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Daily Archives: March 6, 2019

SWARMIUS Swarms in at CU Denver

King Center goes experimental SWARMIUS took to the stage last Friday at Auraria’s own King Center. Much can be said of internationally-acclaimed music group SWARMIUS’ music, but, above all, it explores the psychedelic limits of sound.  From songs like “Dragon,” a classical-techno groove based on


An Old Spin I spent almost 100 dollars on vinyl over the weekend. I’d only ever shopped for Vinyl at Wax Trax, Amoeba, or online and had no prior knowledge of Twist and Shout, until last Saturday. I had wanted a vinyl superstore like Amoeba or

Lords of Chaos: history or sentiment

Alamo Drafthouse screens black metal biopic Lords of Chaos, a film directed by Jonas Åkerlund, follows the life of Oystein Aarseth (Rory Culkin) throughout the rise of his band Mayhem, the opening of his record store, the creation of his label, and his eventual fall

GRiZ | Can’t Get Enough | Single Review

Self Released Rating: Thumbs Down GRiZ’s latest single “Can’t Get Enough” feels like an auditory assault. Marking the local dubstep producer’s singing debut, the track struggles to set itself apart from the standard EDM track. Contrasting bluegrass-style steel guitars and a pounding drum hook build

Raul’s Report: Another survey? Oh, yes!

Make a difference and participate Actually, it’s even better than that. Right now, the University’s not just participating in the National Survey of Student Engagement (NSSE), it’s also participating in the National College Health Assessment (NCHA). Each is requesting responses from a certain segment of

Baby Goth | Baby Goth | Album Review

Republic Record Rating: 1 out of 5 stars Baby Goth’s debut self-titled record will likely end up being one of the most mediocre releases of the year. With very few redeemable qualities, Baby Goth is a mere 21 minutes of repetitive, poorly executed trap beats

An inside look at student fees

How your voice can be heard by Sebastien Chiu, Vice Chair of the Student Fee Review Committee Did you know there is a student-run committee that works as a system of checks and balances for the student fees you pay? You’d be surprised how many