Monday, April 23

Ethnomusicology alumna Nina Kasuya will perform at Kerckhoff Coffeehouse as part of the Cultural Affairs Commission's Concert Series Monday night. With her performance, Kasuya aims to tell the story of her musical career.
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Q&A: Nina Kasuya discusses musical journey for upcoming show

Recently graduated ethnomusicology student with a minor in music industry, Nina Kasuya performs tonight as part of the Cultural Affairs Commission’s Kerckhoff Coffeehouse Concert Series. Kasuya spoke with Daily Bruin’s Ishan Rampuria about her upcoming performance and her past, present and future musical career. Read more...

Photo: Ethnomusicology alumna Nina Kasuya will perform at Kerckhoff Coffeehouse as part of the Cultural Affairs Commission's Concert Series Monday night. With her performance, Kasuya aims to tell the story of her musical career. (Gabrielle Cabalza/Daily Bruin)

Ethnomusicology alumna Nina Kasuya will perform at Kerckhoff Coffeehouse as part of the Cultural Affairs Commission's Concert Series Monday night. With her performance, Kasuya aims to tell the story of her musical career.
(Gabrielle Cabalza/Daily Bruin)

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Album Review: ‘So Long, See You Tomorrow’

It’s hard to classify Bombay Bicycle Club given its penchant for continuously altering its musical style. The band’s catalogue, spanning four albums, already contains a guitar-heavy indie rock album, “I Had the Blues but I Shook Them Loose,” a folk-inspired acoustic record, “Flaws,” and the up-tempo “A Different Kind of Fix.” Whether or not the radical change from album to album is a testament to the band’s versatility or an indictment of its lack of identity, Bombay Bicycle Club nonetheless continues the trend with “So Long, See You Tomorrow,” an album that clearly finds its inspiration in electronic music. Read more...

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Jazz saxophonist Charles Lloyd first performed at UCLA more than 44 years ago and returns to Royce Hall tonight with his fusion-tinged improvisation skills.

Charles Lloyd brings musical legacy to Royce Hall

When Charles Lloyd sold out a two-night gig at UCLA in January 1969, Richard Nixon was preparing to be sworn in as the 37th president of the United States of America. Read more...

Photo: Jazz saxophonist Charles Lloyd first performed at UCLA more than 44 years ago and returns to Royce Hall tonight with his fusion-tinged improvisation skills.

Jazz saxophonist Charles Lloyd first performed at UCLA more than 44 years ago and returns to Royce Hall tonight with his fusion-tinged improvisation skills.


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