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Foo Fighters Deliver More of the Same on “Concrete and Gold”

The first CD I ever purchased with my own money was Foo Fighters’ “Echoes, Silence, Patience, & Grace.” I was ten years old, and it was my first experience with music I could call my own, separate from the music my parents liked. A decade and three albums later, I’ve fallen out of grace with the band. “Concrete and Gold,” their latest, is packed
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Brockhampton’s “Saturation II” is Wonderfully Diverse

Brockhampton, the still fresh-to-the-scene rap collective composed of artists that met through a rap-oriented forum, released their second studio album on August 25, 2017, just a few months after their debut album “Saturation.” “Saturation II” contains a number of expertly well produced songs, none of which sound like what came before them. The diversity present on this album is its strongest asset. With most
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The Killers Fight their Demons on “Wonderful, Wonderful”

Las Vegas rock band The Killers have emerged from hiding after a five-year hiatus. Last we saw the band, known for packing big choruses into their 80s-influenced alternative rock, they were at the top of their game. The meditation has made the collection of songs on Wonderful Wonderful some of their most personal yet, but are they enough to maintain relevance in a scene
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SOLD OUT: CAPE Breaks Personal Record in Ticket Sales for Major Concert

Last night, CAPE revealed rapper Fetty Wap as the 2017 Major Concert headliner. As of 10 a.m. this morning, all 1,500 tickets have been sold, twelve hours from the time they went on sale. “This has never happened in the history of the major concert, that we have sold out a complete show in less than one day,” said Shannon Conway, CAPE concert chair
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CAPE Announces Fetty Wap as Major Concert Artist

This year’s Major Concert artist has been revealed at tonight’s Big Money Bingo. Rap artist Fetty Wap, known for hits “Trap Queen” and “679” will be performing at SNHU on October 13 in the Athletic Complex Fieldhouse. Supporting Fetty Wap will be SNHU alum Matt Corman. “We started the planning process back in March when we compiled a list of potential headliners and openers.
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“Flower Boy” Paints Tyler, The Creator as Late Bloomer

Tyler, The Creator has long been the subject of both scrutiny and adoration in the rap world. For the most part, he comes off as a joke, and he knows it. He portrays himself and his music as a work of satire. But deep down, underneath all the pseudo-racism, homophobia, and near-mindless profanity is a talented rapper with legitimate ideas waiting to come out.
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Charly Bliss Tread Water on “Guppy”

On their debut, full-length album “Guppy,” New York band Charly Bliss delivers sticky sweet hooks with a sneer, backed by crunchy riffs and buzzy leads straight out of the best of Weezer’s catalog. The band wastes no time on the fiery opener “Percolator.” The trotting piece of fuzzy indie-pop is youthful and energetic. As singer Eva Hendricks wails, “I’m gonna die in a getaway
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DAMN. – Kendrick Lamar is this Generation’s Tupac Shakur

“DAMN.” is Kendrick Lamar’s first album in two years, the follow up to 2015’s “To Pimp a Butterfly.” Keeping consistent with Lamar’s tendency to not dig himself into a style rut, “DAMN.” is sonically unlike anything he’s released before. The four albums Lamar has released so far all differ from each other immensely, giving credit to his talent as an artist and the wide

Musician Gives Entertaining And Interactive Performance

Musical performances are almost always crowd pleasers here at SNHU. John Rush, also known as “The Human iPod,” gave a unique and interactive musical performance on the Last Chapter Pub stage on Saturday, March 26. The event was sponsored by the Coordinators of Activities and Programming Events (CAPE). Free soft pretzels and chicken fingers were available to all attendees. Rush’s title of “The Human