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Michael Shuman (center) steps aside from his Queens of the Stone Age fame when performing with his side project, psychedelic pop trio Mini Mansions. (Courtesy of Mini Mansions)

Sounds of LA: Mini Mansions

Every year, new artists emerge, ready to be Los Angeles’ next great musical discovery, making their rounds through small club tours across the city. Inspired by the hippie enclaves of Topanga, the backyard punk scene of East Los Angeles or the coastal grunge of Venice Beach, each act has its own distinct sound. Read more...

Michael Shuman (center) steps aside from his Queens of the Stone Age fame when performing with his side project, psychedelic pop trio Mini Mansions. (Courtesy of Mini Mansions)

The dessert shop Milk features macaron ice cream sandwiches, including flavors such as banana dulce de leche and Thai tea.
(Miriam Bribiesca/Daily Bruin)
The dessert shop Milk features macaron ice cream sandwiches, including flavors such as banana dulce de leche and Thai tea.
(Miriam Bribiesca/Daily Bruin)

First-year psychology student Nicholas Proano wears a simple pale pink Ralph Lauren polo shirt. (Aubrey Yeo/Daily Bruin senior staff)
First-year psychology student Nicholas Proano wears a simple pale pink Ralph Lauren polo shirt. (Aubrey Yeo/Daily Bruin senior staff)

Mike Mignola's comic "Hellboy," which tells the story of a half-demon secret agent, was colored by Dave Stewart, who uses shadows to cover the page with rich, deep black colors. (Courtesy of Mike Mignola and Dave Stewart)
Mike Mignola's comic "Hellboy," which tells the story of a half-demon secret agent, was colored by Dave Stewart, who uses shadows to cover the page with rich, deep black colors. (Courtesy of Mike Mignola and Dave Stewart)

Pop-rock band Kid Cadaver shows that pop music doesn't need to be a revelatory or innovative piece of art to be enjoyable to listen to. Kid Cadaver will perform at The Satellite March 9.
(Courtesy of Caleb White)

Sounds of LA: Kid Cadaver

Every year, new artists emerge, ready to be Los Angeles’ next great musical discovery, making their rounds through small club tours across the city. Inspired by the hippie enclaves of Topanga, the backyard punk scene of East Los Angeles or the coastal grunge of Venice Beach, each act has its own distinct sound. Read more...

Pop-rock band Kid Cadaver shows that pop music doesn't need to be a revelatory or innovative piece of art to be enjoyable to listen to. Kid Cadaver will perform at The Satellite March 9.
(Courtesy of Caleb White)

SnowLA Shavery in Koreatown features shaved snow using a milk base rather than a water base. Customers can customize their dessert by selecting a snow flavor and hand-selected toppings. The treats are priced at $0.51 per ounce.
(Alyssa Dorn/Daily Bruin)
SnowLA Shavery in Koreatown features shaved snow using a milk base rather than a water base. Customers can customize their dessert by selecting a snow flavor and hand-selected toppings. The treats are priced at $0.51 per ounce.
(Alyssa Dorn/Daily Bruin)

When sporting simple and versatile pieces of clothing, fourth-year linguistics and psychology student Kelly Kohler wears statement pieces like her boho-chic inspired black wide-brimmed hat. (Aubrey Yeo/Daily Bruin senior staff)
When sporting simple and versatile pieces of clothing, fourth-year linguistics and psychology student Kelly Kohler wears statement pieces like her boho-chic inspired black wide-brimmed hat. (Aubrey Yeo/Daily Bruin senior staff)


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