Wednesday, October 16th 2019

Foxygen’s “…And Star Power” Fizzles Rather Than Shines

Kyle Roe Image Courtesy of Jagjaguwar Sometimes to create good music in the present you need to look to the past. The past can provide inspiration,...

New Noise Block Party Rocks and Promotes Santa Barbara

Coleman Gray Staff Writer Photos by Lorenzo Basilio, Staff Photographer This past weekend, Santa Barbara hosted its annual New Noise Music Conference & Festival, which has in...

Branchez, Trippy Turtle, and Convex Rock a Sold Out Crowd at the Hub

Thea Cabrera Montejo Photo Courtesy of Flickr User Alek Ryan Thanks to the arduous efforts of A.S. Program Board, The Hub held its second sold out show...

Thanks to the RIAA, Going Platinum is the New Black

Teni Adedeji Can you remember the last time you bought a song, or better yet, an entire album? Possibly not for a while. Apps like...

M83’s ‘Junk’ Is Far From Junk

Dhiraj Nallapaneni Staff Writer Five years after the release of the epic Hurry Up, We’re Dreaming, Anthony Gonzalez of M83 has released his newest offering, Junk....

Tilt Tour Brings The Chainsmokers to Santa Barbara

Veronica Arvizo Photo Editor In the middle of midterms, University of California, Santa Barbara students were able to party it up with The Chainsmokers at the...

’65 Revisited: Remembering The Beatles’ ‘Help!’

Shomik Mukherjee Staff Writer We all have a tendency to look at the past as having been a wondrous time to be alive, especially when we...

What is Happening with Kanye West?

Abhishek Mehra Staff Writer The Life of Pablo (TLOP), like the life of Kanye West, is currently a mess. West first introduced the track listing of...

Of Montreal’s Alt-Rock Revolution Blows Up the Hub

Bailee Abell Staff Writer Photos by Lorenzo Basilio, Staff Photographer Students did not think twice before flocking to the Hub to listen to some alternative tunes on...

“The Ukulele is a Lifestyle Choice”: Ukulele Orchestra of Great Britain Returns to Campbell...

Bryn Lemon Staff Writer Photos by Johnathan Montenegro, Staff Photographer Nearly all 860 seats in Campbell Hall were filled last Tuesday, Jan. 20, by audience members eagerly...