We Are Superhuman Album Review

BY JOHN CARTER JR NCT 127’s music career has been marked by tracks and albums that could have been subtly described as bops, or loudly…

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FHSU Choirs and Wind Ensemble puts on “As If to Meet the Moon” Concert

BY JOHN CARTER JR Photo from FHSU Choir Website This past weekend was the Fort Hays State University Department of Music & Theater presented the…

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Tool’s Fear Inoculum: A steady space race that requires you to think

STORY BY BOOMER SABATA The “tardiness” of this album review is justified. If Tool’s history is any indication, it would have been safe to assume…

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Daniel Caesar’s Freudian: Lovely, sad, and smooth

STORY BY JOHN CARTER JR Sincere and soulful, Daniel Caesar’s Freudian makes for a great relaxing album filled with love and emotional catharsis. Nominated for…

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Troye Sivan’s Bloom: An Ode to Youth and Identity

BY JOHN CARTER JR Troye Sivan’s album, Bloom, is the epitome of gay iconography in the modern era. It exudes the ideas of sexual liberation…

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Dirty Computer: A Letter of Liberation

By John Carter Jr Being nominated for a Grammy award for best album of the year, Janelle Monae’s Dirty Computer, is one that represents a…

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REVIEW: Rent 20th anniversary tour comes to Hays

STORY BY LUIS VALENCIA Fort Hays State recently held a production of Rent at the Beach/Schmidt auditorium as a part of their annual Encore Series.…

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Looking back at Michael Jackson’s Thriller — which turned 36 this year

STORY BY JOHN CARTER JR. The Thriller Album by Micheal Jackson just recently had it’s 36 year anniversary. It was released on November 30th, 1982…

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Death Häus Idol: An Unbiased Analysis of the Greatest Metal Voices Throughout History

It has been said that “Wherever there is great metal, there are great vocals.” From the dawn of the genre to its decline and rebirth,…

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KFHS Radio New Artist: Brett Wiscons

TMN Staff Indianapolis-based singer-songwriter Brett Wiscons is releasing his latest album – The Heineken Sessions Deluxe (HSD).  Wiscons was born in Chicago and raised in…

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