Thursday, September 21st 2017

Arcade Fire’s “Everything Now” is Nothing, Forever

Rebecca Lauffenburger Arts & Entertainment Editor When it comes at making a statement, few modern bands are quite at doing so as adept as Arcade Fire. With...

“Del Playa” Movie Exploits Isla Vista Tragedy

Jennica Martin Staff Writer After years of being delayed due to public outcry and online petitions, the controversial film "Del Playa" was released. "Del Playa" is...

(Sandy) Alex G’s Album Launches Him to New Artistic Heights

Katie McClain With the lyrics “I sing what I want to sing,” Alex Giannascoli, who goes by (Sandy) Alex G for his music, encapsulates the...

Upcoming Performance Will “Bathe” Santa Barbara in Electronic Beats

Katie McClain Get ready to get “bathed” with electronic beats and self-discovery at an upcoming show this weekend in downtown Santa Barbara. We the Beat,...

Fantastic Films Surprise at UCSB’s Reel Loud Silent Film Festival

Jennica Martin Staff Writer Last Friday, hundreds of people gathered at Campbell Hall to watch the 26th Annual Reel Loud Silent Film Festival. This festival brings...

Twin Peaks Returns Unique As Ever

Miles Bishop As much as the term “spectacle” gets attached to undeserving events, no better word describes the two-part Season 3 premiere and accompanying streams...

Brian Wilson Takes Santa Barbara to the Beach

Rebecca Lauffenburger Arts & Entertainment Editor Last year marked the 50th anniversary of the monumental Beach Boys album “Pet Sounds,” one of the most influential albums...

BSU and KCSB Celebrate Music from Across the Black Diaspora

Kris Buranasombati The Black Student Union, in association with the campus radio station KCSB, hosted a concert entitled "(93)106 & Park" at Storke Plaza at...

Dispelling the Darkness: A Brighter Path Forward

This story is part of a commemorative issue on the third anniversary of the 2014 Isla Vista killings, where a resident killed six UCSB...

Negative Gemini and George Clanton Bring Fiery Electronic Music to KCSB Courtyard

Emmanuel Alcantar Staff Writer Brooklyn-based electronic artists George Clanton and Negative Gemini came to the KCSB Courtyard last Wednesday to perform music from their latest album...