Tuesday, December 10th 2019

José González and Bedouine Captivate the Crowd

Spencer Wu Copy Editor As part of their cross-country tour, José González and Bedouine mystified the Campbell Hall crowd with ethereal guitar and haunting vocals on...

Isla Vista Artist Spotlight: Oliver Thompson

Kaylan Cholewa Oliver Thompson, a third-year biological anthropology major at UCSB, uses his paintings as a means of letting his hands do the talking. More than...

So Pitted Sits Down with The Bottom Line

Kyle Roe Arts & Entertainment Editor Prior to their show at Velvet Jones last Friday, Seattle-based punk trio So Pitted sat down for an interview with The...

Meet kevtor, Crafter of Electro-Pop Love Songs

Sheila Tran Staff Writer In the 1950s, music like the smooth swing tunes of Frank Sinatra defined what it sounded like to fall in love —...

Um…Magazine: A Student-Run Publication Providing a Platform for Minorities

Vanessa Su Arts & Entertainment Editor A poetry and art-filled publication for many of the minorities on campus, Um…Magazine prides itself on being a unique platform...

Solo Ambitions Drive I.V. Singer Max Goldenstein South

Kelsey Knorp Contributing Writer Those familiar with Isla Vista surf-rock band Sun Daes were privy to a new side of frontman Max Goldenstein last Wednesday at...

Santa Barbara International Film Festival Brings Stellar Cast of “The Public” to Santa Barbara

Emmanuel Alcantar Staff Writer The Santa Barbara International Film Festival (SBIFF) started on Jan. 31 with a screening of its opening film titled "The Public," written by,...

The Real Savage Henry Steps Up With “Salvaje”

Ethan Jones Notorious in backyards all over town and at their rehearsal space, The Savage Den, Isla Vista band The Real Savage Henry have cemented...

The Brilliant Bands of Isla Vista

Anais Tournier Walking around Isla Vista on a Friday night, the streets are thriving with people, parties, and, of course, music. On any given weekend,...

Exclusive Interview: Fortunate Youth

Kyle Roe Copy Editor Fortunate Youth is one of the hardest working bands in reggae, a statement that almost comes off as an oxymoron for a...