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Daily Archives: March 19, 2020

The Bachelor vs The Bachelorette

Bachelor is catty drama at its finest Opinion by Sang Dao When it comes to finding love on a television series, nothing can beat The Bachelor. What about The Bachelorette? It’s an inferior sibling series left in the dust. What makes The Bachelor better than

From The Editor: Embracing the New Normal

  A Message from The Sentry Dear Readers, With recent news circulating about the impending threat of Covid-19, in addition to the enforcement of social distancing, after much deliberation, The Sentry will operate as an online-only publication for the rest of the semester. In this

King Krule | Man Alive! | Album Review

Matador Records XL Recordings True Panther Sounds  Rating: 5 out of 5 Stars  On Feb. 21, 2020 following critical acclaim and success of his 2017 album The Ooz, Archy Marshall, most famously known as King Krule, returned with the release of his third studio album

A 303 day to remember

New noise and classic acts at Mission Ballroom   The excitement was building around Mission Ballroom March 3 as concert goers were preparing for a show of a lifetime. While waiting for the doors to open, remarks of nostalgia and setlist hopefuls peppered throughout the crowd.   Upon entering Mission Ballroom, one is

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Mystery box show kept the surprises coming

Swinging Noose Productions delivered a show every kind of music lover As many Denver locals know, this city has a thriving music scene. One of the best parts about going to local shows and concerts is discovering new Colorado-based musicians. Trailside Saloon and Swinging Noose Productions

Good Times Ahead | Little Bit of This | Single Review

Warner Records Rating: Thumbs Up Crickets might not be the first expected sound to hear at the beginning of a heavy hype track, but Good Times Ahead (G.T.A.) opens up “Little Bit of This (ft. Vince Staples)” with none other than their peaceful chirping. But with the count-off of

Five Finger Death Punch | F8 | Album Review

Better Noise Music Rating: 4 out of 5 stars Five Finger Death Punch’s new album, F8, is as much a banger as anything they’ve released before.   Coming in at 15 songs that equate to just over 45 minutes of listening time, both old and new fans

Jimi Hendrix | Blues | Retro Album Review

RCA Records Rating: 5 out of 5 stars Jimi Hendrix is a lost soul in today’s world of music as he was respected and admired by all backgrounds. The history of rock and roll cannot be told without the name Jimi Hendrix. The album Blues was released on April 26, 1994, and featured six songs