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Dillon Francis, Charli XCX, and More Tear it Up at Extravaganza ‘18

In case you missed it, A.S. Program Board (ASPB) presented the students of UCSB with their fun (and free) annual festival on the grass of Harder Stadium last weekend, featuring DJBJ,  Coast Modern, D...
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Clairo Illuminates Storke Plaza

Clairo’s luminescent presence left UCSB students glowing and wishing to “feel this way forever”.
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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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Tracks of the Month: April 2018

From Aminé and Injury Reserve to A$AP Rocky, April brought an assortment of energetic, eccentric and thoughtful hip hop tracks.
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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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Artsweek Reviews Avengers: Infinity War

“Infinity War” is a movie that shouldn’t have worked, but it did, and it’s fun.
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Does Coachella Suck?

The sheer grandeur of the festival is what makes it worthwhile and what keeps convincing 100,000+ people to attend every year.
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I Saw The Drums at SOhO and it was Aggressively Gorgeous

The Drums gave downtown Santa Barbara a brilliantly wild escape from home, as I hope they continue to give people for many years to come.
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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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The Friday Review: Sex & Food by Unknown Mortal Orchestra

While Sex & Food may not be Unknown Mortal Orchestra’s best collective work, it does offer an innovative look at the modern day and age.
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Dewey Bryan Saunders’ Surreal World of Album Cover Art

Dewey Bryan Saunders is one of today’s most innovative and established graphic designers who often operates within the niche realm that is album cover art.
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Portugal. The Man and Chicano Batman Illuminate SB Bowl

Portugal. The Man brought their ability to alleviate temporary stress by illuminating the stage with gritty guitar solos and lively strobe lights straight from an 80s flick.
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Julia Feldman Wants to Make a Mark

Through her pursuits of music, feminism and environmentalism, Feldman is trying to save the world.
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Alt-J and Børns Breeze Through Santa Barbara Bowl

Since their emergence into the world of music six years ago, alt-J has grown from a small college band in Leeds to an internationally known indie sensation admired by many.
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