Monday, September 16th 2019

Al-X The Great Puts Santa Barbara Rap on the Map

Spencer Wu Senior Copy Editor UC Santa Barbara’s very own Alex Brown, otherwise known as Al-X the Great, conquered Sellassie’s Rap Contest at Velvet Jones by...

DJ LO’99 Speaks About His Music

Veronica Arvizo Photo Editor Australian-born DJ LO’99 is on his first U.S. tour — which stops in Santa Barbara, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Washington, Chicago, San...

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...

RIVVRS Review & Intervew: An Artist to Watch

Johanna Ramirez Singer-songwriter RIVVRS (pronounced “rivers”) gave an excellent performance on Feb. 25 at the Blind Tiger in downtown Santa Barbara. RIVVRS is originally from San...

Student Artist Spotlight: The Dancing Dream of Colson Lynn

Addison Morris Staff Writer When he was only ten years old, second-year UCSB student Colson Lynn went to see a touring production of "Cats," an experience...

UCSB Student Artist Madison Clarke Bridges Biology and Art

Josh Webb Although the University of California, Santa Barbara has an excellent art department, not all students who consider themselves artists are art majors. In...

No Indoor Voices Brings Daring Comedy to Santa Barbara

Addison Morris Arts and Entertainment Editor At the No Indoor Voices (NIV) show last Saturday night, comics Steve Young, Sarah Hyland, and Ian Harvie took the...

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...

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,...