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Concert: Switchfoot and Relient K

By: Adrian Leuthauser Thursday, Feb. 16, Relient K and Switchfoot stormed the stage at The House of Blues, Cleveland. With just two bands on the setlist, Relient […]

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BSR Ticket Giveaways: Spring 2017

During this semester BSR will be giving away free tickets to concerts on various Black Squirrel Radio Shows! Check the calendar of ticket giveaways and tune […]

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Album Review: ‘The Great Outdoors Jam’ by Pigeons Playing Ping Pong

By: Mikala Lugen photo courtesy of liveforlivemusic.com Title: The Great Outdoors Jam Artist: Pigeons Playing Ping Pong Record Label: Independent Release Date: Febuary 17th, 2017 Rating: […]

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Cheap Tracks: 7 Wishes by Night Ranger

By: Evan Harms It’s human nature to learn as little as possible about the things we hate or dislike. This ignorance is the basis for a […]

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A Year in ‘The Life of Pablo’

By: Conor Battles   The Life of Pablo is one year old. The 365 days it’s existed have been as turbulent, weird and flat-out ugly as […]

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Album Review: Sampha ‘Process’

By: Dylan Reynolds Title: Process Artist: Sampha Record Label: Young Turks Release Date: February 3, 2017 Rating:      Sure, Process is a debut album. But Sampha […]

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Interview – Oh Pep!

By Layne Gerbig, General Manager Photo courtesy of Oh Pep! I’ve had Oh Pep! on heavy rotation since I first discovered them a few months ago. […]

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Album Review: ‘Wake in Fright’ by Uniform

By: Evan Harms Title: Wake in Fright Artist: Uniform Record Label: Sacred Bones Records Release Date: January 20, 2017 Rating:      An apparent trend in heavier […]

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2017 will be a Harmonious Year for Fifth Harmony

By: Akii Butler Cover image via: billboard.com 2017 is here and so is Fifth Harmony. The girl group gave their first performance as a foursome at […]

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Remembering ‘Baby Girl’ Aaliayah

By: Akii Butler Today is the birthday of the late singer and actress Aaliyah, who sadly passed away at the young age of 22 in 2001. […]