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Summer Soundtracks #1: Wilco’s ‘Summerteeth’

Reprise Records

Brody Coronelli, Arts & Entertainment Editor

April 21, 2015

For many, the way of internalizing experiences is accompanying them by music. This allows you to re-live the entire moment with only the drop of a needle or the press of a button. The wise, non-existent prophet Summerius Sunshinius once said: "A summer is only as good as it's soundtrack." If Sunshinius...

Introductions: Thirteen Counting Crows Essentials

Introductions: Thirteen Counting Crows Essentials

Brody Coronelli, Arts & Entertainment Editor

March 18, 2015

The Counting Crows' success story is one that musicians revere and envy. One of the most popular bands in alternative rock today and a group that defined the '90s with hits like "Mr. Jones", "Round Here", and "A Long December", the group began to take shape in 1991 when vocalist Adam Duritz and guitarist D...

Black Metal Wednesday: Leviathan’s ‘Scar Sighted’

Profound Lore Records

Brody Coronelli, Arts & Entertainment Editor

March 11, 2015

Disclaimer: The attitudes of the music which is about to be described can be disturbing and offensive to those of certain faiths. Due to the views and actions of many popular black metal musicians, the music can often reflect certain themes that would not sit well with some individuals. This article ...

Natalie Prass Debuts Delicate Contemporary on Her Self-Titled

Spacebomb Records

Brody Coronelli, Arts & Entertainment Editor

March 9, 2015

Today's attention is focused on anyone but female singer-songwriters. While the renowned fixtures like Regina Spektor, Fiona Apple, and Lykke Li receive adequate attention and praise, there's never quite been a well-appreciated batch of others that steal the show. Whether you want to blame this on gender...

Overlooked: Dwight Twilley

Overlooked: Dwight Twilley

Brody Coronelli, Arts & Entertainment Editor

March 9, 2015

Legendary music journalist Lester Bangs once said: "Every great work of art has two faces, one toward it's own time and one toward the future-- toward eternity." While many musicians throughout history experience success in their own time and often go on to have lingering influence upon future generations,...

The Growing Walls of Musical Taste & How I Escaped

The Growing Walls of Musical Taste & How I Escaped

Brody Coronelli, Arts & Entertainment Editor

February 23, 2015

It's human nature to build walls for ourselves. Getting to know yourself is an important part of growing older, but even as aspects of ourselves continue to develop, we often fortify boundaries for ourselves; especially on the spectrum of personal taste. People may shut out forms of art-- in this case,...

Drake Makes a Surprise Return With ‘If You’re Reading This It’s Too Late’

Young Money Cash Money

Brody Coronelli, Arts & Entertainment Editor

February 18, 2015

Even if you don't follow Drake, you know his name. At the young age of 23, Drake rode the fame of his Degrassi run and dropped his breakthrough debut LP Thank Me Later, which featured the likes of the soulful legend Alicia Keys, Young Money Cash Money Record's notorious alumni Lil Wayne, and even...

Denver Punk-Rockers The Knew Talk Genre Clashes, Their Roots, and Their Upcoming LP

Photo courtesy of The Knew

Brody Coronelli, Arts & Entertainment Editor

February 11, 2015

The Knew are one of Denver's many punk-rock outfits hiding beneath the rafters, but it only takes one live set for the band to transfuse an unprecedented charm in the audience with their vivacious, sharp brand of rock 'n' roll. With their new album Schmew dropping this May and multiple shows lined up...

Teachers Like Music Too?: Mrs. Cawlfield’s Favorites

Teachers Like Music Too?: Mrs. Cawlfield's Favorites

Brody Coronelli, Arts & Entertainment Editor

February 11, 2015

Despite the fact that many of us assume teachers only teach, grade assignments, and repeat, they're not so different from us students. Hidden beneath the red pen scratches all over our essays and attendance taking lies passions, fears, hopes, dreams, and a unique perspective on the world *gasps!*. Ho...

The Maine Tease Their Upcoming, Fifth LP ‘American Candy’ with “English Girls”

The Maine Tease Their Upcoming, Fifth LP 'American Candy' with

Brody Coronelli, Arts & Entertainment Editor

February 10, 2015

The evolution of The Maine's music from the beginning of their career to now is stellar. With roots in glossy pop-rock that's traced out on the albums Can't Stop Won't Stop and Black & White, the band embarked on a stylistic revolution in 2011 with Pioneer; a warm and versatile rock & roll ...

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