The Bay Area’s very own Charlie Yin, famously known as Giraffage, brought the heat to SOhO’s normally folksy atmosphere last Thursday night. The sold out show was packed with grown folk, college kids and molly-crazed high schoolers ready for the turn up. The show was hosted by Santa Barbara-bred music […]
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UCSB has the fortune of harboring an expansive community of talented musicians, among which stand the ensembles of singers who create music collaboratively using just their voices as instruments. This weekend, UCSB’s two classical choirs and three acappella groups present their captivating, kaleidoscopic repertoire. Tomorrow at 8 p.m., the trained […]
Last Friday night at The Hub, the crowd’s energy was palpable in the silence between performances. The excitement at this A.S. Program Board event was infectious as we waited for Oxnard-native Madlib (also known as Quasimoto), a well-known multi-instrumentalist, DJ and producer. With highly acclaimed albums to his name like […]
The Center for Research in Electronic Art Technology, or CREATE, and the Media Arts and Technology Program, or MAT, presented an electronic and visual music show called “Sound Storm” at the Lotte Lehmann Concert Hall last night.