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CD Review // Rag n’ Bone Man

Human Columbia Records Rory Graham, an up-and-coming blues and soul singer—performing under the pseudonym Rag‘N’Bone Man—has grabbed the attention of European audiences. His latest studio album, Human, is no exception. As of this February, it has become the best-selling male debut in a decade. His

CD Review // Andrew McMahon

Zombies on Broadway Vanguard Records With Denver temperatures reaching beyond 60 degrees recently, it’s  easy to start thinking about summer. Every person needs the perfect soundtrack to complement their warm weather adventures. This unseasonable-summer soundtrack can be found in Andrew McMahon and the Wilderness’ latest

CD Review // Future

Future Freebandz/Epic Records Under the alluding poetic pseudonym Future, Nayvadius Cash has dropped his full-length, self-titled LP Future on Feb. 17. On Future, Cash meticulously rolls his tracks into a ganja package that plays just as smooth as it smolders. The 17-track record is chock-full

Noise FM // William Card

The feelings that surface when spearheading a project are often waffle-y. Not waffled like the breakfast delicacy, but like tracking your own emotions. They can change day-to-day, and sometimes second to second. It can be as minute as deciding either to cry before Adele’s “Someone

Sentry Exclusive // Colorado-based rap-duo, The Reminders

Colorado-based rap-duo, The Reminders have long been heavy-weight participants in the local hip-hop scene and beyond. They consistently diffuse a societal message of inclusivity, community-building and purpose into their performance, and have found new ways to engage with audiences from very different walks of life.

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

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William Control, Palaye Royale at Marquis

NO BDSM HERE? William Control is the side project of William Frances, the frontman of the perhaps fondly remembered 2000s emo band Aiden. The all-American four piece are an electro-rock band, appropriating 80s synth pop with a dark and considerably “goth-ier” undertone. The group describes

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CD Review // Alex Dezen

alex dezen II // Poor Man Records Alex Dezen II, by Alex Dezen was released on Feb. 3, and is a funkadelic electro-album that strikes the heart of the listener like a lightning bolt. The album is filled to the brim with beats fit for a

CD Review // Big Sean

I Decided // GOOD Music Big Sean released his fourth album, I Decided., on Feb 3. His first concept album has helped him gain a bigger fan base and more credit as an artist. I Decided. is about a man who’s reborn and lives his life

CD Review // Syd

Fin // Columbia Records Syd’s solo album Fin, which dropped on Feb. 3, is the stunning debut from the 24-year old producer, DJ, and singer. Syd is the third musical project from OFWGKTA’s original beat producer Sydney Bennet. Fin creates something of its own mystical universe,