Monday, May 20

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Three years after meeting at Omega Sigma Tau fraternity, fourth-year neuroscience student Eric Jung (left) and fifth-year world arts and cultures student Alex Liu (right) will perform Friday at Spring Sing 2014.

Spring Sing Profile: Alex Liu and Eric Jung

The first time Alex Liu and Eric Jung met was during a desperate scramble to fill empty spaces in a production roster. As a second-year student, Liu realized his fraternity’s 2011 Spring Sing production was lacking musicians and reached out to Jung, then a first-year, through recommendations by friends and fraternity brothers. Read more...

Photo: (Shreya Aiyar/Daily Bruin) Three years after meeting at Omega Sigma Tau fraternity, fourth-year neuroscience student Eric Jung (left) and fifth-year world arts and cultures student Alex Liu (right) will perform Friday at Spring Sing 2014.

(Shreya Aiyar/Daily Bruin)
Three years after meeting at Omega Sigma Tau fraternity, fourth-year neuroscience student Eric Jung (left) and fifth-year world arts and cultures student Alex Liu (right) will perform Friday at Spring Sing 2014.

World Voice Day at UCLA will feature activities and performances across departments on the UCLA campus. The UCLA Chorale (pictured) will host performances by choirs from Chaffey College as well as provide vocal clinics and singing lessons to suggest new performance techniques and singing methods as part of the Choral Outreach Program. 
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UCLA brings World Voice Day to campus

A one-on-one singing lesson takes place on Bruin Walk, but instead of a piano or a conductor’s baton, artificial larynges and high-resolution images of vocal cords lay close at hand. Read more...

Photo: World Voice Day at UCLA will feature activities and performances across departments on the UCLA campus. The UCLA Chorale (pictured) will host performances by choirs from Chaffey College as well as provide vocal clinics and singing lessons to suggest new performance techniques and singing methods as part of the Choral Outreach Program. (Miriam Bribiesca/Daily Bruin)

World Voice Day at UCLA will feature activities and performances across departments on the UCLA campus. The UCLA Chorale (pictured) will host performances by choirs from Chaffey College as well as provide vocal clinics and singing lessons to suggest new performance techniques and singing methods as part of the Choral Outreach Program. 
(Miriam Bribiesca/Daily Bruin)

(Courtesy of Carpark Records)

Album Review: ‘Here and Nowhere Else’

Few indie rock bands can relate to the massive identity shift undertaken by Cloud Nothings. 2010′s debut LP “Turning On” and 2011′s “Cloud Nothings” saw the fledgling trio, led by vocalist Dylan Baldi, tentatively maneuver through screechy, lo-fi punk songs that gave a new meaning to “made from scratch.” Fast-forward to 2012‘s “Attack on Memory,” overseen by producer Steve Albini: It was as if an entirely different group, characterized by a more polished, lush sound, had replaced the piecemeal trio of previous years. Read more...

Photo: (Courtesy of Carpark Records)

(Courtesy of Carpark Records)

The Kitchenette, composed of seven members from UCLA band The Big Kitchen, will perform music inspired by early rocksteady and reggae artists at the Fowler Museum Thursday as part of the Fowler Out Loud series.

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The Kitchenette to offer taste of reggae at Fowler

On some days, the Kitchenette, a group of seven UCLA musicians, can be heard cooking up covers of reggae hits or rehearsing original rocksteady and ska-influenced melodies in Schoenberg Hall. Read more...

Photo: The Kitchenette, composed of seven members from UCLA band The Big Kitchen, will perform music inspired by early rocksteady and reggae artists at the Fowler Museum Thursday as part of the Fowler Out Loud series. (Courtesy of Sansanee Boonyad)

The Kitchenette, composed of seven members from UCLA band The Big Kitchen, will perform music inspired by early rocksteady and reggae artists at the Fowler Museum Thursday as part of the Fowler Out Loud series.

(Courtesy of Sansanee Boonyad)

Amir Zimmerman (left), Kathleen Del Rosario (center) and Lawrence Maddela (right) will perform Monday as part of the weekly Kerckhoff Coffee House Concert Series. 
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Concert series to host hip-hop inspired performances

Every Monday evening, sounds of acoustic guitars and soft, melancholy voices float through the coffee-scented air in Kerckhoff Coffee House, turning the on-campus cafe into an intimate performance space for up-and-coming student artists. Read more...

Photo: Amir Zimmerman (left), Kathleen Del Rosario (center) and Lawrence Maddela (right) will perform Monday as part of the weekly Kerckhoff Coffee House Concert Series. (Erin Ng/Daily Bruin senior staff)

Amir Zimmerman (left), Kathleen Del Rosario (center) and Lawrence Maddela (right) will perform Monday as part of the weekly Kerckhoff Coffee House Concert Series. 
(Erin Ng/Daily Bruin senior staff)

UCLA's Department of Theater will perform its rendition of the 18th-century play "Double Falsehood." Written by English playwright Lewis Theobald, the play focuses on love, mistrust and relationships.

UCLA Department of Theater to put on ‘Double Falsehood’

A royal family and the court walk onto the stage, clad in rich ornamental accessories that accentuate their regal demeanors. Suddenly, a duke’s attendant drapes himself in a white cloth and transforms, right in front of the audience and his companions, into a shepherd, and the show goes on uninterrupted. Read more...

Photo: UCLA's Department of Theater will perform its rendition of the 18th-century play "Double Falsehood." Written by English playwright Lewis Theobald, the play focuses on love, mistrust and relationships.

UCLA's Department of Theater will perform its rendition of the 18th-century play "Double Falsehood." Written by English playwright Lewis Theobald, the play focuses on love, mistrust and relationships.

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Album Review: ‘My Own Lane’

For rappers looking to establish themselves within the genre, 2013 was a tough year to do so, with veteran artists such as Kanye West, Kendrick Lamar and Drake dominating the charts and airwaves. Read more...

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