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Saturday, July 11th 2020

Morrissey Celebrates Dia de los Muertos at the Santa Barbara Bowl

Rebecca Lauffenburger Staff Writer Last Saturday thousands of eager Morrissey fans flocked to the Santa Barbara Bowl for a special concert in celebration of Día de...

Blues Legend B.B. King Passes Away at 89

Kyle Roe Staff Writer The world of music suffered a mournful loss on Thursday, May 14, when American blues guitar legend B.B. King passed away in...

Folk No More: Mumford & Sons’ Third Album Shifts in Style

David Wills Staff Writer Illustration by Amairani Palacios, Staff Illustrator Fans of Mumford & Sons probably know the band’s signature sound: folky, banjo-filled songs that start softly...

Isaiah Rashad Offers Introspective Boasts on “The Sun’s Tirade”

Dhiraj Nallapaneni Opinions Editor Two years after the release of his debut album Clivia Demo, Chattanooga rapper Isaiah Rashad has come out with his newest project,...

King Princess’s Tour Makes a Stop at the Fonda Theater

Carmiya Baskin Staff Writer Mikaela Straus, known by her stage name King Princess, performed to a crowd of cheering adolescents last Thursday night at the Fonda...

UCSB Wind Ensemble

UCSB Wind Ensemble performs its annual fall concert, a review.

Moby’s ‘Innocents’ Album Features Folk and Soul, Perfect For Easy Listening

Lena Garcia Known as a founding father of mainstream experimental electronic music, Richard Melville Hall, better known as Moby, has 20 years of highly esteemed...

Kid Cudi: Down and Out?

Paul Tucker Kid Cudi, born Scott Mescudi, recently released his sixth studio album, titled Passion, Pain, and Demon Slaying. After his last album, Speeding Bullet...

Coachella, a Weekend You Hope to Remember

Coechella is a weekend that will be forever remembered.

Billie Eilish Turns People’s Park into a Dance Floor for Isla Vista First Friday

Kendall Murphy People’s Park in Isla Vista glowed last Friday night with blue string lights, colorful arcade games, and mesmerizing strobes, which transformed the...