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Noise F.M.// William Card

“The last thing an artist wants to do is sit down and answer your shitty questions.” Goddamn. When I got into the gig of music journalism, I wanted to uncover the hidden stories and surprise-antics of musicians. Constantly looking for the juicy hook, or the

Single Review // Elijah and Christine

BING BONG // Potatowithane Records From the YouTubers known for videos like “HE PROPOSED AT TACO BELL! (Real)” and “MAKING WEED BROWNIES IN AN EASY BAKE OVEN,” comes “Bing Bong,” a revolutionary reimagining of The Chainsmokers’ “Closer.” Elijah Daniel and Christine Sydelko worked diligently for

CD REVIEW // Maroon 5

Every Song Ever Written by Maroon 5 // Call the Cops Inc. Since its inception in 2001,  pop-rock band Maroon 5 has released five studio albums about love, sex, and relationships. Fans of the band can now enjoy every song they’ve ever written at the

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CD REVIEW // Whale Sounds

Whale Sounds // Sea World Records Taking a swimming trip through the Pacific Ocean on the way to visit elderly grandparents? Forget the days of nauseating seal barks and dolphin squeals; put it all to rest for Whale Sounds, the self-titled record released on March

CD REVIEW // Large Corporations

When You’re on Hold // MOH RECORDS When You’re On Hold is the newest album, from Large Corporations released on March 28. The goal of every consecutive minute is to fill the awkward silence that would initially be heard by callers who have been put

Coachella cancelled midst birth announcement

FORGETTABLE OPENING ACTS RIOT Goldenvoice’s executive decision to cancel the 2017 edition of the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival—following the drop-out of one of the headliners, Beyoncé—sparked massive punk controversy. Many fans of Queen B were upset but understood why she made the decision.

Student spends money on Yeezy she could’ve made herself

DAMN I’M BUMMED One Denver college student feels deeply-rooted embarrassment after reportedly spending all of her tuition monies from her loans on a Yeezy sweater she admitted she could’ve “made herself.” Kanye West, also known as Yeezy, is no stranger to entrepreneurial pursuits. One of

Top types of people for the 2017 music festival season

AND WHY THEY SUCK Festival season is just around the corner, and with that summer heat comes all of the subhumans right along with it. Love it or hate it, music festivals like Riot Fest, Warped Tour, Coachella, and the like are the breeding grounds

Noise FM// William Card

Music editors try to be nice. We know we tip-toe the fine line between publicly assaulting the career and livelihood of the artists we review. It’s about time I let that slide. What caused this sudden change of life perspective, you may ask? When three

Single Review // Claude Violante

“LIke That” Panenka Music Claude Violante is proving exactly why she’s an international force to be reckoned with in her newest single “Like That” from her upcoming EP, Road Race, set to release March 17. This Parisian artist takes her cinematic and churning sentiments to