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The Suffolk Journal

Fresh start, fresh songs; Septembers new music

Fresh start, fresh songs; September’s new music

Emily Beatty, Arts & Culture Editor October 5, 2022

As the sun sets on summer vacation, classes have started on Suffolk University’s campus. The first cool, crisp days of autumn are creeping in but you can soak up the last bits of the summer season with...

Bowie in his typical stage makeup

“Moonage Daydream” is a testament to Bowie’s life and legacy

Ashley Ness, Asst. Opinion Editor October 4, 2022

A monologue beginning with, “Time, one of the most complex expressions, Memory made manifest,” while “BOWIE” fades onto a black backdrop marks the start of a journey that is Brett Morgen’s “Moonage...

Meet Me @ the Altar takes on an intimate audience at the Royale nightclub in Downtown Boston.

Meet Me @ the Altar truly ‘hit[s] like a girl’

Mia Eastwood, Staff Writer September 28, 2022

American pop-punk band Meet Me @ The Altar created an energetic and creative environment as the opening act for pop-indie sensation MUNA.  At the Royale, the flat floors can lead to the back of the...

The Bowery Presents: Roadrunner, the concert venue worth waiting for

The Bowery Presents: Roadrunner, the concert venue worth waiting for

Abby O'Connor, Arts & Culture Editior September 28, 2022

The Bowery Presents has added a new venture to their list: their very own concert venue, Roadrunner. The new venue opened in Allston this past March and has already had performances from the likes of Olivia...

Award-winning rock band  Goo Goo Dolls plays for an excited crowd at Seaports Leader Bank Pavilion.

Seaport’s Leader Bank Pavilion welcomes rock band The Goo Goo Dolls

Emily Beatty, Arts and Culture Editor September 1, 2022

Multi-platinum rock band Goo Goo Dolls took on an energetic crowd on Aug. 16 as they checked the Seaport’s Leader Bank Pavilion off their list of national tour stops. The tour, which kicked off in...

Grandson crowd surfing on the first day of festivities.

Boston is calling: annual music festival makes a big return

Abby O'Connor, Arts Editor June 11, 2022

Boston Calling, one of New England’s biggest music festivals, finally returned this year after a two-year hiatus due to the pandemic.  The festival started out with a bang, having quite the crowd...

Suffolk alum Olivia Lowe released her first single tucked away in July 2021 as she explores herself as a musician.

Suffolk alum Olivia Lowe finds her spotlight

Colin Doherty, Journal Contributor March 29, 2022

Olivia Lowe, a Boston-based musician and Suffolk University alumnus, said she has recently thought of quitting her job as a music instructor. “I found myself starting to tear up and cry at the thought...

February Wrapped: Honoring Black excellence in music

February Wrapped: Honoring Black excellence in music

Emily Beatty, Senior Staff March 1, 2022

Though Black History Month may be over, there is always time to honor Black excellence and Black history. The impact the Black community has made and continues to make on the music industry is undeniable....

OPINION: Who is to blame for the deaths at Travis Scott’s festival?

OPINION: Who is to blame for the deaths at Travis Scott’s festival?

Nick Milano, Opinion Editor November 16, 2021

This article makes frequent reference to death. Please read at your discretion. Those who closely follow the world of hip-hop and rap know the name Travis Scott. His name comes synonymous with upbeat...

March wrapped: The best new releases of March 2021

March wrapped: The best new releases of March 2021

Emily Beatty, Journal Contributer April 6, 2021

Happy April and happy spring my lovelies! A new month means tons of new music, and March had a good number of popular drops. Pop is always a big category, but R&B and up-and-coming indie and lo-fi...

February wrapped: The best songs of February 2021

February wrapped: The best songs of February 2021

Emily Beatty March 9, 2021

Happy March, lovelies! Every month I put together a playlist on Spotify with songs that I am loving: brand new music, oldies and songs that simply fit how I’m feeling.  Looking back at February,...

Run the Jewels perform “Walking in the Snow during their HolyCalamavote concert that was aired on Adult Swim.

Run the Jewels encourages fans to vote in their “HolyCalamavote” concert

Ashley Fairchild, Staff Writer October 20, 2020

On Oct. 18, rap group Run the Jewels presented their pre-recorded, COVID-19 safe “HolyCalamavote” concert on Adult Swim.  The concert was a collaboration between Run the Jewels, Ben & Jerry’s...

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