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CD Review // Chloe Tang

Passion//Aggression (Self-Release) In a time period where artists continuously recycle pop-centered and rhythmic hooks, CU Denver’s own Chloe Tang unleashes her edge in her latest EP, Passion//Aggression. Just because it’s pop-centric doesn’t mean it lacks value as a respectable song. In her lead single, “Forgive

Stop pretending to be an economist

IT’S NOT THE ECONOMY STUPID A  friend of mine once said, “You know what the problem is with being an economist? Everyone has an opinion about the economy, but no one goes up to a geologist and says, ‘Igneous rocks are hogwash.’” A specter is

Red Bull Sound Select gets hip and down

Rap and hip-hop at the summit music hall On Feb. 17, Red Bull Sound Select (RBSS) hosted three captivating rap and hip-hop acts at Denver’s Summit Music Hall. This year’s RBSS was well attended, overrun with music fans in street wear to see local act

Single Review // Selena Gomez + Kygo

“It ain’t me” (Interscope Records) Kyrre Gørvell-Dahll, more commonly known as Kygo, is a Norwegian DJ, producer, and songwriter who is dominating the electronica-pop music world through remixes and collabs. With the recent stylings of pop-interest Selena Gomez, Kygo has released a certified chart-topper with

CD Review // Ryan Adams

Prisoner ( Pax-Am Records) Ryan Adams is a rare performer in the 21st century. Initially characterized as country, Adams has an eccentric punk-rock attitude with his Johnny Cash-like musical laments. Adams released his newest album, since his humorously successful cover of Taylor Swift’s 1989, on Feb.

CD Review // Thundercat

Drunk (Brainfeeder Records) Stephen Bruner, aka Thundercat, released his fourth studio album Drunk on Feb. 24. When listening to the album, it feels like the listener is falling into a trippy vortex of cats and weed. The whisking instrumentation slips in and out of the

Noise FM // William Card

Some routines are great. Some are not.  My experience in music has presented a dilemma. The pure entertainment value of a sound recording on first glance seems one dimensional. You pull up Spotify’s landing page and viola: 30 different playlists, albums, and singles are at

Vagina Monologues makes the risque resonate

ANNUAL EVENT DRAWS FULL HOUSE Every year since playwright Eve Ensler first wrote The Vagina Monologues in 1998, many communities around the world celebrate the groundbreaking show annually with performances paying homage to the original debut in New York City. Summit Hill Music, located off

Sloth Weekend creates a frenzy of cuteness

DENVER AQUARIUM PUTS ASPEN THE SLOTH ON DISPLAY According to their rise in popularity by way of viral internet memes, sloths seem to be irresistibly adorable, so it was not surprising to see a long line of sloth lovers wrapping around the Denver Aquarium. On