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The Music Industry and Elections

Music has continuously been played to accompany a variety of moods. If you’re happy, listen to music! If you’re sad, listen to music! If it’s three in the morning, and you still do not understand that one stubborn homework problem… listen to music! Along with its connections to every state of mind, music adds to […]

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The Band Plays On

Without a doubt, 2020 has brought on more delays, reschedules, and cancellations than most of us would like to acknowledge. These inconveniences have become the new normal as schools reopen and the world braces itself for what has yet to come. Organizations, clubs, and universities across the country have modified their normal plans of operation […]

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Odesza: A Moment Apart

In an era when it feels that anyone with a computer and some spare time can create their own music, music identity is becoming increasingly hard to create and develop. For Seattle’s own Odesza, this concept seemed to come together overnight. Through Summer’s Gone and In Return, Odesza made a name for themselves through a […]

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Denver Music: Dreadnought

Dreadnought has been one of Denver’s most reliable local bands for the past few years. They can be found opening for almost any post-rock or math-rock show in the Denver Area. If these genres aren’t for you, Dreadnought might not be either; but for those who like long intricate instrumentals scattered with screams, Dreadnought might […]

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Dreadnought Review

Dreadnought has been one of Denver’s most reliable local bands for the past few years. They can be found opening for almost any post-rock or math-rock show in the Denver Area. If these genres aren’t for you, Dreadnought might not be either; but for those who like long intricate instrumentals scattered with screams, Dreadnought might […]

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Denver Music Scene Review: New Leverage Latest Album Offers Dynamic Music

A band that has seemed to pop up frequently as of late in Denver’s Local Music scene is New Leverage. This band always seems to pop up playing with other local bands along with touring bands that need local openers, so it only seemed appropriate to check out their recordings. The band has two releases, […]

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Glass Animals Album Encourages Introsepction

The new Glass Animals album is, as the kids say these days, “amazeballs”. It is a physical and mental feat to listen to any of the 11 tracks on “How To Be A Human Being” without breaking out into a plethora of embarrassing dance moves. Glass Animals is a band from Oxford, England who have […]

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Denver Music Scene Review: Gleemer

The dream-pop genre has seldom been mentioned in the local music scene until recently, with Loveland-based group Gleemer taking the stage. Their unique sound tickles the senses with a brush of floating vocals, driving guitars and lyrics that feel as though they’ve been in your heart before you even put on your headphones. Gleemer’s talents […]

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Bastille and Andrew McMahon in the Wilderness at Red Rocks

Friday, Oct. 7 saw two incredible performances at Red Rocks Amphitheatre for the annual Jeep on the Rocks concert. Andrew McMahon in the Wilderness opened for Bastille with one of the most enthusiastic performances of an artist playing the piano and dancing at the same time. All of Andrew McMahon’s songs were incredibly upbeat and […]

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Indie Folk Artist Fills the Library with Joy

On Friday, Oct. 7, Claire Mahoney (pictured) performed a set of beautiful melodies before an eager audience. Her music was of an indie-folk variety, a healthy balance of originals and covers. The library concert series offers a unique creative outlet—a hidden oasis amongst books detailing phase equilibria and solid mechanics. She supplemented vocals with guitar, […]