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Lil Yachty | Nuthin’ 2 Prove | Album Review

Quality Control Music / Mowtown / Capital Rating: 2 out 5 stars Lil Yachty released his third studio album titled Nuthin’ 2 Prove. Featuring multiple guest artists such as Playboi Carti, Cardi B, Offset, and Juice WRLD, the album fails to deliver on the momentum

Polyphia | New Levels New Devils | Album Review

Equal Vision Records Inc. Rating: 4 out of 5 stars With their third and latest full-length album, New Levels New Devils, math rock based instrumental combo Polyphia extrapolate on their trademark blend of hip-hop beats and technical guitar playing, resulting in their most solid release

Weezer | Can’t Knock the Hustle | Single Review

Crush Music / Atlantic “Can’t Knock the Hustle” by Weezer is a newly released single about Uber drivers. It takes on a funk style with a synth that is accompanied by guitar, drums, and background singers. The drums, with the cymbals being the most apparent,

Jon Bellion | JT | Single Review

Capitol A daydreamer’s track, Jon Bellion’s “JT” is the newest single off his upcoming album Glory Sound Prep. It brings forth the same gospel-like vocals and optimistic synth-pop beat from his previous works. Picking up off his previous album, Human Condition, “JT” is Bellion’s reflection on

Undercover

Don’t Tread on Me At my other job I get to control the music all day. My shop sells kratom, a Southeast Asian tree that some opiate users take to kick prescription opiates. I work, more or less, in a closet. My little nook is

Mid90s is Spotify’s First Film ‘Playlist’

Jonah Hill’s Rap and Punk Bias Actor Jonah Hill, for his feature directorial and screenwriting debut Mid90s, recently collaborated with Spotify to create an official “motion picture playlist” for the film. What’s unusual about this featured playlist, which Spotify calls “the first of its kind,”

Local bands dig in at the Alamo

Barfly: Babybaby and The SIR Band by Abby Wehrman and Genessa Gutzait Down on Colfax, there’s a little place called the Alamo Drafthouse. It’s quite unnoticeable unless you’re really looking. It’s a movie theater/bar/restaurant/music venue combo, and on Friday, Nov. 2, it was the spot

The Metro State of Jazz

Metro Jazz at King Center On Tuesday, Oct. 23, Metro State hosted its first round of student Jazz Combo performances at the Auraria Campus’ own King Center Concert Hall. Featuring two ensembles directed by Ron Miles and Shane Endsley, the event provided a memorable showcase

Breaking new ground in Denver’s hip-hop scene

Ground Broken  discusses collaboration and local vibe Ground Broken, consisting of Producer Surreal (David Lesperance) and Lyricist Escro (Rembert Hann), both CU Denver students, is a musical movement in hip-hop that has produced a lot of influence in the Denver area. When asked about who