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Monthly Archives: February 2018

Tommy Genesis | Lucky | Single Review

Record Label: Downtown Records Rating: 5 out of 5 stars Tommy Genesis isn’t the cliche female rapper. The self-proclaimed “fetish rapper” sings with a voice that is rough and impassioned. Her verses are as perverted as they are infectious, and her production can be described

We were the children raised by gun violence

Psychologically speaking, it’s easier to dehumanize each other than not. A service industry employee who stands behind a counter is more likely to be treated poorly by customers than an employee whose entire body is visible—fragmentation leads to objectification, the reduction of a complexly lived

Migos | Culture II | Album Review

Record Label: Capitol Records Rating: 3 out of 5 stars Released in late January, Culture II by Migos is just more of their old sound in a shiny new package. This is the third studio album to come from the hip hop trio, but the

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Colorado has a history of star olympians

Mile-high athletes span across the globe Colorado is world-renowned for its outdoor activity, no matter the season. However, winter sports reign supreme in the Rocky Mountains. With the 2018 Winter Olympics in full swing in PyeongChang, Colorado has sent 36 athletes to compete in 17

Camila Cabello | Camila | Album Review

Record Label: Syco Music Rating: 4 out of 5 stars Camila Cabello, a former member of the popular girl group Fifth Harmony, has debuted her solo album with the self-titled release Camila. The album, released on Jan. 12, is a mix of American pop music

Blood Tangent | Column

A body is fragile. It can be bruised, slashed, pricked, torn, burned; it becomes stiff and frigid; things fall apart. I should have died  the moment I was born. Three months premature and born with an infection. “You went through hell and back,” my dad

The free art school on Santa Fe

Denver’s best art walk supports local artists After attending First Friday Art Walks for the first time, aspiring and established artists tend to return to Sante Fe Drive for more. Stoneworker Loren Lichti, who has been a showcasing artist of the art walk for the better

Fugazi’s formula for independence

Documentary explores punk legends The 1999 documentary Instrument follows the seminal Washington D.C. post-hardcore punk band Fugazi. Footage of the band collected over the years—from 1987 all the way up to 1998—comprise this film, including footage of Fugazi frontman Ian MacKaye in his prior band