Wednesday, July 17

(Courtesy of Atlantic Records UK)
(Courtesy of Atlantic Records UK)

Incoming fourth-year design media arts student Dillon Bastan creates art that typically incorporates music from synthesizers and sounds from the spaces around him, such as gadgets creating repetitive noises or a metal can being kicked by audience members. He said his work appears simple, as he does not add extra embellishments, instead focusing on the sounds he creates. 
(Axel Lopez/Daily Bruin senior staff)
Incoming fourth-year design media arts student Dillon Bastan creates art that typically incorporates music from synthesizers and sounds from the spaces around him, such as gadgets creating repetitive noises or a metal can being kicked by audience members. He said his work appears simple, as he does not add extra embellishments, instead focusing on the sounds he creates. 
(Axel Lopez/Daily Bruin senior staff)

Collaborative instructor Archie Saquilabon and dance instructor Brittnie Aguilar both aided in PNG x Body Rock: Dance Camp 2019, an event held over the weekend that aimed to balance nurturing individual style and group synchronization in beginner-level dancers. 
(Amy Dixon/Daily Bruin senior staff)
Collaborative instructor Archie Saquilabon and dance instructor Brittnie Aguilar both aided in PNG x Body Rock: Dance Camp 2019, an event held over the weekend that aimed to balance nurturing individual style and group synchronization in beginner-level dancers. 
(Amy Dixon/Daily Bruin senior staff)

Lorenzo Rangel-Santos auditioned for “So You Think You Can Dance” three times before making it to the academy round of the current season. Practicing ballet and modern styles, he said, increased his flexibility which helped prepare him for free styling portions of the show and helped to keep his dance moves from looking too stiff,  which he had received critiques on in the past, he said. (Anirudh Keni/Daily Bruin)
Lorenzo Rangel-Santos auditioned for “So You Think You Can Dance” three times before making it to the academy round of the current season. Practicing ballet and modern styles, he said, increased his flexibility which helped prepare him for free styling portions of the show and helped to keep his dance moves from looking too stiff,  which he had received critiques on in the past, he said. (Anirudh Keni/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)

Emma Boone, a second-year music education student, will tour the United States with Blue Devils Drum and Bugle Corps in the summer. The group incorporates theatricality into its performances with choreography that implements ballet influences, she said. (Lauren Man/Daily Bruin)
Emma Boone, a second-year music education student, will tour the United States with Blue Devils Drum and Bugle Corps in the summer. The group incorporates theatricality into its performances with choreography that implements ballet influences, she said. (Lauren Man/Daily Bruin)

Spencer Spring, a second-year English student makes music on his laptop in his own room. His single, “Bubblegum Boy” follows the experience of being lovestruck when being attracted to someone new. (Joe Akira/Daily Bruin staff)
Spencer Spring, a second-year English student makes music on his laptop in his own room. His single, “Bubblegum Boy” follows the experience of being lovestruck when being attracted to someone new. (Joe Akira/Daily Bruin staff)


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