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Dessa “A Badly Broken Code”
by producer Jesse Splan
Dessa’s A Badly Broken Code (Doomtree Records) appeals to more than just hip-hop enthusiasts.
The Doomtree label is composed of artists with…Read More →
We are giving back to our listeners on behalf of Boise Edwards Cinemas. We know our listeners are interested in entertainment so we have partnered up with one of the most popular movie theaters in the area by giving away tickets to our listeners.
Here are some hints on how to enter to win:
JEFF the Brotherhood “Heavy Days”
by producer Dustin Verburg
It’s been a good few years for punk rock, especially the fuzzed-out, devil-may-care brand known as garage punk. It’s more popular now than it has been since the Hives, White Stripes and Black Keys all pushed into the mainstream in the 00s. When those bands emerged,…Read More →
1. magnetic fields – realism – nonesuch
2. white denim – fits – full time hobby
3. watson twins – talking to you talking to me – vanguard
4. dessa – a badly broken code – doomtree
5. the soft pack – the soft pack – kemado
6. eels – end times – vagrant
7. the album leaf – a chorus of storytellers – sub pop
8. jamie t. – kings & queens – pacemaker
9. ruiner – hell is empty – bridge nine
10. JEFF the brotherhood – heavy days – infinity cat
WE NEED OUR STUDENT FEES BACK TO KEEP OUR PROGRAM!
At this time we are collecting signatures from students and listeners to help keep our station on air. Last year we lost our fees and thanks to our reserve fund we were able to keep programs this year. February 12th 2010 is the fee hearing and we will be presenting in front of the Board the purpose for our existence for Boise State University. Our station provides tools to practice radio…Read More →
by: Dusty Aunan
On the opening track, “Horchata”, front man Ezra Koenig belts, “Here comes a feeling you thought you’d forgotten” like somehow he knew that we’ve missed Vampire Weekend’s joyous Afro/Indie/Pop/Rock fusion since their eponymous debut. A pounding drum line paired with echoed choruses of “oh!” make this track an album standout.
Contra brings…Read More →
Concert Review by: Travis Cahill, Joe Newman, Derek Younger & Alex Weiss
With an audience of over 1,500 fans, it was only a short wait in line before getting into the Salt Lake City Convention Center on a cold Friday night. The venue ended up having concrete walls and floor. About a half hour later the opening band, Dusty Rhodes and the River Band, got on stage and began their set. The band had a sort of folk/indie rock sound. The sound engineer quickly got the band…Read More →
by: -Joe Davidson producer of “The Boise Fuzz”
The Black Keys have been making waves through the rock world with their refreshing work ethic and awesome modern blues rock. Much to the surprise of many, they have recently teamed up with Hip Hop producer Damon Dash and some of the industry’s most famous rap names (Ludacris, Raekwon, RZA, and Mos Def, just to name a few) for a project that many critics thought would fall flat on its face like similar projects that came before it. However, indie…Read More →