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Summer 2017 Music Festival Guide

By: Mikala Lugen & Holli Phillips Hey all you groovy cats! Summer is approaching, and you know what that means! FESTIVAL SEASON IS ALMOST HERE! And […]

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The best bops for Spring Break: A BSR playlist

By: Akii Butler Spring Break is upon us all. The sun is out (unless you’re in Ohio), temperature is up (unless you’re in Ohio) and the […]

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Dismantling Eurocentrism in Heavy Music

By: Evan Harms The original thesis for the black metal of Darkthrone and Burzum was a revolt against the Christian colonialism that destroyed pagan traditions in […]

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King Kendrick is Back

By: Tyler Thompson Artist: Kendrick Lamar Label: Top Dawg Entertainment Rating:      “The Heart Part 4” will empower your eardrums, motivate you to kick some ass […]

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Review: Drake ‘More Life’

By: Dylan Thacker Artist: Drake Album aka Playlist: More Life Label: Young Money Entertainment Rating:        On Saturday March 18, Drake finally unveiled the oft-delayed […]

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“This Review isn’t As _______ As You Think”: A thorough look at the new Sorority Noise LP.

By: Alex Couts Album: You’re Not As ______ As You Think Artist: Sorority Noise Record Label: Triple Crown Records Release Date: March 17th, 2017 Rating: When […]

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The 1975 releases Sade cover that’s weird enough to work

By: Abbey Heslep Nearly a year after The 1975 released their second studio album I like it when you sleep, for you are so beautiful yet […]

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BSR Web Staff: First Ringtones

Before the time of smartphones and having infinite musical choices at the touch of a button, many people went through the all-important effort of selecting songs […]

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An Interview with M. Moody

By: Reid Smith Photo courtesy of Deaf Sound Production M. Moody is an alternative soul band from Cleveland, OH featuring Mathieu Miller as frontman on vocals […]

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Playlist: Through the Years

By: Emily Brodke Image courtesy of the Kent State College of Nursing Over the next two months, graduating seniors (myself included) will be experiencing the end […]