from an upcoming album.   Full Story
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The didgeridoo-playing musical force Xavier Rudd and his band will open the Chautauqua summer concert series, which also includes comedian Margaret Cho, Wynton Marsalis' big band and songwriters' hero Steve Earle.   Full Story
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Intuit's performance in the Garage had a mystical feel about it.   Full Story
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With the rise of music as a mainstay of Boulder's culture, one would think it would be reflectedat the University of Colorado. However, as students Aaron Rogers and Matt MacFarlane found, that is just not the case. To fill this void, Rogers and MacFarlane took matters into their own hands by organizing the First Annual Flatirons Music Conference, which is slated for Saturday from 11 a.m.-5 p.m. at Spark Boulder, 1310 E. College Ave.   Full Story
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Welcome back from spring break, students. We here at Radio 1190 are probably just as stoked as you to go back to school.   Full Story