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The Rockies win opening day in Denver

A SOLD OUT CROWD SHOWED UP AT COORS On Friday, April 7 the Colorado Rockies returned to Coors Field for their Opening Day, looking to win their first series at home against the Los Angeles Dodgers.  Coors Field was at capacity with over 49,000 fans

Single Review // Kendrick Lamar

“HUMBLE.” //Top Dawg Entertainment Kendrick Lamar is back with the standout track and music video, “HUMBLE.” off his upcoming release ALBUM. The single is without a doubt a complete paradigm shift in the rap scene. It has electronic beats matched with a repetitive piano layer.

CD Review // Cold War Kids

L.A. Divine // Capitol Records For die-hard fans seeking Cold War Kids signature sound and those who started listening to the band recently, it can be  collectively agreed that their most recent effort, L.A. Divine was a disappointment. The band didn’t recieve commerical success until Dear

CD Review // Father John Misty

Pure Comedy// SubPop Records Josh Tillman is the neurotic and sometimes pretentious face behind the indie folk facade Father John Misty. Pure Comedy his most recent album was released April 7 , covers everything from the absurdity of the recent election to the tediousness of pop

CD Review // Diet Cig

Swear I’m Good At This // (Frenchkiss Records) Take a moment to remember those awkward series of moments that exemplify being a teenager. Each uncomfortable exchange with a crush, and clunky maneuvering through the the social landscape can be heard in Diet Cig’s debut LP

Uzi Vert’s bizzard weirdness speaks truth

Weird songs can be weird. Aside from the obvious, they allow the listener to explore odd topics and sonically irregular compositions and often find something  that comes as a fantastic surprise. Odd and obscure songs allow listeners to get the inside scoop into topics and

Surfer rock brings west coast vibes to Colorado

ALLAH-LAS HEADLINE THE GOTHIC Anonchalant vibe emanated from the audience on April 7 during the Allah-Las performance at The Gothic Theatre in Englewood. The unconcerned feeling seemed fitting for the music being played and the peculiar projections displayed behind the band. The images looked like

Musical side-project turned viral sensation

TMZ ON THE VIRAL RISE On March 25, Too Many Zooz played the Bluebird Theatre in Denver. After the concert, the Sentry had the opportunity to talk with one of three musicians that make up the Brasshouse band trumpet player Matt Doe about the band’s

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Is More Life an Album or Playlist?

#Album // Jun Lee In this modern day and age, society needs to attach labels on numerous things to understand them. Music is no exception: Despite the comprehensive and blend of genres and styles, music has constantly evolved as a subjective field. In a world

Dream Big: a look into wild imaginings made real

NATIONAL FILM STOPS IN DENVER Engineering is one of the most coveted and in-demand jobs nationally, according to Forbes magazine. It’s also one of the hardest work forces to enter because of the competition. As difficult as engineering may seem-since it’s based in high-tensity math