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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

CD Review // Avenhart

Avenhart CAM RECORDS Avenhart—the freshest faces to Denver’s indie-folk scene—released Avenhart on March 16 via CAM Records. CAM Records is a student-run record label on CU Denver’s campus and has seen releases from the likes of The Fray, One Flew West, and other beloved Colorado

CD Review // FKJ

French Kiwi Juice Roche Musique FKJ came in like fire for the Spring Break shift in the music scene by releasing French Kiwi Juice on March 3. The electronic visionary is a Paris-based producer, hence French Kiwi Juice, who kills the game with a sultry

CD Review // Khalid

American Teen RCA Records   Khalid’s debut LP, American Teen, is made for road trips to the beach. There is nothing mind-blowing here, but  American Teen features enough feel-good songs to keep on a summer playlist. The album has many strong qualities, especially for a

The real history of skinheads

A LOST IDEA OF UNITY Today, “skinhead” has become something of a dirty word. It is inevitably associated with racism, nazism, and white supremacism; but what the majority of people don’t know is that “real” skinheads were not connected to racism or prejudice. The skinhead

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Piano Fest dazzles Denver jazz club

On March 1 and 2, CU Denver’s College of Arts & Media’s piano program displayed the talents of faculty, students, and alumni in a two-night piano festival. On March 1, DazzleJazz club—located in the heart of the Golden Triangle—hosted the CU Piano trios, directed by

Chloe Tang Launches EP

Chloe Tang, a CU Denver artist, is on the verge of something big. In addition to playing her sold-out Hi-Dive EP release show on March 9, she took a second to catch up with the Sentry about all things in Tang’s life. S: Let’s talk

Should bands continue without key members?

#ADAM NOBERT // Taylor Kirby Freddie Mercury has been dead for 26 years, but Queen rocks on. With Adam Lambert taking the lead mic, Queen has launched its 2017 world tour and will play a packed Pepsi Center on July 6—despite the fact that Queen

Noise FM // William Card

When I first walked across the bustling Speer Blvd, I was a fledgling songwriter and entirely 100 percent uncertain of my future career path. Four years later, I am a senior in the music business program at CU Denver. And while still pretty uncertain, I