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SENTRY EXCLUSIVE: Nina Switched Out Vegas for Denver

Online Exclusive: DJ Nina Las Vegas at Beta Sometimes it’s impossible to know what’s exactly in store when it comes to entertainment.. It was crystal-clear, however, from the crowd’s reaction at one of the opening sets during the HYPERHOUSE’s  stop at Denver’s Beta Nightclub that

CAM Records Signs Avenhart

CAM Records, a music business class at MEIS, has announced CU Denver group Avenhart as their musical artist for the school year. Each year the class, taught by MEIS professor Andy Guerrero, picks a local band to help promote for a record release essentially doing

Modern Takes On Classic Tunes

Now that Thanksgiving has officially ended, it is time for mainstream America to fully embrace the Christmas spirit.   Classic covers of holiday tunes adds a sense of overwhelming joy to every car’s playlist. The Sentry wanted to take a deep dive to find the

NOISE F.M: William Card

Begging, pleading, groveling on my knees, and sucking up like a boss. These actions have long been a solid indicator of how my semester’s been. Whether it’s vexing for an opportunity at extra credit, or my last-ditch effort to expose my pain and stress to

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SINGLE REVIEW: Christine and the Queens

Saint Claude (Because Records) Having toured his exquisite album throughout Europe and the U.S., including Pitchfork, Panorama, and Bestival, fans of the classicallytrained instrumentalist turned electro-house producer will be treated to the remix of “Saint Claude” from French-sensation Christine & the Queens breakthrough self-titled album.

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SINGLE REVIEW: Alessia Cara

How Far I’ll Go (Walt Disney Records) Lin-Manuel Miranda dazzled audiences with his creative songwriting in his Broadway hit, Hamilton. On Oct. 27, Miranda proved his outstanding songwriting abilities and that his pen writes beyond the stage with the release of Alessia Cara’s new track

C.D. REVIEW: Taylor Bennett

Broad Shoulders (Upnorth Music) Taylor Bennett wants to make one thing clear: he is more than Chance the Rapper’s brother. The 20-year-old rapper currently stands unheard of compared to the success of his older brother Chancellor. But Taylor Bennett is slowly and surely on the

C.D. REVIEW: Two Door Cinema Club

Gameshow (Parlophone Records) After a three-year musical hiatus, Irish indie-rock band Two Door Cinema Club is back with its third album Gameshow. Though the band had hinted at Gameshow being released back in 2015, the album dropped on Oct. 14 of this year. Gameshow’s vibe

C.D. REVIEW: Saint Motel

saintmotelevision (Electra Records) It’s been three years since Saint Motel released a full-length album. Although they’re actively touring and released an EP just last year, fans can look forward to their trademark explosive energy on their sophomore album saintmotelevision.  From hyper tracks like “Move” to

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NOISE F.M: William Card

In one time or another in our life, we’ve all felt like something went wrong. Whether it was taking a swig of orange juice primed from a sultry session of brushing my teeth, or watching the presidential elections unfold before my eyes last Tuesday evening,