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Daily Archives: March 8, 2017

Annual Burton US Open hits Vail

The Burton US Open brings Olympic-hopeful professional snowboarders to Vail, Colo. for a weekend of intense competition. The annual showcase took place on Feb. 27-March 4 for the 35th year in a row. For many that compete it’s a stop on the trek to win

MUNA at Larimer Lounge

Feb. 14— commonly celebrated as Valentine’s Day—found couples and lonely lovers gathering at Larimer Lounge to see LA-based lady-rockers, MUNA. Considering that it was Valentine’s Day there was an impressive amount of people who showed up on the crisp evening. MUNA consists of members  Katie

Student group faces struggles going to SXSW

MISA MISSES SXSW South by Southwest (SXSW) is an international music industry conference and music festival held annually in Austin, Texas. Every year tens of thousands of music business professionals attend SXSW. CU Denver College of Arts and Media’s very own Music Industry Student Association

RiNo’s revitalized digs, Globe Hall

FORMER STUDENT BREAKING NEW MUSIC “What if I just dropped out?” For some college students, this question pops up from the stress of everyday life on top of college obligations. It might be that they no longer are interested in what they have chosen to

Single Review // Lana Del Rey – Love

“Love” Polydor/Interscope Records Lana Del Rey is releasing her new album LDR4 on an undisclosed date this year and has dropped her first track from this album entitled “Love” Feb. 18.  “Love” starts off with a cosmic-feeling, deep keyboard and bassline that set the precedent

CD Review // Oddisee

The Iceberg (Mello Music Group) Amir Mohamed El Khalifa—Oddisee—released his 11th studio album, The Iceberg on Feb. 24. The Sudanese-American Muslim draws inspiration from the stressed political climate and his culture for his popular new album. The Iceberg is intimate, personal, and sheds light into

CD Review // Dirty Projectors

Dirty Projectors Domino Recording Co On Feb. 21, the Dirty Projectors released a self-titled album that leaves listeners uncomfortable and reaching for the mute button. The opening track “Keep Your Name” starts with a sorrowful ballad about a rough breakup. With lines like, “I don’t

CD Review // Natalie Hemby

Puxico  (GetWrucke Productions) Puxico is Natalie Hemby’s debut album, although she’s not new on the scene. Before releasing her own work, she wrote songs for a number of well-known country singers, from Toby Keith to Miranda Lambert. By starting within such a polarizing musical genre,