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TR/ST | Destroyer-1 | Album Review

Parlophone Rating: 4.5 out of 5 stars An extension of his sexually liberated dance discography, Robert Alfons returns with the third TR/ST installment, Destroyer – 1. Being the first half of his vision, insight into his industrial dream-pop body of work is given. After a

PUP | Morbid Stuff | Album Review

Rise Records Rating: 4 out of 5 stars Canadian punk rock band PUP returns with their third record, Morbid Stuff. After establishing themselves as a force to be reckoned with in the genre by combining indie-rock beats with the emotional strength of pop-punk ballads, stitched

Sara Bareilles | Amidst the Chaos | Album Review

Epic Records Rating: 2.5 out of 5 stars There’s nothing technically wrong with Sara Bareilles’ songwriting, compositions, or vocal delivery, but Amidst the Chaos isn’t the right title for an album with tracks so mellow that it doesn’t evoke anything resembling chaos. The album makes

Changing the face of a cappella

Lark delivers a dark twist to the genre Lark, an all-female-identifying a cappella ensemble here at CU Denver, consists of Isabelle Amato, Camelia Ceniceros, Cleo Daniels, Janae Hansen, Sage Shriver-Blough, and Abigail Orsborne. Lark began as a concoction brewed by Director Dr. Erin Hackel to

The Worst Band Won

CU Denver Live! presents Battle of the Bands CU Denver Live! recently hosted its annual Battle of the Bands, an annual free student event located at some local eatery, this year at the Appaloosa Grill. The prize was an enticing spot in the upcoming 2019

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Woodstuck Woodstock 50 is cancelled, or so they reported Monday. Now, however, the organizers have released an update that they will continue with new financiers. I for one hope the festival will die once and for all, here, at its 50th anniversary. People have a

New song with an old sound

PostModern Jukebox in Parker, Colo. Postmodern Jukebox (PMJ) is a musical collective created by pianist Scott Bradlee that is known for taking modern hits and reimagining them with a vintage sound.  Once a week PMJ posts a new cover to their YouTube account featuring a

Lost Lake is in Bloom this spring

Moonlight Bloom and friends play Lost Lake Lounge Denver-based psychedelic rock trio Moonlight Bloom describes themselves as “experimental live improvisation in a style that hints at blues, jazz, rock and beyond.” Citing Jimi Hendrix as a primary influence, their sound reflects the early inception of

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Coffee Lives! Yerba mate is a popular herb in South America, where many people drink the tea instead of coffee. I sell this at my other job, so naturally I get free yerba throughout the day. My customers notice, I’m sure. It’s not until late

Schoolboy Q | Numb Numb Juice | Single Review

Interscope Rating: Thumbs Up Schoolboy Q’s hiatus is over, as he released his new single “Numb Numb Juice.” The song offers a refreshing start to Q’s career after a long hiatus and the inconsistency of his releases. Owning a runtime of a little under two