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Relive the Coachella moments of Prince’s 2008 performance

Relive the Coachella moments of Prince’s 2008 performance

Brooke Holland

April 21, 2016

With weekend two of Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival in full-effect in less than 24 hours and the legendary rocker Prince’s death announced today — here’s a throwback of the superstar’s 2008 headlining cover performance of Radiohead’s “Creep.” Prince + Coachella = why isn’t...

Punk rock: appropriated but not dead

Punk rock: appropriated but not dead

Neelofer Lodhy

September 15, 2013

I still remember my first rock show: I was about 12 years old and was headed to the Long Beach Arena to catch No Doubt headlining with The Distillers and Garbage as the opening act. Upon my arrival I couldn’t help but feel intimidated by the large amount of people covered in tattoos and piercings. The signifi...

The Walkmen play old hits and new songs off of “Lisbon,” their just released album

Morgan Marx

September 20, 2010

The sound of an East Coast winter blew into Los Angeles nightclub The Music Box as the band The Walkmen arrived to support their new critically-acclaimed album, “Lisbon.” The New York–based indie rock outfit played a 90-minute set before a near-capacity crowd. Over the course of a 14-song set...

Big Moves: Decoding jazz into rock

Angelica Bonomo

February 15, 2010

The band "Big Moves" has a thing for dinosaurs and the color purple. More than half the songs on their first album, “In the Beginning”, were named after dinosaurs. “Dinosaurs were a passion of mind as a child,” Blake Straus, 22, said. “It’s something we ran with in the first album....

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