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Good Times Ahead | Little Bit of This | Single Review

Warner Records Rating: Thumbs Up Crickets might not be the first expected sound to hear at the beginning of a heavy hype track, but Good Times Ahead (G.T.A.) opens up “Little Bit of This (ft. Vince Staples)” with none other than their peaceful chirping. But with the count-off of

Five Finger Death Punch | F8 | Album Review

Better Noise Music Rating: 4 out of 5 stars Five Finger Death Punch’s new album, F8, is as much a banger as anything they’ve released before.   Coming in at 15 songs that equate to just over 45 minutes of listening time, both old and new fans

Jimi Hendrix | Blues | Retro Album Review

RCA Records Rating: 5 out of 5 stars Jimi Hendrix is a lost soul in today’s world of music as he was respected and admired by all backgrounds. The history of rock and roll cannot be told without the name Jimi Hendrix. The album Blues was released on April 26, 1994, and featured six songs

Echosmith shines bright at the Bluebird Theater

Family band bonds over the “lonely generation” Walking into The Bluebird Theater, audience members were soon acquainted with one another in the small, but intimate setting. The stage was simply set with various instruments, colored lights, and a single banner that read “Lonely Generation,” the

Tame Impala | The Slow Rush | Album Review

Modular Recordings Rating: 3 out of 5 stars Cutting it close to a year since the single releases of “Patience” and “Borderline,” Australian musical prodigy Tame Impala released their fourth studio album, The Slow Rush, in the middle of February. With a title such as

Lupe Fiasco | Hey Lupe | Single Review

Atlantic Records Rating: Thumbs Up A song that is angsty and full of hype, Lupe Fiasco’s “Hey Lupe” finally released to streaming services 15 years after its creation back in 2006. Sounding similarly to SoundCloud rapper Pouya, Fiasco’s raspy voice flows fluently with the upbeat

Tennis | Swimmer | Album Review

Fat Possum Records Rating: 4 out of 5 stars The dynamic duo Tennis has returned with their newest album, Swimmer. Alaina Moore and Patrick Riley met at CU Denver through a class they had together. The husband and wife formed the indie-pop band in 2010