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Daily Archives: January 24, 2018

Spotify faces $1.6 billion lawsuit

Could this change licensing laws? For music, the monetization of the art form has led to an ever-expanding, multi-trillion dollar industry that adds new challenges and limitations to the way it is consumed by the public. In the late 1990s, Napster opened a new wave

Larimer celebrates 15th anniversary

History of One of denver’s most notorious venues On Jan. 5, Larimer Lounge celebrated its 15th anniversary with a free show. The event showcased three local bands: Bud Bronson & the Good Timers, Panther Martin, and Chocolate Diamond as the opening act. Larimer Lounge, which

Logan Paul loses premium partnership after controversy

Views rise alongside criticism Logan Paul has landed himself in deep water after posting a vlog about his trip to Japan. In a video typical of his style, controversy arose after Logan’s trip to Aokigahara—better known as The Suicide Forest of Japan—where he revealed graphic

Melanie Martinez | Piggyback | Single Review

Label: Atlantic Records Melanie Martinez has released her new single “Piggyback,” as a response to rape allegations against her from former friend Timothy Heller. In what seems as a direct response to Heller’s allegations towards Martinez, the main chorus in the song discusses Martinez’s mistrust

SZA & Kendrick Lamar | All The Stars | Single Review

Label: Top Dawg Records There are two musicians’ names on everyone’s minds: Kendrick Lamar and SZA. In their latest single, which came together in the form of a high-profile collaboration, and straight from the highly anticipated Black Panther film, these two artists prove exactly why

Prurient | Rainbow Mirror | Album Review

Label: Profound Lore Records Rating (out of 5 stars): 3 Experimental noise musician Dominick Fernow, also known as Prurient, recently released his new album Rainbow Mirror. Prurient does not shy away from experimental music-making techniques, which may isolate many potential listeners from his music. Rainbow