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Things get trippy at the Los Angeles Psych Fest

Things get trippy at the Los Angeles Psych Fest

Jake Tully

September 22, 2015

These days, the term psychedelic music seem to be buzz words thrown around to entice twenty-somethings to unload their cash into and brag about it later despite having little clue what psychedelia truly is. Thankfully, the L.A. Psych Fest dispelled some of the myths of the so-called psych craze and...

Audience witnesses the unexpected at “Blood Wedding”

Audience witnesses the unexpected at “Blood Wedding”

Jake Tully

September 21, 2015

Getting back into a season of theater isn’t always easy, but it’s certainly much less of a hardship when something as provocative and engaging as Blood Wedding serves as the inaugural show for California State University Northridge’s fall theater program. Highly appropriate for the season, the...

How students will experiment with “Blood Wedding”

Jake Tully

September 15, 2015

This weekend at the Experimental Theater of the Valley Performing Art Center, be prepared to abandon any preconceptions of theater with CSUN’s production of Blood Wedding. Under the helm of director Chris Jackson, the play promises to stay true to the surreal nature of the Spanish drama by Fred...

Review: Chandler Juliet brings music to ‘Welcome Day’

Review: Chandler Juliet brings music to ‘Welcome Day’

Jake Tully

September 3, 2015

If there has ever been any misconception that there are only select programs at CSUN that foster artistry and talent. David Nazarian’s College of Business and Economics is ready to prove that untrue. Enter Chandler Juliet, songstress and Management major at CSUN. Both an endeavorous student and...

Review: The Grand Ole Echo says farewell to Summer

Review: The Grand Ole Echo says farewell to Summer

Jake Tully

September 1, 2015

For many, the back porch of The Echo in the neighborhood surrounding Silverlake serves primarily as a place to smoke American Sprits and sober up between sets on the main stage of the venue. For others, the back porch of the Echo serves as the meeting grounds for the Grand Ole Echo, an ongoing series...

Benefit Concert brings Musack to your ears

Benefit Concert brings Musack to your ears

Jake Tully

August 25, 2015

In its fifth year of raising awareness in music education for young people, Musack’s Rock and Roll Carnival served as a fantastic interlude Saturday at the home of the Cary Family. The Rock and Roll Carnival, organized by the musical education foundation Musack, benefits funding within school and...

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