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Daily Archives: April 19, 2017

Single Review // A R I Z O N A

“ELECTRIC TOUCH” // Artist Partner Group, Inc. A R I Z O N A might have bet large with their previous singles in preparation for their next album GALLERY, but frankly their latest single “Electric Touch” missed the mark in being re- inventive. Consequently, this

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CAM JAM returns to campus for 8th annual fest

FEST BOASTS LOCAL AND CU DENVER ACTS The University of Colorado Denver College of Arts & Media (CAM) and CU Denver Live! will host the eighth-annual CAM JAM music festival on Auraria Campus on April 27 at the Tivoli Commons Stage. Operating as a free

Unpaid internships: yes or no?

GET PAID OR BUST // ASHLEY BAULER Every year when April rolls around prospective students have existential crises in regards to trying to find an internship. They encounter issues when they have to decide between experience and compensation, an unfair choice. It seems that the

Dinner for three for Mike Pence

VP ALONE REFUSES TO DINE WITH OTHER WOMEN The White House under the Trump Administration has seen many bizarre instances coming from his staff, from caricatures like Press Secretary Sean Spicer and Counselor to the President Kellyanne Conway starring in controversies on a weekly basis. The

Single Review // Coldplay

“HYPNOTISED” // Parlophone Records Coldplay’s new single “Hypnotised” harkens the lovable British rock band to its roots after many collaborations and an album of what seemed like Top 40 radio noise. The track begins with soothing arpeggios of bells and piano, which work hand-in-hand to

Real life insanity thrives at The Marquis

JAPANESE PUNK RAGES IN DOWNTOWN There are very few acts that can be associated with the words “punk-rock Power Rangers.” One of the few and proud that rock this title is Peelander-Z. The group is a Japanese punk band currently based in New York City

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Streaming streamlines pathway to growth

FIRST DOUBLE DIGIT GROWTH IN 20 YEARS Music isn’t dead, according to new market research done on the music industry. For the first time in 20 years, the music industry has soared above and beyond the benchmark of the previous market status quo. The burst

CD Review // Bishop Briggs

BISHOP BRIGGS // Teleport Records Bishop Briggs released her debut self-titled EP which blasts out a powerful performance that upholds her strength as a singer. Having nabbed the top 10 for the rock and alternative charts back in 2016 with her lead-single “River,” her EP

CD Review // Flint Eastwood

BROKE ROYALTY // Neon Gold Records Flint Eastwood, née Jax Anderson, released her EP Broke Royalty, on April 14. “Queen”—the first single from the EP—plays as the thematic backdrop to the EP, which is a twisting culmination of both dark and upbeat flares. Eastwood offers

CD Review // Little Dragon

SEASON HIGH // Loma Vista Recordings Little Dragon has recently been making waves in the electronic genre with sleek non-western sounding feature spots on both Flume and Odesza’s albums. Midst this success, the group recently released their fourth full-length album, Season High. The release is