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Student spotlight: Dream Pool

        Student band cultivates dreamy sounds With a soothing mix of guitar, drums, bass, and vocals, the band Dream Pool seems to emerge straight from a dream. The band is made up of three artists currently attending CU Denver, featuring Luna Nuñez,

Tennis | Swimmer | Album Review

Fat Possum Records Rating: 4 out of 5 stars The dynamic duo Tennis has returned with their newest album, Swimmer. Alaina Moore and Patrick Riley met at CU Denver through a class they had together. The husband and wife formed the indie-pop band in 2010

Marquis Theater hosts resonating show

TENDER cultivates the perfect atmosphere Opener XYLØ and headliner TENDER made their first appearance together in Denver at the Marquis Theater on February 15. Due to delays in another city, the bands almost didn’t make it, but by luck and determination they arrived,  ready to

American Authors and more warm up Denver

The Band of Brothers Tour hits Denver After almost a month on the road, The Band of Brothers Tour landed in Denver at the Ogden Theater this February with opening band PUBLIC and headliners American Authors and Magic Giant.  Whether it was from the bitter

Student spotlight: Edwina Maben

Maben’s striking journey through music.  Edwina Maben’s life seems to be encompassed by music. As a singer, songwriter, and musician, music for Maben has always played a significant role in her life since she was young. A current junior in the CU Denver Recording Arts

Light Up My Life on the Dairy Block

Scott Young’s newest exhibit on the Dairy Block, Light Up My Life, is a fiery burst of passion and life that focuses on human connection and relationships. The exhibit displays many new pieces as well as some from a series of past exhibits: “Wish You

Vin Bogart | Wasted | Single Review

Self-Released Rating: Thumbs Up Vin Bogart’s newest single, “Wasted,” carries high expectations well worth the wait. The single matches the artist’s distinct style, and soulful lyrics mixed with a bluesy electric feel, yet this familiarity does not disappoint. The single begins softly, drawing the listener