Is Deep Cuts’s aesthetic pink silk because it’s in their most recent cover photo on their Facebook page? Or is Chase Harris wrapped in pink silk because it’s their aesthetic? Either way, Deep Cuts sound the way it feels to …

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Dumplin’  Dolly Parton inspires and strengthens the characters in the 2018 Netflix movie Dumplin, produced and starred in by Jennifer Aniston. Based off the 2015 novel written by Julie Murphy, the film stormed the internet and social media with body positive …

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What came first? Oliver Tree or the meme? The 25 year old producer, vocalist, and artist leans into the culture of memes and embraces the humor and adopts it as a lifestyle. The Best Oliver Tree Memes Tree (whose full …

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YA WOO NEW MUSIC!

Banish your case of the Mondays with Coog Radio contributors’ favorite new releases from Friday, Nov. 30th. With some fun holiday music and artists like Skrillex, The 1975, and Alice Merton, this playlist is the perfect remedy and motivation for a new week. The …

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The Faim, a new pop-rock/punk group from Perth, Australia, is out on their first North American tour. Hot on the heels of the release of their first EP, Summer is a Curse, and with over eight million streams on their social media …

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When Broken is Easily Fixed 15 Year Anniversary Tour Silverstein is currently touring in honor of the 15th anniversary of their debut album When Broken is Easily Fixed. The Canadian rock band is touring with Hawthorne Heights, As Cities Burn, …

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Mala Luna celebrated its third year in San Antonio at Nelson Wolff Stadium during the weekend of Oct. 27th and 28th. Nelson Wolff Stadium is the home of San Antonio’s minor league baseball team, The Missions. This past weekend it …

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Beartooth is immortal. The observation stems from the mantra, “I’m destined for greatness or death,” off of their latest album Disease. In the aptly named track “Greatness or Death,” frontman Caleb Shomo proselytizes the idea that it’s either greatness or …

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Coog Radio Boiler Room Set | Graphic by Ram Armendariz Spooky season is officially here. Bats with bold Victorian letters have replaced standard Twitter names. Halloween decorations are out, scary movies are a daily thing, and most importantly Coog Radio …

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Stephen Harrison of the Fever 333

Music lovers young and old tabled their fears of inclement weather and ran to the AT&T Center in San Antonio, Texas for River City Rockfest on Saturday, September 22, 2018 – literally, they ran. When the doors opened at noon, …

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Look Up Child, the second studio album by Lauren Daigle, snatches listeners to their feet, quiets theirs doubts, reinforces positive narratives of faith and simultaneously challenges obsolete views of spirituality using powerful lyrics and music infused with island, jazz, and …

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What is the best approach to naming a band? Most of the time it seems as if there is no technique, but the name is simply a roll of the dice and random words strung together. At first glance at …

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Rapsody, two-time Grammy nominated rapper, side steps pigeon holes, boxes and generalizations. She has been labeled a “conscious rapper.” While that title appropriately describes her style of music, she wants to model for others that “You don’t have to be …

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  The tUnE-yArDs’ sound is difficult to pin down. Consisting of loop pedals, lo-fi percussion, ukulele, electric bass, saxophone, horns and vocals, this synth driven, African inspired, indie folk sound scats all over the place, much like a psychedelic jazz …

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Chromeo, a duo from Canada consisting of Dave 1 and P-Thugg, is breathing life into an otherwise dead genre and still carving out their own spot in the music genus with their funky, electronic, pop grooves. Chromeo is bringing disco …

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