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The All-Night Vigil makes a noteworthy appearance

St. John’s does Rachmaninoff St. Martin’s Chamber Choir kicks off their 25th anniversary season with a gorgeous performance of Rachmaninoff’s All-Night Vigil. Held in the historic Saint John’s Cathedral in Capitol Hill, the lights were dimmed to simulate the darkness in which it would traditionally

Young the Giant | Heat of the Summer | Single Review

Elektra Off their blazing set at Grandoozy, Young the Giant debuted an electric new single from their upcoming fourth album, Mirror Master. “Heat of the Summer” kicks off with a fiery intro featuring heavy percussion and an effortless guitar progression. The group quickly makes a

Ritt Momney | Pollution/Disclaimer | Single Review

No Label “Pollution / Disclaimer” by independent artist Ritt Momney is the combination of two short keyboard songs. The first begins as a slow, single note melody then effortlessly transforms into a powerfully subtle drum beat. Rather than being grabbed by the instrumental backing, lead

Jungle | For Ever | Album Review

XL Recordings Rating: 3 out of 5 stars Jungle, a modern soul band based in the United Kingdom, returns with their second album, For Ever. The instrumentation is strong throughout the whole album. There are a variety of drum and synth beats that are pleasing

6lack | East Atlanta Love Letter | Album Review

XL Recordings Rating: 4 out of 5 Emerging as one of today’s hottest rappers, 6lack released his second studio album, East Atlanta Love Letter, on Sept. 14. Featuring guest artists Future, Offset, J. Cole, and Khalid, 6lack and company continue their success in the R&B,

BROCKHAMPTON | iridescence | Album Review

RCA / Sony Rating: 3 out of 5 stars Only months after the removal of founding member Ameer Vann, America’s favorite boy band BROCKHAMPTON returns to the studio for their fifth release, iridescence, their first after signing with industry titans RCA Records. Despite the immense

Winter has come… to the Pepsi Center

Ramin Djawadi’s Game of Thrones Soundtrack live in concert Game of Thrones is one of the most popular shows of the decade, and its composer, Ramin Djawadi, is currently on the second tour of Game of Thrones Live Concert Experience. Currently touring across the United

Residente viene como visitante a Denver

Reggaetonero visits Summit Music Hall On Sept. 13, a much-needed Caribbean flair came to Denver thanks to the Residente concert at Summit Musical Hall. This is the current solo tour of the lead vocalist of Calle 13. Residente is an artist from Puerto Rico and

Undercover

Hail Mary Don’t ever ask yourself the question: how will I survive after college? The fit of terror, anxiety, and depression that follows won’t do you any favors. Monday night, I lay in bed, wondering how the hell I was going to pay the rent

Denver Jazz Festival has all the right moves

Swinging Jazz at Ellie Caulkins Opera House Studio Loft While everyone else was at Grandoozy, the coolest cats around spent their weekend dancing the night away at the fifth annual Denver Vintage Jazz Festival and the 14th annual Lindy on the Rocks. The two festivals