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The BC Heights: Amid Controversy, B.o.B Throws it Back at Modstock

Author Name: Kaylie Ramirez | Heights Contributor  

Published On May 11th, 2018

Keith Carroll | Heights Editor

Students congregated in the Mod Lot on Wednesday to celebrate the end of classes with an evening of music at Modstock, the annual spring concert sponsored by the Campus Activities Board (CAB). Despite some pushback from students and faculty after CAB announced B.o.B would be the musical guest, students showed up in droves to watch the rapper perform.

Shady Lady, the ....

Luther College CHIPS: Judah & The Lion

Author Name: Matthew Gleaves | CHIPS  

Published On May 11th, 2018

Matthew Gleaves | Chips

Judah & the Lion “took it all back” to the stage at the Student Activity Council’s spring concert on Saturday, May 5 at 7:30 p.m. in Regents Center.

Solo artist Billy Raffoul opened for Judah & the Lion. His set consisted of slow and emotional songs, as well as upbeat pieces where he would play guitar, sing, and stomp beats on ....

The Carletonian: Aminé Hired for Spring Concert with Increased CSA Funding

Author Name: Joe Liesman | The Careltonian  

Published On May 11th, 2018

The Spring Concert Committee has selected Los Angeles-based rapper Aminé to headline this year’s Spring Concert, which will be held on Saturday, May 19. The committee announced its headliner selection at the Cave’s Battle of the Bands concert on Friday, April 20.

This year, CSA allocated $120,000 for Spring Concert, a $5,000 increase from last year, and a $20,000 increase from ....

The Hofstra Chronicle - Indie pop and the odd man out: Music Fest 2018

Author Name: Daniel Nguyen | Hofstra Chronicle  

Published On May 11th, 2018

Hofstra Concerts’ annual Music Fest, held last Saturday from 1 p.m. to 7 p.m., featured rides and performances from headliners PVRIS, Kirk Knight and Cruisr, with opening acts by Aaron West and The Roaring Twenties and The Last Great Kings. 

The afternoon festival kicked off with Aaron West and The Roaring Twenties, a solo project of Dan “Soupy” Campbell, who had ....

This is America from Childish Gambino

Author Name: Sam Helm  

Published On May 7th, 2018

Childish Gambino's "This Is America" is another phenomenal entry in the work of a creative titan.     Childish Gambino's "This Is America" is another phenomenal entry in the work of a creative titan. ....

Matt & Kim on Sexual Banter, Childhood Dreams, and Never Growing Up

Author Name: Maggie Donahue  

Published On May 5th, 2018

Backstage at D.C.'s 930 Club, the musical couple discuss their new album, their hyper-sexual onstage antics and their unexpected career in music. 

The Dartmouth: Tinashe will headline this year's Green Key Concert

Author Name: Claire Nunez | Verge Campus  

Published On May 2nd, 2018

Tuesday morning, the Programming Board announced in an Instagram post that R&B artist Tinashe will headline this year’s Green Key Concert on May 18. Tinashe will be the first female performer to headline the event in its history. Pop artist Quinn XCII and indie pop duo Coast Modern will join Tinashe on stage at the concert.

The announcement follows a week’s ....

University of California, San Deigo Guardian: Sun God Is Dead

Author Name: Adriana Barrios | The Guardian  

Published On May 2nd, 2018

Sun God Festival is supposed to be “the highlight of the UC San Diego undergraduate student experience,” a mission that should be easy to achieve on a campus known for its lack of socially-engaging experiences. That being said, in recent years, it has only managed to “build a sense of community” by disappointing the student body with its lineups and ....

Daily Eastern News: Screaming fans welcome Fetty Wap Saturday

Author Name: Thalia Rouley | The Daily Eastern  

Published On Apr 30th, 2018

Fetty Wap graced the stage in a bright yellow Gucci sweater and took it off to reveal an Eastern T-shirt as audience members screamed in anticipation for his performance Saturday in Lantz Arena.

Fuzzi Fuzz came out first and performed to hype up attendees for Fetty Wap. He also wore Eastern attire and ended the night singing songs with the audience ....

The Daily Collegian: Saint Motel rounds out SPA's free HUB concerts of the 2017-18 school year

Author Name: Lilly Forsyth | The Daily Collegian  

Published On Apr 30th, 2018

Saint Motel left it all on the stage during the Student Programming Association’s last free concert for the school year in Alumni hall in the HUB-Robeson Center Thursday night.

Every inch of the stage became familiar with the leather boot soles of the band as they flowed through over a dozen songs. Stepping onto the stage, the members waved their hands ....