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Chloe Tang Launches EP

Chloe Tang, a CU Denver artist, is on the verge of something big. In addition to playing her sold-out Hi-Dive EP release show on March 9, she took a second to catch up with the Sentry about all things in Tang’s life. S: Let’s talk

Noise FM // William Card

When I first walked across the bustling Speer Blvd, I was a fledgling songwriter and entirely 100 percent uncertain of my future career path. Four years later, I am a senior in the music business program at CU Denver. And while still pretty uncertain, I

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STA improves transparency recruits students

THE CAM STUDENT TALENT AGENCY AND ITS GROWTH Students in the College of Arts and Media (CAM) had a tremendous opportunity to engage with the working world back in Fall of 2016. They were able to begin working with mentors from CAM to start their

Noise FM // William Card

South Dakota doesn’t have local music like Denver does. In fact, according to an analysis completed by Complex, it doesn’t have one at all. South Dakota ranks 49th in the US for its contributions to popular music. Growing up, it was evident that I had

Noise FM // William Card

Some routines are great. Some are not.  My experience in music has presented a dilemma. The pure entertainment value of a sound recording on first glance seems one dimensional. You pull up Spotify’s landing page and viola: 30 different playlists, albums, and singles are at

Eating disorder week sparks conversation

LIVING WITH AN ED IN COLLEGE The National Eating Disorders Association (NEDA) has dubbed Feb. 26 through Mar. 4 National Eating Disorder Awareness Week (#NEDAwareness). According to their website, the NEDA-spearheaded viral campaign aims to “shine the spotlight on eating disorders (ED) and put life-saving

CD Review // Future

Future Freebandz/Epic Records Under the alluding poetic pseudonym Future, Nayvadius Cash has dropped his full-length, self-titled LP Future on Feb. 17. On Future, Cash meticulously rolls his tracks into a ganja package that plays just as smooth as it smolders. The 17-track record is chock-full

Noise FM // William Card

The feelings that surface when spearheading a project are often waffle-y. Not waffled like the breakfast delicacy, but like tracking your own emotions. They can change day-to-day, and sometimes second to second. It can be as minute as deciding either to cry before Adele’s “Someone

Sentry Exclusive // Colorado-based rap-duo, The Reminders

Colorado-based rap-duo, The Reminders have long been heavy-weight participants in the local hip-hop scene and beyond. They consistently diffuse a societal message of inclusivity, community-building and purpose into their performance, and have found new ways to engage with audiences from very different walks of life.

Noise FM // William Card

I gotta say, working in the press has given me a different interpretation of this annual music spectacle. To me, the Grammys used to be an exhilarating evening of watching many of my favorite artists perform high-caliber and over-the-top televised renditions of their latest hits. Which,