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Pull out the weights with these hits

Best songs to work out to When hitting the gym, it can be hard to go without headphones. Working out to music blocks out all the distractions in order to maintain focus when grinding out the pain with every lift of those 10lb dumbbells. Most

Auraria campus marches for suicide prevention

September deemed Suicide Awareness Month September has been deemed the month of Suicide Prevention Awareness, a time in which many organizations, such as NAMI (National Alliance of Mental Illness), reach out to individuals who have been affected by suicide and to those with suicidal thoughts.

Tool | Fear Inoculum | Album Review

RCA Records Rating: 1 out of 5 stars With tracks that feel undercooked, overworked, and dry to the bone, Fear Inoculum, rock band Tool’s fifth studio album is underwhelming, poorly organized and overly boring to listeners. In their three decades of making music, Fear Inoculum runs exceedingly

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

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

The 1975 | People | Single Review

Dirty Hit Records Rating: Thumbs Up Reminiscent of a 2000’s punk-rock genre, The 1975 released their new song “People.” A bone-rattling, fast paced, lyrical masterpiece that takes a shot at society, “People” is an overwhelming rollercoaster of synthesized guitar, drums, and high-pitched screaming. What makes

Willow | Willow | Album Review

Roc Nation Records Rating: 3 out of 5 stars As the number of summer days came to a winding close, sensational artist Willow released her self-titled third album Willow. An ode to the influential genre of heart and soul with a soft mixture of R&B,