After much anticipation, Los Angeles indie pop band The Happy Hollows releases its first full-length album this fall. For those lucky enough to have seen the eclectic group live on campus at KSCRfest last semester or for those who where hooked on its Imaginary EP, the wait is finally over. To say that this album […]
You know that ditsy, naïve, overly cheerful girl in class you just can’t stand? That’s Colbie Caillat on her sophomore album, Breakthrough, a dim-witted collection of redundant, uninspired and excessively sunny boy-crush songs. I’ll be the first to admit my soft spot for Colbie Caillat and her deliciously raspy voice; Coco was a solid feel-good […]
Influenced by the multicultural neighborhoods of Los Angeles, Mariachi The Bronx puts a Mexican spin on electric-goes-acoustic.
It’s been a long time coming — four years to be exact — but Imogen Heap has finally released her third solo album, Ellipse. It’s an event comparable to the second coming for her devoted cult following, and boy, was it worth the wait. In recent years, the British electropop artist has become a ubiquitous, […]
USC Program Board’s Welcome Back Concert strays from mainstream tastes.
The Phenomenal Handclap Band brings its psychedlic tunes to Los Angeles venues.
Stray from campus to see some of the biggest musical acts playing in Los Angeles this fall.
Poison Pit -“Manners” The Vaselines - “Enter the Vaselines” Green Day - “21st Century Breakdown”