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Alternative-rock band The Strokes performed in Los Angeles for the first time since 2011 on Sunday, the last day of FYF Fest. The two-day music festival, in its 11th year, was held at the L.A. Sports Arena and Exposition Park. (Brandon Choe/Daily Bruin senior staff)

As thousands of music fans muscled their way into Exposition Park on Sunday, one thing was clear: FYF Fest was making moves. Abandoning comedy sets for the first time and instead investing in more variety and star power than ever before, the traditionally indie music festival set a firm foot forward into the direction of its distant cousins, Coachella and Outside Lands. More »

JazzPOP concert series will conclude on Thursday with a performance by The Jeff Gauthier Goatette at the Hammer Museum. The group, formed in the late 1970s by Jeff Gauthier, will play music from past albums, improvisational work and a newly arranged piece by Gauthier. 

(Courtesy of Jeff Gauthier)

On Thursday, more than 30 years of musical collaboration will reverberate off the walls of the Hammer Museum. In addition to an esoteric musical style that crosses various genres, what really sets The Jeff Gauthier Goatette apart from other bands at the Hammer Museum’s summer JazzPOP series is its long history. More »

(Angie Wang/Daily Bruin senior staff)

Iggy Azalea (above), Rita Ora and Magic! performed at "Pandora Summer Crush" at the Santa Monica Pier on Saturday night.

Set against the peaceful waves of the Pacific Ocean, the Santa Monica Pier bustled heavily with tourists and locals alike on Saturday evening. As the sun began to set, a crowd patiently waited for Magic!, Rita Ora and Iggy Azalea in Pandora’s “Pandora Summer Crush,” in front of the iconic yellow Ferris wheel. More »

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