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Hoodie Allen’s traveling circus comes to town

Allen gives wild show at Cervantes’ Other Side In the heart of Denver’s Five Points neighborhood, Hoodie Allen took the stage for an electrifying set at Cervantes’ Other Side on Sept. 27. The New York native’s set kicked off with an effortless circus-sounding track to

Young the Giant | Heat of the Summer | Single Review

Elektra Off their blazing set at Grandoozy, Young the Giant debuted an electric new single from their upcoming fourth album, Mirror Master. “Heat of the Summer” kicks off with a fiery intro featuring heavy percussion and an effortless guitar progression. The group quickly makes a

The Neighbourhood | Ever Changing | Album Review

Columbia Rating: 4 out of 5 stars The fresh release from California natives, The Neighbourhood, takes fans back to the group’s acclaimed mixtape #000000 & #FFFFFF from 2014. Straight off their self-titled third album released in March, the newest and highly anticipated EP from The

Tash Sultana | Flow State | Album Review

Lonely Lands Records Rating: 3 out of 4 stars   Melbourne-based entertainer and busker Tash Sultana gives listeners an insight to her boundless talent with debut album Flow State. Flow State, released on Aug. 31, kicks off with a subtle and relaxed intro with “Seed”

Spotify supports female recording artists

Spotify’s EQL program focuses on women Spotify is partnering up with Berklee College of Music and Electric Lady Studios to create a more inclusive and receiving environment for women working in production areas of the music industry. Spotify went on the record on Aug. 15,

The Big Bang Theory calls scene

Sitcom to end after 12 seasons When news of The Big Bang Theory’s cancellation broke out, cast members of the show were left somber but enthusiastic for the final season.  Big Bang premiered in 2007 and gave audiences 12 seasons that featured multitudes of iconic

Audiences must be more progressive with musicians

Local entertainers need further support The US music industry has notably grown into a multi-billion-dollar industry, making it harder for smaller musicians to break into. Because of the vastness of the music industry, supporting local artists has grown to be important for  artists and musicians

Shit Talk Tours adds finesse to art

MCA’s new tour is captivating The Museum of Contemporary Art’s (MCA) new take on art tours provides art and comedy lovers alike with a great, hilarious, and informative tour of the museum’s extraordinary exhibits. On Aug. 24, the MCA’s summer series “Shit Talk Tours” ended.

In memory of Aretha Franklin

Franklin’s legacy dazzles generations Aretha Louise Franklin, born March 25, 1942 in Memphis, Tennessee, became the voice for many generations throughout her lifetime. Franklin grew up in a very religious and musical household with a minister and preacher as a father, and a successful vocalist