Sam Hunt pulls off apology album on ‘Southside’

    Sam Hunt Southside Universal Music Group Nashville · April 3, 2020 Much like attending class, Sam Hunt’s album is better in retrospect. Five years after his debut album Montevallo captivated a bored country music fan base, Hunt delivers Southside with 12 country-fusion tracks fit for radio. Country fans will welcome Sam Hunt’s familiar sound and […]

    Nashville make room – The Highwomen are coming through

    The Highwomen have presented country music with a chance to change for the better instead of blend into oblivion. What constitutes a good country song? The bar seems to be getting lower and lower. Earlier this year, Blake Shelton’s “God’s Country” dominated the charts upon its release. However, the song itself delivers no claims or […]

    Meet the NxNU Lineup: Kweku Collins

    NxNU, WRBB’s annual Spring concert, is this Friday, April 12! Take a minute to get introduced to Kweku Collins, and we’ll see you at the show. Kweku Collins will bring a young perspective on life & love to Northeastern. A fresh 21 years old and already making a splash in the industry, Collins is sure […]

    Quinn XCII plays back-to-back sets at House of Blues

    Quinn XCII featuring Ashe and Christian French February 27, 2019 at House of Blues The night was snowy, the college kids were drunk, and the music was truthful. Whether fans entered Boston’s House of Blues knowing one line or every word he has written, Quinn XCII’s performance left little room for disappointment. Quinn XCII has […]

    Backstreet Boys are back with ‘DNA,’ but this time, they’re old

    Backstreet Boys DNA RCA Records · January 25, 2019 (A lightbulb for each decade since they were last relevant) In an attempt to reclaim some degree of relevance, the Backstreet Boys released DNA, an album that is all too similar to their 1999 sensation Millennium. As the digital streaming age becomes more profitable for artists, many […]

    Ice Cube keeps things going with ‘Everythang’s Corrupt’

    Ice Cube Everythang’s Corrupt Interscope Records · December 7, 2018 Despite the antiquated production style, Ice Cube gets his point across through emotional, simple, easy-to-remember lyrics. Fame is a high that few artists are equipped to leave behind. But some don’t have to. Whether or not it is better for the music world; Bruce Springsteen, Neil […]

    Joey Dosik brings the funk in Boston debut

    Joey Dosik featuring Peter Wise October 14, 2018 at Great Scott On a rainy night in Allston, Joey Dosik managed to fuse basketball, inside voices, and Marvin Gaye for one of this year’s highlight performances.  On a night littered with rainstorms, the constant malaise of a greyed out sky felt almost inescapable. The mood was […]

    Florence + The Machine releases full-length ‘High as Hope’

    Florence + The Machine High as Hope Universal Music / Republic Records · June 29, 2018 Many will appreciate Florence + The Machine’s newest album, High as Hope, though very few of those people will be new fans. I say this, however, with a positive outlook – she certainly hasn’t lost any fans due to this release. […]

    Logic releases ‘Bobby Tarantino II’ mixtape

    Logic Bobby Tarantino II Def Jam · March 09, 2018 I think Logic did exactly what he was trying to do. He pretty much lays it all out for us in the Album’s introduction, ‘Grandpa’s Space Ship,’ when he explains that Bobby Tarantino II is going to be like old-style mixtape Logic with some new beats […]

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