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KFMU Steamboat Springs is Colorado’s Finest adult rock. Solar powered radio station. Tune in to KFMU Weekdays for our signature blend of mountain music, and join us on the weekends for Putumayo World Music Hour, Acoustic Cafe and Elwood’s Bluesmobile. KFMU sponsors family-friendly events including the Kickball Klassic, and participates in large local events including the Town Challenge Mountain Bike Series, and Summer Free Concerts.
"Ringling Road" — a twisted tale of circus freaks and vice from sharp-tongued country-rocker William Clark Green — comes to life word-for-word in its eerie, coulrophobic new video.
"We wanted to hit a couple of levels," Green says. "We wanted it creepy, but also just dark. The whole idea of... ...read more
Having concluded their summer Blue Army Tour a few weeks back, Aerosmith are gearing up to release a new concert film, Aerosmith Rocks Donington 2014, on September 4th. Available in various formats (Blu-ray/CD, DVD/CD, DVD/LP and digital), the film documents the band's 20-song headlining appearance at the Download Festival at England's legendary Donington Park in June... ...read more
A country duo who got together in their teens, Madison Marlow and Taylor Dye topped the country charts last year with "Girl in a Country Song," a sly shot at Nashville sexism in the era of the bro. Their first studio album offers more variations on that theme — check the... ...read more
Over four alluring albums, Beach House have managed the rare trick of evoking bliss and loss in equal strength. Guitarist Alex Scally's extravagant melodies bloom slowly over grooves that pulse like waves; singer Victoria Legrand's vocals echo Fleetwood Mac's lush folk rock, Cocteau Twins' surreal dreams and Nico's spooky drama.... ...read more
U.K. art rockers Foals specialize in arena-size intricacy — anthemic art pop rich with detailed guitar churn, latticed beats and luminous electronics. Their fourth and best album plays up a dark, bracing urgency, especially on the explosive title track, where Yannis Philippakis hollers over low-slung, fuzzed-out riffing and high-octane drum pummel.... ...read more
Destroyer's Dan Bejar is one of indie rock's most inventive wild cards. His last album, 2011's excellent Kaputt, was an absurdist take on early-Eighties yacht pop. His latest asks a question: What if the David Bowie of Space Oddity and the Bruce Springsteen of The Wild, the Innocent & the... ...read more
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