Friday, February 22

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Album Review: ‘American Beauty/American Psycho’

“American Beauty/American Psycho” Fall Out Boy Island Records 4 paws In a mixture of peaceful and crazy lyrics and beats, Fall Out Boy meets the expectations that its latest album name, “American Beauty/American Psycho,” sets up – the sound alternates between angelic and psychotic. Read more...

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Robopope, comprised of third-year vocal performance student Dominic Delzompo and third-year jazz studies student Donnie Laudicina, will perform Monday night at the Kerckhoff Coffeehouse, as part of the Cultural Affairs Commission's concert series.
(Owen Emerson/Daily Bruin)
Robopope, comprised of third-year vocal performance student Dominic Delzompo and third-year jazz studies student Donnie Laudicina, will perform Monday night at the Kerckhoff Coffeehouse, as part of the Cultural Affairs Commission's concert series.
(Owen Emerson/Daily Bruin)

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Album Review: ’1989′

Taylor Swift should probably leave the pop music of the ’80s to Madonna, Paula Abdul and Michael Jackson. Although Swift’s new album, “1989,” is peppy and cheerful, it is a far fall from her four previous studio albums. Read more...

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Funk-rock fusion band Atomic Walrus will release its first EP "Slug Life" on Saturday. The band is composed of UCLA alumnus and drummer Nivedan Nayak (top), USC alumnus and guitarist Max Cohen (left) and vocalist Joe Kellman (right).
(Aubrey Yeo/Daily Bruin senior staff)

Mixed-genre band Atomic Walrus to release first EP ‘Slug Life’

When the band members of Atomic Walrus first sat down to pick out a band name, they wanted to encapsulate their style. The band took two names and blended them, mixing the song “Atomic Dog” by the P-Funk and the Beatles’ “I Am The Walrus.” The band’s resulting name, Atomic Walrus, embodies the band’s blended style of funk and rock. Read more...

Funk-rock fusion band Atomic Walrus will release its first EP "Slug Life" on Saturday. The band is composed of UCLA alumnus and drummer Nivedan Nayak (top), USC alumnus and guitarist Max Cohen (left) and vocalist Joe Kellman (right).
(Aubrey Yeo/Daily Bruin senior staff)

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Movie Review: ‘The Giver’

While dystopian films have always been fashionable, they have widely grown in popularity since the success of movies such as “The Hunger Games” and “The Matrix.” At this point, “The Giver” is old news, centering on a theme that has been developed previously on-screen. Read more...

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The Fiato Quartet performed on Tuesday at UCLA's Anderson School of Management, kicking off the 2014 Henry J. Bruman Summer Chamber Music Festival. The music festival continues through August on campus to bring classical music directly to students and visitors alike. Bruman, once the chairman of UCLA's geography department, established the funding for the first festival in 1988. (Jessica Zhou/Daily Bruin)
The Fiato Quartet performed on Tuesday at UCLA's Anderson School of Management, kicking off the 2014 Henry J. Bruman Summer Chamber Music Festival. The music festival continues through August on campus to bring classical music directly to students and visitors alike. Bruman, once the chairman of UCLA's geography department, established the funding for the first festival in 1988. (Jessica Zhou/Daily Bruin)


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