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5 Seconds of Summer | CALM | Album Review

Interscope Records Rating: 4 out of 5 stars Two years since their last album, Youngblood, 5 Seconds of Summer has returned with not only their newest album CALM, but also a growth in their musical sound. The name comes from the first initials of each of the members, Calum, Ashton,

Owl City | Ocean Eyes | Retro Album Review

Republic Records Rating: 5 out of 5 stars Owl City’s career may have mostly collapsed after 2012, but his second album Ocean Eyes defined electro-pop music of the early 2010s. Released in 2009, Ocean Eyes contains a myriad of sunshine-y, light, electric pop hits.   Of course, the album would

Prepare to meet new local virtuosos 

In House Collective is bringing the spotlight to local creatives To say that Denver is a hub for creatives is an understatement. One can walk around Downtown and see fliers for underground shows and art exhibits plastered on nearly every electrical box or streetlamp. Drive east down Colfax and someone is bound to

Music industry relief resources during COVID-19

The show must go on The live music of the world has gone quiet. With the music industry facing to lose billions of dollars, it’s a fearfully unstable time for people of the industry, whether they’re in performing, booking, managing, or any other facet of putting

SOMEWHERE IN NEVERLAND

“Bicycle Race” I think we’ve determined by now that I grew up with music being in my life quite a lot (obviously). Honestly, I pretty much need it as the background soundtrack to everything I do in my life at this point and as determined

Megan Thee Stallion | Savage | Single Review

300 Rating: Thumbs Up Megan Thee Stallion’s latest single “Savage” is sassy, moody, and nasty. The song begins with Megan reminding listeners that she is still that bitch and will forever be. Megan’s overall flow is catchy and interesting enough to keep the attention of the audience.

Waxahatchee | Saint Cloud | Album Review

Merge Records Rating: 5 out of 5 stars Every album by Waxahatchee reveals a different side of Katie Crutchfield. While her most recent EP, Great Thunder, carried a somber tone, Saint Cloud represents a full embrace of the last decade of her life.   Originally from Alabama, she and her sister formed the punk

Childish Gambino | 3.15.20 | Album Review

RCA Records Rating: 3 out of 5 stars Two years since the controversial and chaotic “This Is America” and four years since his last album release “Awaken, My Love!” actor and songwriter Childish Gambino released his fourth studio album 3.15.20 initially on the date that the album was titled after on

Nirvana | Nevermind | Retro Album Review

Geffen Records Rating: 5 out of 5 stars Adorned with probably one of the most iconic album covers of all time, Nirvana’s Nevermind is one of the most quintessential grunge albums ever produced. Released in 1991, just three years before the death of lead singer Kurt Cobain, the group found unanticipated