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Son Lux | Whispering | Single Review

This is Meru Rating: Thumbs Down Released in the latter half of March, Son Lux debuted their second single off their upcoming sixth record. The single “Whispering” begins with a subtle, relaxed piano progression and faint, breezy vocals. As the track progresses, it becomes apparent

Khalid | Free Spirit | Album Review

RCA Records Rating: 5 out of 5 stars The second full-length release from Khalid since 2017 premiered on April 5 this year. After the success of his debut album American Teen and release of a short EP, Suncity, to tide fans over, Free Spirit has

Guest Column

My first concert was when I was 5 in Elko, Nevada. My family and I were driving by when I, utterly infatuated with the sound gracing my inexperienced ears, begged for them to stop the car so I could watch. On my dad’s shoulders, I

P!nk’s seven act extravaganza

P!nk performs at Denver’s Pepsi Center Oh my gosh, you’re bleeding!” P!nk exclaimed at a fan grasping for P!nk’s hand in the pit engulfed by the rest of her extravagant heart-shaped stage. “I can get you a Band-Aid if you need one, seriously.” P!nk, performing

Wallows | Nothing Happens | Album Review

Atlantic Rating: 5 out 5 stars Off their first EP release in the spring of 2018, Wallows released their first full-length record Nothing Happens on March 22, 2019. Surprisingly, the Los Angeles-originated indie rock trio features a familiar face; lead by Dylan Minnette—Clay from 13

Owen Wilson | Wow | Album Review

Wow Records Rating: 5 out of 5 stars Owen Wilson’s musical debut Wow, released on April 1, is a force to be reckoned with in contemporary music. Wilson’s experimental album that features only lyrical melodies and no actual instrumentation proves Wilson’s ability to stand among

Campus squirrels under fire for student harassment

Squirrels insist they need to use campus facilities too In recent months, the Auraria Police Department has been receiving an excess amount of phone calls regarding students being harassed by the squirrels present on campus. Students claim they often fear for their safety walking between

PETA outraged over use of dinosaurs in Jurassic World

Spielberg issues response People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) has taken to Twitter, yet again, in an outrage that is now directed toward the creators of the Jurassic World franchise. “To exploit these poor defenseless dinos in such a violent and abusive manner

From big band to Steely Dan

Denver Jazz Orchestra shakes up Dazzle “I was told I should make an announcement warning people to silence their phones. I said, ‘If they can still talk on the phone over us playing, then let them,’” John Hines, one-fourth of the trombone section, stated to open