Teaming up with Hot Congress Records, local radio station Radio 1190 just released the fourth version of their “Local Shakedown” compilation.
Comprised entirely of Colorado musicians, “The Local Shakedown Volume IV Compilation CD” has musical styles including punk,
Radio 1190′s Joseph Oria, a senior psychology major, plays a sweeper, or a radio identification transition, between songs during their pledge drive. (CU Independent/Rob Denton)
folk and rock. This year’s edition comes with tracks from local favorites such as Patrick Dethlefs and Snake Rattle Rattle Snake, among the other 38 different songs and artists.
At $10, purchases of this double album help support Radio 1190’s goal to foster an environment that promotes community, local music and culture right here on campus. “The Local Shakedown Volume IV Compilation CD” is available to purchase/download through Hot Congress Records’ website.
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