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The growing legacy of St. Vincent

AN ARTIST ON ALL FRONTS St. Vincent, also known as Annie Clark, is an enigma. She comes off as well-read, especially for someone who dropped out of music school halfway through her junior year. Her musical persona is rife with cultural and literary references, from

Brief history of music and style

FASHION AND MUSIC HAVE GONE HAND IN HAND “Music and fashion have had a kind of incestuous relationship since the 50s,” designer John Varvatos said. “It started with people like Elvis Presley and pop-icons like James Dean. Then it exploded in the MTV days. Now,

Max DeVincenzo addresses mental illness in new album

MUSICIAN HOPES TO REACH LARGER AUDIENCES Max DeVincenzo was having the time of his life in Boston, Massachusetts, studying Film Scoring at the Berklee College of Music, a prestigious University with an impressive list of alums such as John Mayer and Ben Mckee. Everything was

Underground electronic music on the rise in Denver

EUROPEAN DJ BRINGS NEW NOISE TO DENVER Denver has undergone many changes recently, especially regarding it local electronic music scene. People who live in this city tend to associate electronic dance music with large festivals in Las Vegas and in the deserts of Southern California,

Hans Zimmer concert brings silver screen to life

FILM COMPOSER AT 1STBANK CENTER As far as sweeping overgeneralizations go, claiming most people are familiar with Hans Zimmer’s music—even if they’ve never heard of him—is among the safest to make. The legendary composer has defined a generation of filmmaking, and on Aug. 6 he

Musical side-project turned viral sensation

TMZ ON THE VIRAL RISE On March 25, Too Many Zooz played the Bluebird Theatre in Denver. After the concert, the Sentry had the opportunity to talk with one of three musicians that make up the Brasshouse band trumpet player Matt Doe about the band’s

CU Denver a cappella in spotlight

LARK FINDS SUCCESS AT EVERY TURN CU Denver is no stranger to locally known talent. Yet, with groups like Lark, they bring the university into the national spotlight. The nine-member, all female-identifying a cappella group at CU Denver has been together and rocking it for

Bowiefest rages at the Hi-Dive

LOCAL BAND GATHERS IN MEMORIAM By day the Hi-Dive bar on South Broadway is a dingy building next to high end stores and hip restaurants. By night it transforms into the biggest party on the block, simply putting neighboring bars to shame. Bowiefest on Jan.

The State of DIY in Denver

TENSION MOUNTS BETWEEN CITY AND LOCAL ARTISTS Over 10 years ago, the RiNo district in Denver was born home to two places that any perfectly insane person would dare venture to, that being the beloved DIY venue Rhinoceropolis (aka Rhino) and its sister Glob. The

For Fun, For Rap, & For Broccolli

  Dancing, singing, and performing antics under the acronym, Doing Real Ass Music, D.R.A.M. (pronounced Dr-ah-m) is heating up the mainstream. What stands out about D.R.A.M. isn’t solely his spunky, rhyming, chipper sound in his hit “Cha Cha” or “Broccoli,” It’s that his music stands