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Phantogram Performs Haunting Indie-Pop at Arlington

Phantogram brought an impressive set to the Arlington, incorporating a plethora of sounds from their various influences and inspirations.
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RL Grime Soundtracks A Sunny Deltopia Weekend

Last Saturday’s hosting of heavy trap DJ RL Grime was a clear attempt to keep kids off the streets of I.V. during Deltopia; the students responded with immense praise.
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Homeshake Brings Silky Sounds to Storke

Homeshake does not boast a sound that is daytime-ready, but nonetheless, the soulful melodies were pleasantly warm.
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Evan Tan: In Living Color

Rather than hiding in the darkness, Tan has a penchant for illuminating the world with saturated color.
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The Ghost in the Hollow Shell of a Movie

“Ghost in the Shell” also tries to distract you from the shortcomings of its plot by shoving enough holograms in your face to make you see binary code.
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The Friday Review: More Life by Drake

From rap to R&B to dancehall, he does it all on More Life, and he does it well.
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Program Board’s Annual Warm Up To Return

In an effort to outweigh a multitude of rules and regulations comes the treat of a “welcome back” concert, with this year’s guests being RL Grime and Destructo.
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Two Door Cinema Club Arriving Next Friday

The band’s legendary idols, Prince and Bowie, undoubtedly inspired the band to pay homage to the past generations of music that solidified their grandeur with enticing dancefloor anthems.
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UCSB Filmmakers Join Forces with Jack Johnson

Set to a soundtrack by alumnus Jack Johnson, the film will cover four unique students and have their interconnected stories unfold in Isla Vista over the course of their last day of Spring Quarter.
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Travis Scott to Light Up SB Bowl

At a Travis Scott show, the rapper and his dedicated audience are wild in every sense of the word.
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Lucidity Fest’s Blissful Gathering Set for This Weekend

While many will attend Lucidity this year for its renowned workshops on permaculture, sustainability, spirituality and community-building, the music takes precedence over all for a significant portion...
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Mr. Burns Confounds, But Entertains Audience

Overall, I found myself lost and confused during the majority of the entertaining, humorous, obscure play.
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Cancer, Grief and Video Games

Between the two screens sit a box of tissues and a picture frame of Green holding Joel: his son, the video game’s star and a 4-year-old diagnosed with brain cancer.
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Rising Duo Joyzu Bring Bright Sounds to SB

While witnessing Joyzu play live at M8TRX nightclub, the one thing that stood out most was the joy they shared on stage, which their stage name aptly foreshadows.
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It’s Lit!: Can a Word Narrate a Thousand Pictures?

This week, Jasmine Benafghoul discusses the dangerous enthrall of preserving aesthetic beauty in Oscar Wilde’s The Picture of Dorian Gray, while Lauren Bennett reviews the struggles over language in...
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