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Tuesday, June 2nd 2020

The Masters of Bluegrass Perform at Campbell Hall For Both Young and Old

Katie Moser Photos by Lorenzo Basilio Bluegrass music is both the epitome and the roots of Americana. Amid the latest pop hits and R&B stars, bluegrass...

Alonzo King LINES Ballet Leaves Everything to the Imagination

Emma Boorman Staff Writer Photo by Benjamin Hurst Typically, watching a ballet comes with the expectation of seeing a story. The most well-known ballets, such as "Swan...

Haim’s Brilliant Debut Album, ‘Days Are Gone,’ Transcends Rock Genre

Coleman Gray Staff Writer When Haim’s first single, “Forever,” made its round in 2012, Haim almost instantly became the newest darlings of the Internet music scene....

Dr. Dog’s ‘B Room’ Means a New Album, Same Solid Sound

Coleman Gray Staff Writer First, let me preface this review by saying that I have been a big fan of Dr. Dog for a few years...

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...

Thirteen Years Later, Deltron 3030 is Finally Back With Sophomore Album ‘Event II’

Chris Ortega It’s been quite some time since the hip-hop super-group Deltron 3030 last released an album -- 13 years, to be exact. After a...

Golden Animals Return with Sweet Psychedelic Storm ‘Hear Eye Go’

Guiseppe Ricapito Isla Vista Beat Reporter The Golden Animals' sophomore album, "Hear Eye Go," has been five years in the works since the release of their...

Shigeto’s ‘No Better Time Than Now’ Blossoms with Color

Dylon Chase With most electronic producers, instrumental virtuosity isn’t the first thing that comes to mind when you imagine their creative process. More likely, we...

Cashmere Cat Scratches, Spins, and Remixes Santa Barbara’s Electronic Music Scene

Ashkan Karimloo Photos by Nicholas Tsui The electronic music scene in Santa Barbara is undergoing a shift from the familiar sounds of electro house and trap...

Radical Something Spreads the Love with ‘Ride It Out’

Kyle Skinner Staff Writer An independent band with self-described "Cali-vibes," Radical Something presents a fusion of reggae, hip-hop, and pop. On Sept. 2 the band released...