Thursday, April 19

General admission tickets for students to attends this year's Spring Sing will cost a quarter of last year's ticket prices. The cut in price is a part of SAA's efforts to make Spring Sing a more inclusive and accessible experience for all students. (Daily Bruin file photo)
General admission tickets for students to attends this year's Spring Sing will cost a quarter of last year's ticket prices. The cut in price is a part of SAA's efforts to make Spring Sing a more inclusive and accessible experience for all students. (Daily Bruin file photo)

Mike Hadreas, performing under his stage name Perfume Genius, lit up The Mayan theater stage Thursday night with his dreamy and eclectic performances of songs like "Otherside" and "Queen." (Mia Kayser/Daily Bruin)

Concert review: Perfume Genius at The Mayan

Perfume Genius should have sprayed some of his namesake in the cigarette-scented The Mayan theater on Thursday night. The smell of tobacco and vape products permeated the air of the Downtown Los Angeles nightclub as Mike Hadreas, under his stage name Perfume Genius, serenaded the audience with a set of dulcet and fairytale-esque tunes. Read more...

Mike Hadreas, performing under his stage name Perfume Genius, lit up The Mayan theater stage Thursday night with his dreamy and eclectic performances of songs like "Otherside" and "Queen." (Mia Kayser/Daily Bruin)

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Ethnomusicology professor I Nyoman Wenten dances as the students of his advanced Music of Bali Ensemble class play their various percussion instruments. Students in the ensemble play cycles of energetic tunes to strong drum beats. (Alex Del Rosario/Daily Bruin)
Ethnomusicology professor I Nyoman Wenten dances as the students of his advanced Music of Bali Ensemble class play their various percussion instruments. Students in the ensemble play cycles of energetic tunes to strong drum beats. (Alex Del Rosario/Daily Bruin)

(Courtesy of Liberator Music)

Album review: ‘Golden’

Lady Gaga and Kesha aren’t the only pop singers adding a little country-influenced twang to their tunes. Australian pop singer Kylie Minogue’s latest studio album “Golden” came out Friday and features the synth-pop sound that brought Minogue to fame back in the ’90s, while also throwing in some folksy instrumentals. Read more...

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Kirigami, a recreational dance group from UCLA, aims to give members a sense of community through Japanese pop songs and cosplay. A subgroup of UCLA’s Japanese Animation Club, Kirigami will dance to a variety of Japanese pop and vocaloid songs Friday for Geek Week at Carnesale Commons. (Ken Shin/Daily Bruin staff)
Kirigami, a recreational dance group from UCLA, aims to give members a sense of community through Japanese pop songs and cosplay. A subgroup of UCLA’s Japanese Animation Club, Kirigami will dance to a variety of Japanese pop and vocaloid songs Friday for Geek Week at Carnesale Commons. (Ken Shin/Daily Bruin staff)

Students in the UCLA Klezmer Music Ensemble play a traditional form of Eastern European Jewish folk music. Klezmer became a part of American-Jewish life in the 1970s and 1980s as a way for baby boomers to find their own form of folk music. (Edward Figueroa/Daily Bruin)
Students in the UCLA Klezmer Music Ensemble play a traditional form of Eastern European Jewish folk music. Klezmer became a part of American-Jewish life in the 1970s and 1980s as a way for baby boomers to find their own form of folk music. (Edward Figueroa/Daily Bruin)


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