Sunday, September 22

(Andrea Grigsby/Daily Bruin)
(Andrea Grigsby/Daily Bruin)

Hozier took the stage at the Hollywood Forever Cemetery for his "Wasteland, Baby!" tour. (Alice Naland/Daily Bruin)

Concert review: Hozier’s minimalist set lets music take the front seat in cemetery performance

Hozier wrote love songs for the end of the world – it was only fitting he perform them in a cemetery. The Irish musician took the stage at the Hollywood Forever Cemetery on Tuesday night, performing a set list which primarily pulled from his recent album “Wasteland, Baby!” Often simply standing in place with his guitar under shifting lights, the setting was modest, allowing light smoke and a gentle breeze to provide much of the atmosphere. Read more...

Hozier took the stage at the Hollywood Forever Cemetery for his "Wasteland, Baby!" tour. (Alice Naland/Daily Bruin)

(Courtesy of Ed Araquel/Netflix)
(Courtesy of Ed Araquel/Netflix)

(Courtesy of Macall B. Polay/HBO)
(Courtesy of Macall B. Polay/HBO)

Matheus Gorski, a fourth-year electrical engineering student, and Jahanvi Srinivasan, a fourth-year psychology student, will perform as a duo. Hailing from Brazil and India respectively, they will bring their individual musical influences together for a song about reaching out for help. (Esther Li/Daily Bruin)
Matheus Gorski, a fourth-year electrical engineering student, and Jahanvi Srinivasan, a fourth-year psychology student, will perform as a duo. Hailing from Brazil and India respectively, they will bring their individual musical influences together for a song about reaching out for help. (Esther Li/Daily Bruin)

(Courtesy of Matthew Murphy)
(Courtesy of Matthew Murphy)



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