With finals comes studying, and with studying inevitably comes a massive spike in YouTube searches for “Lord of the Rings” and “Pirates of the Caribbean” soundtracks. Let’s face it: no matter how big of a musical genius Howard Shore…

North Dakota State’s KNDS 96.3 FM collaborated with Jade Presents to bring the Bad Bad Hats to the Aquarium Nov. 29. The young trio, named after a spoiled kid from the “Madeline” children’s books, is currently on tour in…

While many took to the roads and airports over the long Thanksgiving break, the Fargo music scene filled the weekend with a slew of notable shows. Here is the rundown of all that you missed. Wednesday, Nov. 21 Sub:Culture…

With Thanksgiving break being the last breather before finals, we all hope for a relaxing four-day weekend. Unfortunately with family in the mix, the chances of escaping this holiday without a family dispute is pretty slim. Whether it’s Aunt…

Move over, Paula Dean, your reign is over. “Butter,” the silky smooth hip-hop, soul and jazz blend is pure hydrogenated goodness in music form. This slow grooving genre is equally equipped for unwinding as it is for dancing. Let…

Retro rock ‘n’ roll favorites Greta Van Fleet released their long-awaited full-length studio debut “Anthem of the Peaceful Army” Friday, Oct. 19. Few bands have grown at such breakneck speed as young Michigan-based outfit Greta Van Fleet. The band…

“Social Justice Revisited,” a collection of gicleĆ© prints by artist Betty LaDuke, are on display at the Memorial Union Gallery through Nov. 15. LaDuke’s work spans 30 years of social struggles, from the Civil Rights Movement of the ’60s…

Thursday, Oct. 25, the Black Student Association (BSA) held an open mic night complete with hot cocoa at the Memorial Union Gallery. The event was the first of its kind for the organization, but holds great importance. BSA president…