Friday, October 19

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Spring Music Preview 2015

This spring holds not only Spring Sing and JazzReggae Festival but also the releases of new music from indie favorites Sufjan Stevens and Passion Pit, to JazzReggae Festival headliner Wale. Read more...

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Third-year Design | Media Arts student Sienna Moffitt was traveling in England when she was asked to perform on a BBC radio segment in Liverpool. Moffitt went on to record a demo album while in England, titled "this is a demo," which she released Monday night on her Bandcamp site. 
(Daniel Alcazar/Daily Bruin)

Singer Sienna Moffitt’s ‘this is a demo’ inspired by trip to Europe

When third-year Design | Media Arts student Sienna Moffitt made plans to study abroad in Europe, appearing on BBC Radio Merseyside and recording her first demo were not part of her agenda. Read more...

Photo: Third-year Design | Media Arts student Sienna Moffitt was traveling in England when she was asked to perform on a BBC radio segment in Liverpool. Moffitt went on to record a demo album while in England, titled "this is a demo," which she released Monday night on her Bandcamp site. (Daniel Alcazar/Daily Bruin)

Third-year Design | Media Arts student Sienna Moffitt was traveling in England when she was asked to perform on a BBC radio segment in Liverpool. Moffitt went on to record a demo album while in England, titled "this is a demo," which she released Monday night on her Bandcamp site. 
(Daniel Alcazar/Daily Bruin)


Rock band The Murrows was founded by fourth-year history student Bryan Fradin (second to right), his brother Evan Fradin (right), the brothers' childhood friend Logan Cantrell (second to left) and Jason Spathopoulos (left), who inadvertently met the band while crashing a party.
(Courtesy of Ben Shani)

Band The Murrows to play in Kerckhoff Coffee House concert series

A party crasher completed The Murrows, which previously consisted of longtime partners: two brothers and a childhood friend. After experimenting with several variations of bands, fourth-year history student and drummer Bryan Fradin and younger brother Evan Fradin decided to team up with childhood friend and bassist Logan Cantrell to form a new band. Read more...

Photo: Rock band The Murrows was founded by fourth-year history student Bryan Fradin (second to right), his brother Evan Fradin (right), the brothers' childhood friend Logan Cantrell (second to left) and Jason Spathopoulos (left), who inadvertently met the band while crashing a party. (Courtesy of Ben Shani)

Rock band The Murrows was founded by fourth-year history student Bryan Fradin (second to right), his brother Evan Fradin (right), the brothers' childhood friend Logan Cantrell (second to left) and Jason Spathopoulos (left), who inadvertently met the band while crashing a party.
(Courtesy of Ben Shani)

To celebrate the 25th anniversary of "Marketplace," the radio show has been touring and hosting discussions across the country and wrapped up with their panel Saturday in Royce Hall. Exploring the divergence of two worlds in "How I Learned the Business of Creativity," the event featured star of NBC's Parks and Recreation Amy Poehler.
(Courtesy of Mary Ellen Matthews)

Theater & More: ‘How I Learned the Business of Creativity’

In the anticipation of witnessing “Parks and Recreation” star Amy Poehler in “How I Learned the Business of Creativity,” I expected a night of comedy; the idea that a comedian such as Poehler could buckle down and talk business evaded me. Read more...

Photo: To celebrate the 25th anniversary of "Marketplace," the radio show has been touring and hosting discussions across the country and wrapped up with their panel Saturday in Royce Hall. Exploring the divergence of two worlds in "How I Learned the Business of Creativity," the event featured star of NBC's Parks and Recreation Amy Poehler. (Courtesy of Mary Ellen Matthews)

To celebrate the 25th anniversary of "Marketplace," the radio show has been touring and hosting discussions across the country and wrapped up with their panel Saturday in Royce Hall. Exploring the divergence of two worlds in "How I Learned the Business of Creativity," the event featured star of NBC's Parks and Recreation Amy Poehler.
(Courtesy of Mary Ellen Matthews)