Thursday, July 18, 2024

Music

Lukas Ligeti’s Marimba Lives Between Many Melodies

By Lilly Ball In one of the most interesting concerts that UCI’S Winifred Smith Hall has ever hosted, Lukas Ligeti’s “Between Many World’s” amazed...

Underneath It All: Inside the World of a No Doubt Tribute Band

There is a group of tribute bands around Orange County preserving 90s ska and punk rock music. They are a community of musicians,...

Angelic Voices of Cappella Artemisia Revive Unheard History

By Amanda Ortscheid UC Irvine may be the fourth stop on Cappella Artemisia’s 2017 North American tour, “Invincible! 17th-Century Italian Nuns Sing of Virgins...

Kendrick’s “DAMN.” Tackles Personal Reflection and Political Dissent

By Jessica Resendez Damn. Kendrick Lamar did it again. Labeled as one of the most important rappers of our generation by Time magazine, Lamar...

Is Kendrick Lamar an Anti-Makeup Martyr or Misogynist Messiah?

By Sharmin Shanur Kendrick Lamar’s new single “Humble” has fallen under some intense scrutiny. With fans hailing him for calling women the most beautiful...

Max Raabe and the Palast Orchester Capture the Swingtime Era

By Hubert Ta It’s nearly impossible for me to say that seeing Max Raabe and the Palast Orchester reinvigorated a time of swing, jazz,...

It’s Not Personal, It’s Rap: Remy Ma Disses Nicki and the Entire Industry

  February ended with a bang, as Remy Ma dropped her scathing single “Shether,” a ruthless diss track aimed at Nicki Minaj — and...

ICYMI: Grammys 2017

Sunday night’s 59th annual Grammys awards ceremony packed more of a show than most of us were expecting. Here are some of the...

Why You Should Be Concerned About the K-Pop Craze

by Ashley Duong Since our generation's novelty song, “Gangnam Style,” dropped, K-pop has very quickly ascended into the ranks of American pop culture. Flocks...

Music’s Biggest Bore: The Super Bowl Halftime Show

If you don’t like football, then you at least like the halftime performance. And if you do like football, then it’s when everyone...

Resistance Begins on the Dancefloor

In the various rallies and demonstrations that have sprouted up since the November election, two sounds have echoed around the country (maybe even...

Blue Note Records: A Jazz Retrospective

The drummer counts us off. On four, we hear the bouncing beat of the stand-up bass followed by the swelling croon of two...

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