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Daily Archives: September 19, 2019

Black Marble | Feels | Single Review

Sacred Bones Records Rating: Thumbs Up Though based in sunny Los Angeles, an overcast look on modern music and Black Marble’s views on its current state of affairs is brought up in his latest single “Feels.” Much like his previous work, New Order and Soft

Clairo | Immunity | Album Review

FADER Label Rating: 4 out of 5 stars After the colossal success of Clairo’s viral DIY music video for “Pretty Girl” and more recent successful collaborations with Wallows in “Are You Bored Yet?” the 21-year-old singer released her debut full-length record Immunity in August. The

Rapsody | Eve | Album Review

Jamla Records Rating: 4 out of 5 stars North Carolina female rapper Rapsody released her third album Eve. An excessively long 16-track album, Eve is an ode of triumph to all black women. Using her creative lyrical skills along with her diverse use of genres, tempos, and beats

Film Review: The Goldfinch

Director John Crowley’s most recent picture, The Goldfinch, is a visually stunning yet structurally messy film. Those who enjoyed Donna Tartt’s novel of the same name will find the movie much easier to follow than those who opted to only see the film, but both

Book Review: Brute: Poems

The Walt Whitman Award-winning writer and poet Emily Skaja has released her long-awaited debut poetry compilation, Brute, a twisting series of well-crafted pieces collected from a number of national journals from which they were first published. The entire work is a testament to a broken

Words from a wallflower

Sometimes I feel like I’m in a soap opera with as much drama as I experience. Welcome to this week’s episode. I had an incident happen over the weekend that made me want to shut off the rest of the world. I needed to get

Crush Walls covers RiNo District alleys

Celebrating its 10-year anniversary through the week of Sept. 3–8, Crush Walls—an art venue located in the RiNo district just north of Downtown Denver— hosted many local, national, and international artists to come in and liven the alleys and streets with brand new works of