Browse By

Monthly Archives: April 2020

The Plot Thickens

Long Distance According to my calculations, I have three best friends from Alabama: Dwight, Asher, and Brendan. While I haven’t seen any of them face to face since summer 2018, I try my best to keep in contact with them, even across the country. My

Ways to stay entertained while sheltering in place

staff picks for the best quarantine activities While most people are having to remain indoors for health and safety reasons, The Sentry has surveyed its staff to compile a list of recommendations of how to pass the time. Cyanotypes by Taelar Pollmann A photographer with nothing

Local collective opens its arms to curious musicians

Local acts team up for something extraordinary Collaboration is key in the music industry, and this is evident with star collaborations like BROCKHAMPTON, 88Rising, and the infamous Odd Future. Without these partnerships, iconic artists like Tyler, The Creator, Frank Ocean, Rich Brian and Kevin Abstract wouldn’t have such a popular platform to build off. With the ever-changing Denver

Vinyl records are back in the groove

A return to analog listening In the fast-paced world society was accustomed to, many people did not have the time to stop and disconnect from life in order to enjoy a full-length album from start to finish while doing nothing else.  However, with most of

SOMEWHERE IN NEVERLAND

Oh my God, they were roommates A year prior to starting college I had gone to a summer camp on campus for two weeks—the longest I had ever been away from my parents at that point—and I thought it was the hardest thing I had

Twenty One Pilots | Level of Concern | Single Review

Fueled By Ramen Rating: Thumbs Up In a time of hardship around the world, Twenty One Pilots released a new single that is fun, energetic, and uplifting in “Level of Concern.” A beat that reminisces the funk-pop of the 70s, the melody is soothing and blends in tremendously with

The Strokes | The New Abnormal | Album Review

RCA Records Rating: 4 out of 5 stars Seven years since their last album, The Strokes, have returned in a new light with their sixth album, The New Abnormal.  The album takes a path towards nostalgia with a softer and slow-tempoed blend of 9 singles. Each of the