DJGUESSWHO is a DJ from Akron, OH that has been an emerging staple of the rap community for quite some time now. He’s done shows all around Ohio, mostly in Akron and is ready to take his music and his artists global. These photos are from a studio session with friends. DJGUESSWHO is all about […]
Hailing from the ice-bitten shores of Ashtabula, Subtype Zero sends listeners straight back to the heyday of thrash metal (you know, longsleeve shirts with sleeve prints, long hair. Before the punks got in there too much). Still, embracing the spirit of crossover (thrash x hardcore punk), Subtype Zero represents a return to form led by […]
Here at BSR, leisure time has nearly the same value as music, but the latter usurps the former in this urgent set of spring break photos. Spring Break dispatch from BSR staff photographer Tessa Poulain: “Went to The Grog Shop 03/21 to take pictures for Assault. They did so well the crowd wanted an encore […]
Last Friday, BSR was proud to host our first “Lady Palooza” show at the Williamson House (Women’s Center) on Kent State’s campus. With admission being a donation of pads, tampons, or nonperishable food, students came out to support the Women’s Center and these awesome female artists. BSR staff photographer Alicia Falorio was there to capture […]
Ramble On is one 56 shows that make up BSR’s programming this semester, where hosts Molly and Ella discuss the topic dujour from 4-6 pm every Friday. You can find them online at @RambleOnBSR ! All pictures are by BSR staff photographer Tessa Poulain.
If I had two words to describe the 3OH!3 and Emo Nite Want House Party Tour at the House of Blues Cleveland on Nov. 29, 2018, it would be “unique insanity.” The stage was set up like a typical living room in some random house. There was a sofa in the middle of the stage […]
Check out a photographic recap of BSR’s Halloween concert, Ghoul’s Night Out. The show featured Collettine/Witch Church, The Drawing Blanks, Key to the Mint, Splimit and Cave Light in spooky regalia at Michel’s in Kent.
The year was 1998. Legendary crooner Frank Sinatra left the mortal coil, Google came into existence, and the alternative band, Garbage, released their sophomore album, Version 2.0. When I first heard this album, I instantly became a fan of Garbage. A year later, I saw them for the first time in concert. Thanks to being […]
All photos courtesy of Jenna Kuczkowski Opening Acts Senses Fail