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Music Column

The music industry has been overwhelmingly active over the course of this past month, as the work that many artists created during quarantine was finally ready to be shared with the public. Listed below are a few albums that stood out the most to me, only skimming the surface of the amazing creations that were…

Jam Session at Mines

Last Saturday, the Karaoke Club held a Jam Night session in the Green Center. The event(around 10 people) featured multiple instruments along with live karaoke. Due to COVID-19 restrictions, a limit number of 25 people could show up, with a mandatory RSVP in place. Additionally, many participants were required to bring their own instruments. However,…

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Listen to Love

This whole idea really solidified in my head when I was talking with my parents about what really constitutes a love song. Of course, my dad mentioned ‘Closer’, by Nine Inch Nails, and we all laughed a bit, but then I got to thinking: what really is a love song? I’ll start off by saying…

Eat With Your Ears

Without a doubt Live Forever from Bartees Strange is my standout release this issue. It feels like a bit of a trip moving from straight pop-rock in “Boomer” to dark electronica in “Flagey God’’, and it should. The album is Strange’s commentary on music industry classifications, and while I could try to tell you that…

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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…

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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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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