Archive for Tag Archives: ' music'

Sneak peak in Heathers the musical

Compiled by Blake Sperling A film that once brought such broad and dark humor to the big screen in the late 1980s, filled with cliquey teenagers, hipster personalities, and a bullied kid killing off students he [...]

Brokechella — Don’t have money to blow on Coachella? We got you.

Compiled by Alexandra Lontoc and Christina Vargas @ALEXXLLONTOC  @CHRISTINA_VARG Ditch the eight hour drive. Leave behind the camping and overpriced hotels. Take back your five-day time off request. With all the hype during festival season surrounding [...]

New club emerges on campus

By Christina Vargas @CHRISTINA_VARG There is a new club on campus. It is creative. No, really. It is centered on creativity. With hopes to build a community of creative minds at the school, Calvin Smith created [...]

LPC performing arts celebrates jazz

By Thiha Seth Naing @LEONAING  Jazz Jam at Swirl on the Square Jazz. Exciting. Innovative. A continuously adapting spectacle of American music loved by many. From blues to swing, from the vibrant streets of New Orleans [...]

Injury Blocks Artist from Performance, Fans in Support

By Mitchell Mylius @mitchellmylius Fans were forgiving, 20-year old artist Niykee Heaton after she became bedridden because of a back injury caused her to miss a performance at Concord Music Hall in Chicago. She had been [...]

The 17-year Old Who Married Capitol Records Off One Song

Silento’ just turned 17 earlier this year and made it from Atlanta to Los Angeles and back off of his song “Watch Me”. The highschooler turned internet star got 220+ million views on his video released [...]

“ARTPOP” falls flat where it counts

Travis Danner Editor in chief If this what Lady Gaga sounds like off weed, perhaps she needs to get back on that stick-icky quickly. “ARTPOP,” Mother Monster’s latest is bombastic, extremely well produced and hyper-sexual— but [...]

Arcade Fire’s latest a glorious mess

Travis Danner Editor in chief   Arcade Fire “Reflektor” (2013) What’s a band to do after it’s graduated from being the little-band-that-could into a mainstream award-winning juggernaut? A double album, of course! “Reflektor,” Arcade Fire’s first [...]

Lou Reed, Rock music trailblazer, dead at 71

Hillel Italie Associated Press Lou Reed was a pioneer for countless bands who didn’t worry about their next hit single. Reed, who died Sunday at age 71, radically challenged rock’s founding promise of good times and [...]

Post-Coachella music festivals hitting California

Charlie Anne Urcia Staff Writer The hills of the tri-valley are fading into a golden hue. Grapevines are growing. Fruits are ripening. Summer is beckoning to casual listeners and music fans alike to come out and [...]