Wednesday, February 20th 2019

Beach Fossils Introduces New Sound with ‘Clashing Sounds’

Olivia Priedite Staff Writer It’s overwhelming to try and place a band like Beach Fossils into a specific genre. Are they lo-fi surf pop? Post-punk? Dream...

Frightened Rabbit’s New Album Probably Won’t Get Fans Hopping

Jordan Wolff Staff Writer If you didn’t get your indie fix from the Grammy Awards, then fear not. The Scottish band known as Frightened Rabbit released...

Kelly Fremon Craig Talks Abrasive, Funny, and Honest “Edge of Seventeen”

Emmanuel Alcantar Staff Writer Last Thursday, the Pollock Theater screened the film “Edge of Seventeen,” which has received widespread critical praise and numerous accolades, including a...

St. Vincent Gets Intimate on “Masseduction”

Mia Pollini Virtuosic indie art-rock singer-songwriter St. Vincent, a.k.a Annie Clark, released her fifth studio album, Masseduction, on Friday the 13. Despite the unlucky date, Clark’s...

Reel Loud Film Festival: It’s Gonna Be An Adventure!

Gilberto Flores Staff Writer The Reel Loud Film Festival will celebrate its 23rd year as University of California, Santa Barbara’s largest student film festival on Friday,...

Upcoming Conference on Modern Comedy Aims to Show Why America is Still Laughing

Why is comedy in television so popular and so important? The University of California Santa Barbara’s Carsey-Wolf

Scott McCloud on the Power of Visual Communication

Yuen Sin Staff Writer Photo by Abel Fernandez Can the medium of comics be extended beyond the realm of our Sunday morning paper cartoons or traditional comic books...

Into the Wild: Worth the Trip by Valerie McNutt

Despite the rain and cold, a capacity crowd packed into Campbell Hall last Wednesday night for the screening of Sean Penn's Oscar-nominated film, Into...

Dance Company Incorporates Cognitive Psychology Into Movement with ‘Entity’

Wayne McGregor | Random Dance Company presented