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Thursday, June 4th 2020

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...

UCSB Gospel Choir Takes the Audience to Church

Richard Smith Staff Writer This week at the UC Santa Barbara (UCSB) Music Bowl, the UCSB Gospel Choir performed a stellar show for the World Music...

(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...

DRONE ZONE Entertains Santa Barbara with Strange and Beautiful 24-Hour Ambient and Drone Music

Rebecca Lauffenburger Staff Writer At 8 p.m. last Saturday, FUNZONE, Santa Barbara’s only DIY music venue, was converted into DRONE ZONE, a 24-hour ambient/drone music and...

Iconic Black Artists: From Louis Armstrong to Kendrick Lamar

Vanessa Su Arts & Entertainment Editor Music has always been a universal art that allows people of various backgrounds and lifestyles to connect and share their...

UCSB Music Department Faculty Performs Rare Chamber Concert

Sophia Tao An eager audience waited in Lotte Lehmann Concert Hall to witness four esteemed faculty members of UCSB’s Department of Music perform chamber music...

Still Woozy Woos Listeners with Debut EP “Lately”

Vanessa Su Staff Writer As the spring season draws to an end, Bay Area musician Still Woozy has called an end to the two-year wait for...

Extravaganza Delivers Shining Performances Despite Inclement Weather

Vanessa Su Staff Writer The annual grand finale of AS Program Board music events, Extravaganza, featured many show-stopping acts this year as famed rappers, indie artists,...

Careless Cub: An Honored Member of the Isla Vista Music Community

Carmiya Baskin Staff Writer  Two hours before they were scheduled to perform at the Student Band Showcase in the Hub, members of the local Isla Vista...

EDC Raves On in Vegas

Electronic Daisy Carnival 2011, there will still be dancing, glow-sticks, drugs and alcohol but with the location moved to Vegas, will it all stay there?