KBVR FM out of Oregon State University is definitely doing something right. Not only is their submission the winner for the second time in 3 weeks, but the Intercollegiate Broadcasting System has declared them the winner for the Best College Radio Station at a university of 10,000+ students!

Their submission is from Cosmo Sheldrake with his new single, "The Moss". Take a look at why this was their pick and stream below...
My love of TED talks led me to the melodic force of Cosmo Sheldrake. His heavy, razor-sharp beats, whimsical use of multiple instruments and refreshing innovation makes you feel like you’re hearing a dwarf star get swallowed by a cosmic galaxy. Coming from London, England and only 24 years old, he’s a teacher, producer, multi-instrumentalist, beatboxer, and vocalist that released his first single “The Moss” this month. This sound is what the indie genre is desperately attempting to find and with a world of indie music all sounding like they’re trying to achieve innovation, Cosmo Sheldrake stands out as a genuine source of talent and promise and holds a scintillating future.
- Meghan Vandewettering, Music Director 

Also, don't miss out on the submissions from our Runners Up!

William Patterson University: Mikhael Paskalev - "Susie"
Fullerton College: Plumb - "Need You Now"

If your college is looking to shine some light on new, deserving talent that you've been playing on your station, please do not hesitate to shoot me an email at


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