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Azizi Gibson Electrifies Velvet Jones

Though his set was brief, his performance was packed with energy and enthusiasm. The venue itself is probably what contributed to the overall enjoyment of the concert.
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Bon Iver Graces the Bowl with Summertime Show

Throughout the first three songs, I felt disoriented and distorted. I began to forget the peaceful side of Bon Iver that lulled me to sleep many nights in a row.
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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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Tracks of the Month: March 2018

Tyler, The Creator, “OKRA” “OKRA” is sonic heaven for Tyler, The Creator fans who enjoy his hard-hitting, heavy and dirty style of rap. The beat’s overblown distorted bassline knocks Tyler...
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Tracks of the Month: February 2018

Every month, Artsweek’s staff collects a handful of newly released tracks that highlight the best musical moments of the past 30 days. Check out January’s tracks of the month for some possible add...
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Bad Love: A History of the Worst Love Songs

Over the course of time, love songs have played an integral role in music consumption. Many love songs evoke the sort of romantic essence they were intended to, and some miss that mark. Here are a few...
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SB in Sound: Radio Stations to Look Out For

If the struggle to rediscover decent radio stations sounds familiar, this article will put you in good hands. Below, you’ll find a short guide to the hottest FM radio sounds broadcasting near UCSB.
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Tchami Takes on Delirium 2017 with Surging Tracks

Cheers from the audience roared vivaciously as Tchami began bumping his initial beats shortly before 11 p.m.
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Andrew Bird Soars with Melodic Sounds at Campbell

Behind his aslant silhouette on stage, the visual recording of Echolocations: River played on a backdrop. Bird plays the violin in sequence with the video projection.
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Students Meet Under Storke Tower to Rally Against ‘Dirty Oil’

Around 40 students from several environmental clubs rallied Thursday under Storke Tower to protest dirty oil and show support for environmental health.
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Phishing Scams Continue to Plague Campus

Over 400 students responded to suspicious emails by providing their UCSB NetID and password.
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The Vagina Monologues & Herstories To Bring Excitement, Discomfort, Inclusion

Students who were taken aback by animate vaginas wandering through The Arbor can expect tears, laughter and storytelling from the Women’s Ensemble Theatre Troupe this weekend.
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