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Monthly Archives: October 2018

Prince | Mary Don’t You Weep | Single Review

Warner Bros. The posthumous single from the late and great Prince, “Mary Don’t You Weep,” reveals a side of the iconic multi-instrumentalist and producer. The track comes from a vaulted Prince album entitled Piano and Microphone 1983 and features just those two things. It’s bluesy

Interpol | Marauder | Album Review

Matador Records Rating: 2 out of 5 stars Sixteen years and five albums following the release of their boundary-pushing debut record, Turn on the Bright Lights, indie rock veterans Interpol release the long-awaited Marauder. Despite the anticipation of the record, however, the album soon slumps

The Neighbourhood | Ever Changing | Album Review

Columbia Rating: 4 out of 5 stars The fresh release from California natives, The Neighbourhood, takes fans back to the group’s acclaimed mixtape #000000 & #FFFFFF from 2014. Straight off their self-titled third album released in March, the newest and highly anticipated EP from The

Paul McCartney | Egypt Station | Album Review

Capitol Rating: 2 out of 5 stars   Paul McCartney is back with his 17th solo studio album, Egypt Station. The album does nothing groundbreaking for McCartney’s career. Instead, Egypt Station is one that could fit seamlessly into any point in his 62-year-long musical career.

THE ROBLES RANT

The Golden Age It’s only fitting that on the week Earl Thomas—the Seahawks all-pro safety who anchored one of the best defenses of the recent past—fractured his leg, 12 teams allowed at least 30 points and three teams allowed over 40. Thomas’ reinjury of the

Lynx Day of Service has CU Denver give back

Volunteering engages students in local community Lynx Day of Service, is an annual day of volunteering in the surrounding Denver community that connects CU Denver students to the community and emphasizes the importance of local engagement. This semester’s day of service, which was on Sept.