Wednesday, June 28

(Leyla Kumble/Daily Bruin)
(Leyla Kumble/Daily Bruin)

(Leyla Kumble/Daily Bruin)
(Leyla Kumble/Daily Bruin)

UCLA alumna Carole Eglash-Kosoff adapted her book "The Human Spirit," which chronicles the experiences of South Africans during apartheid, for the stage. The play is running at the Odyssey Theatre until Sunday. (Courtesy of Ed Kriger)
UCLA alumna Carole Eglash-Kosoff adapted her book "The Human Spirit," which chronicles the experiences of South Africans during apartheid, for the stage. The play is running at the Odyssey Theatre until Sunday. (Courtesy of Ed Kriger)

Southern California native rapper Snoop Dogg was the headliner of Sunday's "Jam Day," at the 28th Annual JazzReggae Festival at UCLA. 
(Austin Yu/Daily Bruin)
Southern California native rapper Snoop Dogg was the headliner of Sunday's "Jam Day," at the 28th Annual JazzReggae Festival at UCLA. 
(Austin Yu/Daily Bruin)

A 10-piece R&B and soul collective, The Primaries is composed of all music students. The band will perform its original song “Two Steps” this Friday in Pauley Pavilion for Spring Sing 2014. (Daily Bruin file photo)

Spring Sing: The Primaries

Full of funky sounds and musicians, 10-piece R&B; and soul collective The Primaries have been preparing for their Spring Sing debut Friday. The band members say they are ready, due to their evolution in the last year. Read more...

A 10-piece R&B and soul collective, The Primaries is composed of all music students. The band will perform its original song “Two Steps” this Friday in Pauley Pavilion for Spring Sing 2014. (Daily Bruin file photo)

The Street Hearts are a folk-soul band that performed and won the award for best band at Spring Sing 2013. This year, the band will take Pauley Pavilion’s stage to perform its new song “Darlin’, Don’t Go.” (Jose Ubeda/Daily Bruin staff)
The Street Hearts are a folk-soul band that performed and won the award for best band at Spring Sing 2013. This year, the band will take Pauley Pavilion’s stage to perform its new song “Darlin’, Don’t Go.” (Jose Ubeda/Daily Bruin staff)

(Domino Records)
(Domino Records)