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Weezer | Pacific daydream: Album Review

Artist: Weezer Album: Pacific daydream Release Date:  Oct. 27th, 2017 Indie band Weezer first gained popularity in the mid-90s as a quirky alternative rock group. But Weezer’s latest album, Pacific Daydream, drifts vastly from the band’s roots and will prove disappointing for fans partial to

Marilyn Manson | Say10: Music Video Review

Artist: Marilyn Manson Song:  Say10 Release date: Oct. 9th, 2017 Marilyn Manson recently released his new music video, featuring Johnny Depp, for “Say10.” But instead of an artistic masterpiece, the video only proves that friends don’t always make ideal collaborators. On the surface, the “Say10” music video

King Krule | The Ooz: Album Review

Artist: King Krule Single: The Ooz Release date: Oct. 13th, 2017 British singer and songwriter Archy Marshall, known as King Krule, blends blues, rock, rap, R&B, and EDM influences to create a fascinating concoction of an album. While such an obscure mixture of genres has

The Killers | Wonderful Wonderful: Album Review

Artist: The Killers Album: Wonderful Wonderful Release date: Sept. 22nd, 2017 Since the band’s debut in 2001, The Killers have sold over 25 million albums and have toured across the globe. With such a reputation, audiences have come to expect top-notch content from The Killers,

Local family shares paranormal passion

PARANORMAL INVESTIGATORS HOST GHOST TOURS It may not be Halloween yet, but for true horror fans, it is never too early to start celebrating. Lovers of the macabre can get a dose of the paranormal along with a taste of Denver history by scheduling a

The Vermillion Road to greatness

SINGER OF LOCAL BAND DESCRIBES HIS JOURNEY Throughout eight years, two names, and ostensibly infinite hours of hard work, the Denver-based band Vermillion Road has fought to establish its reputation. Now, according to lead singer and CU Denver student Will Robison, the band seeks to

Marilyn Manson | Heaven Upside Down: Album Review

Artist: Marilyn Manson Album: Heaven Upside Down Release date: Oct. 6th, 2017 Marilyn Manson is arguably one of the most recognizable names in the rock music industry. Manson’s controversial image and dark music have captivated audiences since the 90s; the singer’s newest album, Heaven Upside

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Adaptations should take artistic liberties

A DIRECTOR’S CREATIVITY SHOULD BE ENCOURAGED From iconic films like Tod Browning’s Dracula in 1939 to the Marvel Cinematic Universe, book-to-film adaptations have proven an effective way for producers to gain credibility and draw in larger crowds. Inevitably, though, while adapted films often appeal to

Second of Spring | Beaches: Album Review

The psychedelic rock group Beaches draws inspiration from rock music of the 60’s and 70’s, but other than mimicking the captivating sounds of Janis Joplin or The Beatles, Beaches’ new album Second of Spring offered little to capture attention. With powerful instrumentals, there is no

Importance of Media Today

Rallies, debates, and social media wars in a time of so much conflict, it seems as though even 24-hour news coverage isn’t enough. Luckily for reporters, modern politics permeate fictional TV shows just as much as the news. Recently, many popular TV shows have adopted