Saturday, August 24

Jessie Meehan (far left) and UCLA alumna Merilou “Cosmo” Salazar (left), Garrett Harney (center) and Dylan Robin (right) are members of the riot pop band WASI. The band is releasing its first EP "Bleed Pop" Tuesday. Bassist Meehan said WASI’s music is inspired by the Riot Grrrl movement of the 1990s. Frequently performing in DIY venues and the LGBT music scene, the band strives to create a sense of community in its shows, said drummer Harney. (Aubrey Yeo/Daily Bruin senior staff)
Jessie Meehan (far left) and UCLA alumna Merilou “Cosmo” Salazar (left), Garrett Harney (center) and Dylan Robin (right) are members of the riot pop band WASI. The band is releasing its first EP "Bleed Pop" Tuesday. Bassist Meehan said WASI’s music is inspired by the Riot Grrrl movement of the 1990s. Frequently performing in DIY venues and the LGBT music scene, the band strives to create a sense of community in its shows, said drummer Harney. (Aubrey Yeo/Daily Bruin senior staff)

Jessie Meehan (far left) and UCLA alumna Merilou “Cosmo” Salazar (left), Garrett Harney (center) and Dylan Robin (right) are members of the riot pop band WASI. The band is releasing its first EP "Bleed Pop" Tuesday. Bassist Meehan said WASI’s music is inspired by the Riot Grrrl movement of the 1990s. Frequently performing in DIY venues and the LGBT music scene, the band strives to create a sense of community in its shows, said drummer Harney. (Aubrey Yeo/Daily Bruin senior staff)
Jessie Meehan (far left) and UCLA alumna Merilou “Cosmo” Salazar (left), Garrett Harney (center) and Dylan Robin (right) are members of the riot pop band WASI. The band is releasing its first EP "Bleed Pop" Tuesday. Bassist Meehan said WASI’s music is inspired by the Riot Grrrl movement of the 1990s. Frequently performing in DIY venues and the LGBT music scene, the band strives to create a sense of community in its shows, said drummer Harney. (Aubrey Yeo/Daily Bruin senior staff)

UCLA first-year ethnomusicology student Ellington Peet (top left), first-year undeclared student Matt Saunders (top right), first-year ethnomusicology student Cole Brossus (bottom left) and first-year ethnomusicology student Jack Bastian (bottom right) make up the band Apollo Soul, which is performing Friday at Ecochella. 
(Apollo Soul)
UCLA first-year ethnomusicology student Ellington Peet (top left), first-year undeclared student Matt Saunders (top right), first-year ethnomusicology student Cole Brossus (bottom left) and first-year ethnomusicology student Jack Bastian (bottom right) make up the band Apollo Soul, which is performing Friday at Ecochella. 
(Apollo Soul)

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The UCLA Early Music ensemble will perform in “Imagining the New World,” a concert that features music such as the first known European transcriptions of Native American song from the pre-1750s colonial era. (Courtesy of Henry Lim)
The UCLA Early Music ensemble will perform in “Imagining the New World,” a concert that features music such as the first known European transcriptions of Native American song from the pre-1750s colonial era. (Courtesy of Henry Lim)