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RL Grime Creates Turbulence at Sold-Out Velvet Jones Show

Squeezing my way into a crowd of sweaty college students and post-adolescents, I was captivated by the tall silhouette that appeared on the stage of the completely sold-out Velvet Jones. With people s...
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Three Albums To Listen to on a Rainy Day

With a heavy downpour of rain hitting Santa Barbara this past week, many of you (like myself) may have understood the bad weather as the perfect opportunity to skip class and stay inside. While most p...
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A Taste of the Past: Pink Floyd’s Final Album

“We’re just two lost souls swimming in a fish bowl, year after year/Running over the same old ground, what have we found?/The same old fears; wish you were here.” These are the legendary lyrics ...
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Yellow Red Sparks Fly as The Kinds Join In at Muddy Waters

Making my way past the shelves of knick-knacks and through the powerful aroma of coffee sizzling in the air, I found a cramped spot in the crowded coffee shop to catch two shows — The Kinds and Yell...
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Tour Bus Interview With G-Eazy Before Sold-Out Hub Performance

As I walked up the narrow steps of the white tour bus that was stationed behind the Hub, my eyes glazed at the lavishness of the interior of the vehicle. In front of me was a lengthy figure sitting on...
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New Noise Conference & Music Fest Picks

Next week, New Noise Conference & Music Festival will infiltrate all of the music venue hotspots in downtown Santa Barbara with a kickass California cool lineup.
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Shlohmo Thrills Hub Crowd at End of Tour

Last week on Wednesday, May 21, the A.S. Program Board brought up-and-coming artist Shlohmo to The Hub. As the final show of his North American Tour, which started in April at the Coachella Valley Mus...
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Australian EDM Artist Plays Intimate SB Set

From playing Coachella on Friday to playing Casa De La Raza here in Santa Barbara on Sunday, Flume’s captivating beats gave a whole new meaning to Easter Sunday (or 4/20, whichever you chose to cele...
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Prima Ballerina Misty Copeland Continues to Shine at ABT Despite ‘Unlikely’ Beginnings

Many ballerinas, from an early age on, dream of joining American Ballet Theatre — one of the most reputable classical ballet companies in the world. While only a handful of talented dancers make it ...
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New Zealand Troupe Showcases Classic Ballet

Last week on Feb. 5, the Granada Theatre bustled with excitement as Santa Barbara residents and UCSB students welcomed the Royal New Zealand Ballet to the stage. As presented by UCSB Arts & Lectures, ...
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Santa Barbara Dance Theater Wows Hatlen

Last night, many members from around the Santa Barbara community visited UCSB’s Hatlen Theater to attend a remarkable performance by the Santa Barbara Dance Theater.
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East L.A. Son Jarocho Band To Play at MCC

Las Cafeteras, a popular Chicano band from East Los Angeles, will conduct a live musical performance tomorrow, Nov. 22. Hosted by UCSB’s MultiCultural Center and co-sponsored by the Chicano Studies ...
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Choreography Genius Bill T. Jones Visits UCSB

Marking the 20th anniversary of the Michael Douglas Foundation Visiting Artist Program this week, world-renowned choreographer, artist, dancer and theater director Bill T. Jones visited UCSB’s Depar...
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