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Real life insanity thrives at The Marquis

JAPANESE PUNK RAGES IN DOWNTOWN There are very few acts that can be associated with the words “punk-rock Power Rangers.” One of the few and proud that rock this title is Peelander-Z. The group is a Japanese punk band currently based in New York City

Surfer rock brings west coast vibes to Colorado

ALLAH-LAS HEADLINE THE GOTHIC Anonchalant vibe emanated from the audience on April 7 during the Allah-Las performance at The Gothic Theatre in Englewood. The unconcerned feeling seemed fitting for the music being played and the peculiar projections displayed behind the band. The images looked like

Surfer rock to bring west coast vibes to Colorado

ALLAH-LAS TO HEADLINE THE GOTHIC THEATRE  Allah-Las, a surfy indie-rock band formed in Los Angeles in 2008, is headlining the Gothic Theatre in Englewood, Colo. on April 7th. The group consists of Matthew Correia on percussion, Spencer Dunham on bass, Miles Michaud on vocals and

Death of a Bachelor tour ignites fans at Pepsi Center

PANIC! SETS STAGE ABLAZE In their first headlining arena tour of the decade, Panic! at the Disco arrived at a sold-out Pepsi Center to threaten audiences with a good time. Their March 17 set was a festival of high energy. Opening acts Saint Motel and

Brasshouse group slayed a packed house

TOO MANY ZOOZ AT BLUEBIRD The band that has been catching the attention of New York City commuters in subway stations since 2014 made their second memorable visit to Denver at the Bluebird Theater on March 25. Too Many Zooz, a brasshouse band based in

Top types of people for the 2017 music festival season

AND WHY THEY SUCK Festival season is just around the corner, and with that summer heat comes all of the subhumans right along with it. Love it or hate it, music festivals like Riot Fest, Warped Tour, Coachella, and the like are the breeding grounds

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Piano Fest dazzles Denver jazz club

On March 1 and 2, CU Denver’s College of Arts & Media’s piano program displayed the talents of faculty, students, and alumni in a two-night piano festival. On March 1, DazzleJazz club—located in the heart of the Golden Triangle—hosted the CU Piano trios, directed by

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

Run the Jewels boasts hypnotic poise

THE GASLAMP KILLER AND RTJ GET TURNT The Fillmore was a booming, full-house on Feb. 11. The show featured opener The Gaslamp Killer and main act, Run the Jewels on their national tour for their new album, Run the Jewels 3. Comprising of the rap

Radiohead meets classical musical twist

AUDIENCES IN AWE DURING PERFORMANCE King Center hosts an array of Auraria Campus shows and Feb. 16 marked a new experience for classical enthusiasts. Evan Shelton and his fellow string players created a velvety dark atmosphere based around the likes of Radiohead and classical music,