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Blood Tangent | Column

Blood Tangent is coming to an end. And I guess I am moving on to bigger and better things—but I’m not sure, definitely not cured, a little allured, and maybe a bit more matured. Over the past four years I’ve gone to more shows than

CU Denver’s Battle of the Bands

Hard Rock Cafe hosts CAM’s best and brightest On April 19, CU Denver’s most talented musicians were put on display to win the ultimate competition: Battle of the Bands. CU Denver Live! hosted the event  at the Hard Rock Cafe inside the Denver Pavilions. The

Lord Huron | When the Night is Over | Single Review

IAMSOUND Records On April 2, Lord Huron released their single titled “When the Night is Over” as a part of their third upcoming album, Vide Noir. The song sounds similar to another song they produced called, “The Night We Met,” and although the song is

Tyler, The Creator | Okra | Music Video Review

Directed by Wolf Haley Tyler, the Creator’s latest release is in the shape of a vegetable, and it’s beautiful. “Okra,” is a banger—to say the very least. The music video was released in late March and as far as music videos go, it is cinematically

King Tuff | The Other | Album Review

Sub Pop Records 4 out of 5 stars King Tuff’s new album, The Other, released on April 13, takes after neo-garage bands like The Donkeys or Ty Segall but brings his own gothic psychedelia to the genre. Opening with its namesake song, The Other starts

Pentatonix | PTX Presents: Top Pop Vol. 1 | Album Review

RCA Records 3 out of 5 stars The five-person a capella group Pentatonix released PTX Presents: Top Pop, Vol 1 on April 13. The 11-track album is a reimagining of some of today’s biggest hits, including: “Attention” by Charlie Puth, “Stay” by Zedd and Alessia

Musicians who struggle with mental illness

Turning Pain into Art The recent suicides of musicians such as Chester Bennington and Chris Cornell have opened a dialogue on a topic that is not acknowledged nearly enough—the pervasiveness of mental illness in artists, particularly musicians. Mental illnesses have unfortunately claimed many lives, but

Ho99o9 with 3TEETH at The Marquis 4/22 | All Ages

  TheOGM and Eaddy are Ho99o9. Pronounced like “horror” the duo uses alluringly abrasive, industrial style beats coupled with Eaddy’s growling vocals and theOGM’s forceful but smooth rapping style.  Ho99o9 is hard to define—but they don’t need a label or a genre. Their music stands firmly

Blood Tangent | Column

I think the tragedies that really make my blood turn cold are the things that could literally happen to anyone, at anytime, or in any place. The chances are I’m not going to be a victim of a cult or get trapped on top of a