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“Sparks” fly on Imogen Heap’s fourth studio album

“Sparks” fly on Imogen Heap’s fourth studio album

British singer- songwriter Imogen Heap celebrates this year with her summer release of Sparks, her fourth studio album. Heap is well known in the electronica-ambient scene dating back to 2005 with her hit “Hide and Seek,” which topped both British and American charts. Heap has also won awards for “best engineered album,” and has climbed […]

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New Zealand singer Kimbra, incorporates art with her latest album “The Golden Echo”

New Zealand singer Kimbra, incorporates art with her latest album “The Golden Echo”

Though most people know of 24-year-old New Zealand native Kimbra from her 2013 power duet with Gotye, she is proving herself to be much more than a featured voice. Her newest album “The Golden Echo” was released last Tuesday and features an evolved sound that stands out on its own. Since the sultry sounds of […]

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Summer music festivals that rocked the month of August

Summer music festivals that rocked the month of August

  There’s more to California’s music festival scene than Coachella. The month of August hosted a variety of music festivals that included the likes of The Strokes, Kanye West, and Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers. Outside Lands of San Francisco, Echo Park Rising, and Fuck Yeah Fest (FYF) of Downtown Los Angeles spanned across the […]

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Welcome to Geek Clash!

To help Culture Clash usher in the Fall 2014 semester, as well as satiate your palate for all things “geek,” we would like to properly introduce the Sundial exclusive podcast, Geek Clash. Throughout the semester, your hosts, Josh and Trevor, will be bringing you their insight on the latest in games, movies and shows, along […]

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Let’s Be Cops, flops at the box office

Let’s Be Cops, flops at the box office

  It is possible that most of America has thought jokingly about all the things they would like to get away with if they were a part of law enforcement. “Let’s Be Cops” invites viewers to live out that fantasy in a funny way. Sticking with the classic buddy cop formula, the film offers a […]

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Sin City: A Dame to Kill For, fails to kill the box office

Sin City: A Dame to Kill For, fails to kill the box office

Have you ever dated someone that was appealing to eye but dull to the mind? Robert Rodriguez and Frank Miller bring those emotions to life in their awaited sequel, ‘Sin City: A Dame to Kill For.’ The film that is based on Miller’s graphic novel has its share of ooh’s and aah’s. The visual graphics […]

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Culture Clash Podcast: Summer television, indie games and bad movies

  This time on the Culture Clash podcast, Josh and Trevor talk about “The Leftovers,” “The Strain” and a few indie games, “To The Moon” and “Banner Saga.” They also talk about a few summer blockbuster and lastly dedicate some time to one of the best/worst movies of the last ten years, “The Happening.”

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Culture Clash Podcast: E3 2014 and the ‘Game of Thrones’ finale

This time on the Culture Clash Podcast, Josh and Trevor discuss the highlights of this year’s E3 show and geek out over the “Game of Thrones” season four finale.

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Culture Clash Podcast: Indie games, summer movies and ‘Game of Thrones’

  Welcome to the relaunch of Josh and Trevor’s podcast now titled, “Culture Clash.” When we first launched the show at the start of the Spring 2014 semester, we set out to create a bi-weekly podcast geared towards video game news and reviews. After two months of consistent shows, we branched out into movie coverage […]

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Cosplay is never consent: don’t harass your fellow fan

Cosplay is never consent: don’t harass your fellow fan

For cosplayers, Halloween is not the only opportunity to don a costume in public without being a deviant… or so we thought. Cosplay, short for “costume play”, is often seen at conventions where participants dress up to resemble characters from cartoons, comics, anime, video games, movies and so forth. While it is an engaging way […]

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Broken screens and malfunctioning phones make big business

Broken screens and malfunctioning phones make big business

Pulling out a smartphone only to watch it free fall onto the concrete is not a pretty picture — in fact, it’s probably one of the worst things a college student can witness. Without a cover or case, it only takes one clumsy accident to break a phone or electronic device, regardless of how recently […]

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Los Angeles Metro station destinations to visit over summer

Los Angeles Metro station destinations to visit over summer

  Seventy-five years ago this month, Los Angeles saw the opening of its first, and largest-to-date, central train terminal. Union Station has served as a hub for public transportation for several generations, while paying homage to California’s missionary heritage in its design and architecture. Today, the Metropolitan Transportation Authority, otherwise known as Metro, owns the […]

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