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Mind of Mine by ZAYN (RCA)

Almost exactly one year after his departure from One Direction, former member of the group, ZAYN, has released his latest on March 27 titled Mind Of Mine, a solo album of pure fuckboy manifestation. With Mind Of Mine’s tendency toward heavy pop beats, sappy-yet-vulgar sexualized

Staff Picks 3/30: Beach Daze

“Sea Lion Goth Blues” – The Growlers I personally try to stay away from extensive exposure to the sun and vast bodies of water, but there is something about The Growlers that makes me want to post up on sandy shore on a, preferably, overcast

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Disguise the Limit by Nyck Caution (Cinematic Music Group)

Nyck Caution is Brooklyn’s own artist originally creating his first pieces of music with the group PRO ERA. His sound has evolved over the years from boombap beats to more modernized instrumentals. His debut album Disguise The Limit, released Feb. 29, contains 14 tracks with

No One Deserves Happiness by The Body (Thrill Jockey)

Seventeen years and four studio albums later, sludge-metal band The Body spits out another morbid, hope-killing record, No One Deserves Happiness, released on March 18. The title sounds exactly like the album does: terrible. But lead vocalist Chip King and drummer Lee Buford wanted the

School Dances and Loud Speakers

WILL CARD DISCUSSES BUSINESS OF DJING A wild card is exactly how it sounds: full of unlikelihood, comprised of surprises. Music Business major William Card is exactly that. A hardworking, enthusiastic person with a helpful tone, Card is much more than just a student; he’s

Paul Performs Simon at King Center

CU PROFESSOR LEAVES AUDIENCE WANTING MORE Guests made their way into the King Center Recital Hall on March 10 for a concert in tribute to musician Paul Simon, hosted by the Music & Entertainment Industry Studies Department. Serene melodies lit the hall and the ambiance

Untitled Unmastered by Kendrick Lamar (Interscope)

Coming fresh off his “Best Rap Album” win in the 56th Grammy Awards for To Pimp A Butterfly, Kendrick Lamar’s March 4 release of Untitled Unmastered, a collection of contemporaneous demos, could seem like a cynical cash grab. However, while it may not quite stand

Emily’s D+Evolution by Esperanza Spalding (In The Red Records)

Upon hearing Esperanza Spalding’s numerous accolades as a self-taught bassist, cellist, and composer, it is easy to be intimidated by her success. In her new album, released March 4, Emily’s D+Evolution, Spalding channels her alter-ego, as it were, named Emily, in yet another outstanding feat.

We Can Do Anything by Violent Femmes ([PIAS])

Sixteen years after their last album release, and 33 years after their first, enormously popular self-titled album, the Violent Femmes return with We Can Do Anything, released March 4. The Femmes’ latest release encompases old sounds with a more docile, aged creativity. When listening to

CU Professor True on Music Creativity

GREGORY WALKER CONTINUES TO FIND INDIVIDUALITY Experimentation is how we progress in society. New thoughts and ideas do little to progress us culturally or technologically while they still remain untested. CU Denver Music Professor Gregory Walker has spent his life experimenting with new musical and