Thursday, May 24

First-year pre-business economics student Noah Crousore released his EP "Binary" under the alias BLDRNNR, an ode to one of his favorite movies. "Binary" features complex electronic beats fused with hip-hop vocals from co-writer Navin Bose.    (Hannah Burnett/Assistant Photo editor)

First-year student fuses hip-hop and electronic music on EP ‘Binary’

Noah Crousore has produced music under about 35 different aliases with approximately 3 million combined SoundCloud plays on his tracks. But for the first-year pre-business economics student’s newest EP, he turned to just one: BLDRNNR. Read more...

Photo: First-year pre-business economics student Noah Crousore released his EP "Binary" under the alias BLDRNNR, an ode to one of his favorite movies. "Binary" features complex electronic beats fused with hip-hop vocals from co-writer Navin Bose. (Hannah Burnett/Assistant Photo editor)

First-year pre-business economics student Noah Crousore released his EP "Binary" under the alias BLDRNNR, an ode to one of his favorite movies. "Binary" features complex electronic beats fused with hip-hop vocals from co-writer Navin Bose.    (Hannah Burnett/Assistant Photo editor)

Rap artist Aminé rose to fame after his breakout single "Caroline" became a surprise hit last year. (Creative commons photo by Sweetfeet610 via Wikimedia Commons)

CEC, CAC announce performers for Bruin Bash

Mura Masa, Aminé and Mr. Carmack will be performing at this year’s Bruin Bash in Pauley Pavilion on Monday. The Cultural Affairs Commission and the Campus Events Commission announced the artists in a Facebook video Tuesday evening. Read more...

Photo: Rap artist Aminé rose to fame after his breakout single "Caroline" became a surprise hit last year. (Creative commons photo by Sweetfeet610 via Wikimedia Commons)

Rap artist Aminé rose to fame after his breakout single "Caroline" became a surprise hit last year. (Creative commons photo by Sweetfeet610 via Wikimedia Commons)

Alumnus Fred Foos is a member of EDM group #CAKE, along with Julian Tipler and Michael Buchholz. The trio branches out of typical EDM conventions by incorporating sounds from different instruments and genres. (Daniel Leibowitz/Daily Bruin)

Alum adds organic element to EDM genre with his group #CAKE

The members of #CAKE were in high school when they produced their first EDM song together. But while they were making it, their computer glitched, and the song slowed to 70 percent of its original speed. Read more...

Photo: Alumnus Fred Foos is a member of EDM group #CAKE, along with Julian Tipler and Michael Buchholz. The trio branches out of typical EDM conventions by incorporating sounds from different instruments and genres. (Daniel Leibowitz/Daily Bruin)

Alumnus Fred Foos is a member of EDM group #CAKE, along with Julian Tipler and Michael Buchholz. The trio branches out of typical EDM conventions by incorporating sounds from different instruments and genres. (Daniel Leibowitz/Daily Bruin)

Ian McShane (left) and Ricky Whittle (right)
 play the main characters Mr. Wednesday and Shadow Moon in the new Starz television series "American Gods," based on a 2001 novel of the same name by Neil Gaiman. (Courtesy of Starz)

Second Take: ‘American Gods’ adeptly handles book-to-television transition

Ancient gods and goddesses run rampant throughout the cities of America in the new Starz series “American Gods.” The show, an adaption of Neil Gaiman’s 2001 novel of the same name, has expertly translated the text to the television screen by capturing the book’s magical and bizarre intricacies despite the show’s weak special effects. Read more...

Photo: Ian McShane (left) and Ricky Whittle (right) play the main characters Mr. Wednesday and Shadow Moon in the new Starz television series "American Gods," based on a 2001 novel of the same name by Neil Gaiman. (Courtesy of Starz)

Ian McShane (left) and Ricky Whittle (right)
 play the main characters Mr. Wednesday and Shadow Moon in the new Starz television series "American Gods," based on a 2001 novel of the same name by Neil Gaiman. (Courtesy of Starz)

Jamaican singer Ziggy Marley will receive an award at Spring Sing on May 19. (Creative Commons photo by Bruce Tuten via Flickr)

Ziggy Marley to receive lifetime achievement award at Spring Sing

Reggae artist Ziggy Marley will receive a lifetime achievement award at Spring Sing 2017. On Tuesday, the Student Alumni Association and UCLA Alumni Association named Marley the 2017 recipient of the George and Ira Gershwin Award for Lifetime Musical Achievement. Read more...

Photo: Jamaican singer Ziggy Marley will receive an award at Spring Sing on May 19. (Creative Commons photo by Bruce Tuten via Flickr)

Jamaican singer Ziggy Marley will receive an award at Spring Sing on May 19. (Creative Commons photo by Bruce Tuten via Flickr)

California native wildflowers began blooming at UCLA's Sage Hill, the campus' last site of native Californian plant life. The site features multiple species of flowers, including purple-colored astragalus, orange sticky monkey and bright yellow California sunflowers. The site is open to all students and is located off of Bellagio Drive past the Krieger Child Care Center. The site is also home to native Californian wildlife, such as the spotted towhee.  (Chelsea Zhang/Daily Bruin)

Sage Hill offers views of blooming California native plants, ecosystem

Students don’t need to drive for hours to find a California superbloom – UCLA has one in its own backyard. Located off of Bellagio Drive, just past the Krieger Center by Sage Hill, is UCLA’s last native Californian plant life habitat on campus. Read more...

Photo: California native wildflowers began blooming at UCLA's Sage Hill, the campus' last site of native Californian plant life. The site features multiple species of flowers, including purple-colored astragalus, orange sticky monkey and bright yellow California sunflowers. The site is open to all students and is located off of Bellagio Drive past the Krieger Child Care Center. The site is also home to native Californian wildlife, such as the spotted towhee. (Chelsea Zhang/Daily Bruin)

California native wildflowers began blooming at UCLA's Sage Hill, the campus' last site of native Californian plant life. The site features multiple species of flowers, including purple-colored astragalus, orange sticky monkey and bright yellow California sunflowers. The site is open to all students and is located off of Bellagio Drive past the Krieger Child Care Center. The site is also home to native Californian wildlife, such as the spotted towhee.  (Chelsea Zhang/Daily Bruin)

At the restaurant Hamasaku, The Green Dragon sushi features six rolls with a spicy tuna center, topped with avocado, soy paper and sweet soy.  The roll is just one of many premium rolls that Hamasaku offers its customers. (Nate Nickolai/Daily Bruin senior staff)

Boulevard Bites: Hamasaku boasts quality sushi, vibrant presentation

Finding a delicious restaurant in Los Angeles can be difficult among the city’s thousands of dining options. To help readers narrow down their search, the Daily Bruin will review restaurants located along main street boulevards near UCLA each week. Read more...

Photo: At the restaurant Hamasaku, The Green Dragon sushi features six rolls with a spicy tuna center, topped with avocado, soy paper and sweet soy. The roll is just one of many premium rolls that Hamasaku offers its customers. (Nate Nickolai/Daily Bruin senior staff)

At the restaurant Hamasaku, The Green Dragon sushi features six rolls with a spicy tuna center, topped with avocado, soy paper and sweet soy.  The roll is just one of many premium rolls that Hamasaku offers its customers. (Nate Nickolai/Daily Bruin senior staff)


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