CU Sentry reviews Love Yes by TEEN, from Carpark Records.
The Sentry reviews Life of Pause by Wild Nothing, from Captured Tracks.
It’s mighty difficult to find a positive female role-model that passes my standards. Those standards don’t necessarily include shameless exposure of miles of cleavage, and they rarely entail any affiliation with the White House. One woman who does strike me as someone worth looking up
A few weeks ago, as I hopped into a friend’s car, my eyes slid slowly to meet his face at the sound of the bubblegum pop music trickling from his car stereo. Understanding the look, he quickly defended himself saying, “What? It got really good
“Lets Twist Again” – Chubby Checker My grandpa used to play this song a lot when he was still alive and we used to dance around the kitchen and I just so badly to be alive when it came out and be apart of the dance
The other day, while bumbling through the morning news as I usually do, I came across a Guardian article with the headline: “How a Mississippi Bounce Concert Was Shut Down Over Anticipated Twerking.” Intrigued, I read on. Settle in readers because, oh my word, is
Local band SF1 defines genre.
Being a fan of Kanye West can be difficult
“Roses” – Abra “Roses” doesn’t talk about a pretty end to love. It’s about a lover who accepts that some flings are bound to end, that they don’t have the “green thumb” to make love work. Against all this aching and disappointed acceptance, a 90’s
Local band One Flew West talks about their new music video and working with CAM Records.