Sea Wolf perform tonight at the Black Sheep in Colorado Springs.  We Are Not A Glum Lot and The Donys the Amys open for the performance.  They stopped by KRCC today to chat with Jeff Bieri.  Click the play button to have a listen:

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Inaiah Lujan–crooner and songsmith of Haunted Windchimes and Sugar Sounds fame–released today a collection of rough cuts and lo-fi recordings of twelve songs that he wrote in 2012. As he describes on his bandcamp page, the recordings on this digital album were never necessarily intended for public consumption…

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2012 was a busy year for Daniel James Eaton, the musical mastermind behind local dream-folk outfit, Briffaut. In December of 2011, Eaton resolved to record a new song every day for an entire year, and, remarkably, he actually did it. The project was completed on December 15, 2012, and all the songs he [...]

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New Bowie Song for 66th

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For those of us who wish David Bowie’s music never left the 1970s, we can at least take heart that this latest video fro his new song “Where Are We Now” (released today for his 66th Birthday) hearkens back to Low-era with ambi-futuro-ballad languor applied to the streets of Berlin. With art direction by creepy [...]

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It’s “Best Of” season here on the internet–i.e. that special time at the end of each year when tastemakers, critics and bloggers across the digital universe frantically compete to author the definitive list of Things Worth Remembering from the preceding twelve months. As such, we felt it was high time for [...]

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If you follow local music in Colorado Springs, then it’s likely that you’ve already encountered Grant Sabin in some capacity. As a founding member of the “Kings of Space” collective (previously featured on The Big Something), guitarist and vocalist in several local bands, and distinctively mustachioed/bearded fellow, his presence is unmistakably felt in the [...]

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We covered a lot of ground this past year with Western Skies, and this month we’re spending some time revisiting those stories and conversations.

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We recently uncovered some shocking information regarding Big Something intern and recent Colorado College graduate, Jake Brownell. It turns out that the young man we know as an earnest, polite and responsible member of the community spent his youth as a gangster rapper. Well, perhaps gangster is a little hyperbolic, but he did cut a [...]

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Clickity-click-click HERE to browse the Free Music Archive for your new favorite song that doesn’t suck!

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The late 1970′s and early 1980′s were a time of transition at KRCC. Station-Manager-to-be Mario Valdes was a DJ exploring the alternative realms of punk and new wave which sharply contrasted with some of the station’s other programming, e.g., the Sunday morning German show. Here, we take a look at a representative sample [...]

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