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Artsweek Sits Down, Turns Up with Gryffin

Infused with live elements of an electric guitar, piano keyboard and melodic house beats, Gryffin’s sound is immediately presumed to be influenced by the classic rock genre.
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Sam Feldt Pumps Up SOhO

Fresh off his Weekend One appearance at Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival, international Dutch DJ Sam Feldt performed at SOhO Restaurant & Music Club to a sold-out intimate crowd.
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Sam Feldt Bringing Next-Gen Trop to SB

To celebrate the five-year anniversary of RedEye Presents Entertainment, the Santa Barbara-based music production company is welcoming sought after Dutch DJ and producer Sam Feldt to the iconic coasta...
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Pride 2016: Drag Show Packs IV Theater

To commemorate the weeklong pride celebration at UCSB, campus organization Queer Commission hosted fellow gauchos to a night of drag-tastic performances at I.V. Theater.
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SBIFF Cinema Vanguard Award: Rooney Mara Interview

Clad in black leather and velvet open-toed pumps, the actress planted her feet on the cement of the Arlington Theater promptly at 7:30 p.m. on the bustling Friday night in downtown Santa Barbara. Acad...
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SBIFF 2016 Premiere: The Little Prince + Interview with stars Jeff Bridges and Mackenzie Foy and director Mark Osborne

The 2016 Santa Barbara International Film Festival finally arrived on Friday, Feb. 6. This year’s premiere opened with Paramount Pictures’ adaption of the classic French children’s novel, The Li...
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Exclusive Interview: Robby Hauldren of Louis The Child

Dressed in a light pink sweatshirt underneath the warmth of a Northface jacket, Robby Hauldren, one half of the up-and-coming electronic DJ duo Louis the Child, met up to chat with Artsweek. Born and ...
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SnowGlobe Remains Top New Year’s Festival

Every winter season at the edge of the upcoming new year, college students and devoted electronic music enthusiasts pack up their warmest layers of clothing and journey to the white glistening snow of...
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Ring in the New Year with SnowGlobe

Have you ever had a dream where nothing was surrounding you except for miles and miles of cold winter snow, and nothing else can be seen or heard but bright laser lights and the hottest electronic mus...
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Hozier Performs Highly Anticipated Set at SB Bowl

Literally. Not trying to sound like a character from “Fast Times at Ridgemont High,” but Hozier left his fans looking for more. The Irish singer-songwriter’s visit to Santa Barbara on his debut ...
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Hozier to Take SB Bowl to Church

Released in 2013, “Take Me to Church” was then an up-and-coming ballad written and sung by Irish recording artist under the name of Hozier. Little did he know, the record became a smash hit across...
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Get Hyphy with E-40: UCSB Gets a Taste of Yay Area

Come this upcoming Fall Quarter of 2015, UCSB’s College of Letter and Sciences will introduce a new comparative literature course that will focus on the social and scientific implication of the lang...
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Culture at its Finest: Highlights from the Food and Wine Weekend

This past weekend, many flocked to the Bacara, where the second annual Santa Barbara Food and Wine Weekend honored the legacy of Julia Child.
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“Top Model’s” Miss J Sashays into RCSGD’s Fashion Show

A unison choir of “yassssssss” burst from the audience in Corwin Pavilion last Thursday, Feb. 26, when a tall, dark and powerful figure appeared on the runway. The famous legs strutted down the ca...
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Novelist Bruce Wagner Opens Film “Maps to the Stars” at SBIFF Spoiler Alert! New Film Deals with Incest, Hollywood and Murder

Sex, murder, incest — these are a few themes in the film “Map to the Stars,” written by novelist Bruce Wagner. Though the trailer makes the film seem like a satire on Hollywood’s demented life...
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