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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

Quadio: the collegiate Spotify

New music sharing platform for students According to Spotify’s FAQ information, there are over 20,000 tracks per day being released on their platform. Considering their millions of subscribed artists across the world, that may not be that surprising. But as part of their “Artist Wrapped”

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Grossly Uninspired If I’m being 100 percent honest, I’m feeling grossly uninspired this week so here’s a playlist of my current favorite songs: 1. “Cry Baby” by The Neighbourhood 2. “Can I Call You Tonight?” by Dayglow 3. “Somebody Else” by The 1975 4. “Crush

Niall Horan | No Judgement | Single Review

Capitol Records Rating: Thumbs Up Niall Horan’s latest release, “No Judgement,” clearly proves the Irish singer’s sound is moving more in the direction of sultry pop on his upcoming sophomore album Heartbreak Weather. The track kicks off with a scorching fingerpicked guitar riff and heavy

Green Day | Father of All… | Album Review

Reprise Records Rating: 3 out of 5 stars For a band who’s been creating music for nearly three decades, a listener would think that their style of music, as of late, is out of date in today’s modern age. Yet, in theory, that’s only partially

La Roux | Supervision | Album Review

Supercolour Records Rating: 2 out of 5 stars After a long hiatus, La Roux has finally released a new album, titled Supervision. Beware when first taking a listen: that isn’t the Spice Girls mixed with a children’s cartoon theme song; no, that really is La

Johnny Cash | At Folsom Prison | Retro Album Review

Sony Music Entertainment Rating: 5 out of 5 stars Today, many people will openly drag the country music genre through the dirt. Yet, there is one country record that fans of modern country and fans of the classics can agree on as highly listenable and

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

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Four Eyes I’ve had glasses on my face since the second grade. Starting out, I only had reading glasses but a short two years later my prescription had completely flipped into giving me four eyes for the rest of my life. Of course, as a

Behind the making of the Grammys

How the winners are decided The 62nd annual Grammys award show has left the music industry buzzing with excitement. Not only did Billie Eilish break a record by being the youngest person to win the ‘Big Four’ awards (Song, Record, Album, and New Artist), but