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Artsweek Reviews ‘Sorry to Bother You’

The film itself is anything but stuffy pompous filmmaking –– it breathes with a cartoonish elegance that triggers relieving enthusiasm. “Sorry To Bother You” mimiks the message which its prede...
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LCD Soundsystem Shines at Santa Barbara Bowl

By the end of the night, LCD Soundsystem had proven that my expectations paled in comparison to what was to come.
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Full 2018 Extravaganza Lineup Announced

This year, Extravaganza will be on Sunday, May 20 at 1:00 p.m.
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Jane Gottlieb’s Colorful World

Jane Gottlieb takes conventional photography one step further in order to intensify the colorful world she creates.
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In Review: Isolation by Kali Uchis

Isolation captures Kali Uchis’ relentless ability to venture into an amalgamation of different musical domains.
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Wes Anderson Embraces His Eccentricity in ‘Isle of Dogs’

“Isle of Dogs,” serves as a reflection of Anderson’s inquisitive perspective of the world. The simplicity of the ideas which linger throughout his mind are brought to light on the big screen and...
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Friday Review: Stone Woman by Charlotte Day Wilson

On Stone Woman, Wilson takes listeners through a path filled with discovery of self-worth and desire to fulfill impulses for love.
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The Friday Review: Crush by Ravyn Lenae

In Crush, Steve Lacy and Ravyn Lenae travel together through lingering compositions, unraveling one another’s potential as musicians.
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María del Pilar Shares Truth in Song at MCC

“Tu y yo bailamos, con mucho vigor.” The words rolled off smoothly as del Pilar strummed the strings of her ukulele. The passion from her high-pitched vocals resonated throughout the room.
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The Hub gets Painted Gold(room)

There was a unique array of sounds infused throughout the venue as the six-person group began their set for the night.
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Preview: GoldHub

The instrumental DJ plays at The Hub on April 7.
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Stephen’s Eclectic Sounds Take Over Velvet Jones

Few people watched as Tyson Leonard, the violinist and founder of the band Tropo, a man in a simple black T-shirt holding a violin, made his way onto the stage. Although Tropo was originally a one-man...
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‘Room’ Leaves Viewers Heartbroken

Like many of the other astounding independent films that debuted in 2015, “Room” failed to gain attention prior to its release. Despite the setback, the movie has managed to gather the attention o...
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