Friday, November 15

Fourth-year neuroscience student Subi Umakanth makes somber music inspired by fictional storylines that take place in her own dreams. In one of her upcoming singles, “Tim,” she said she follows a seven-year-old boy named Tim and takes place in a natural forest environment. Through her emotional lyrics, Umakanth said she hopes to intrigue listeners through the empathy they feel listening to her music. (Ashley Kenney/Daily Bruin)
Fourth-year neuroscience student Subi Umakanth makes somber music inspired by fictional storylines that take place in her own dreams. In one of her upcoming singles, “Tim,” she said she follows a seven-year-old boy named Tim and takes place in a natural forest environment. Through her emotional lyrics, Umakanth said she hopes to intrigue listeners through the empathy they feel listening to her music. (Ashley Kenney/Daily Bruin)

Hayden Everett, a third-year ethnomusicology student, put years of work into his self-titled debut EP. Everett said his music journey has taken him from the stairwells and hallways of his dorm to recording studios in Brooklyn, New York – but initially he used a Kickstarter campaign to fund the project. (Ashley Kenney/Daily Bruin)
Hayden Everett, a third-year ethnomusicology student, put years of work into his self-titled debut EP. Everett said his music journey has taken him from the stairwells and hallways of his dorm to recording studios in Brooklyn, New York – but initially he used a Kickstarter campaign to fund the project. (Ashley Kenney/Daily Bruin)

Tyler Joseph and Josh Dun of Twenty One Pilots took the stage at the Staples Center as a part of their "The Bandito Tour" on Friday night. Emerging in a black ski mask, Joseph finally revealed his face during the band's performance of "Heavydirtysoul." (Amy Dixon/Daily Bruin senior staff)
Tyler Joseph and Josh Dun of Twenty One Pilots took the stage at the Staples Center as a part of their "The Bandito Tour" on Friday night. Emerging in a black ski mask, Joseph finally revealed his face during the band's performance of "Heavydirtysoul." (Amy Dixon/Daily Bruin senior staff)

(Courtesy of Sarah A. Friedman)
(Courtesy of Sarah A. Friedman)

German singer Kim Petras continued her “The Clarity Tour” at the Shrine Auditorium & Expo Hall on Wednesday night. The singer began her show, which was split into five sections, illuminated by a bright white light. (Lauren Man/Daily Bruin)
German singer Kim Petras continued her “The Clarity Tour” at the Shrine Auditorium & Expo Hall on Wednesday night. The singer began her show, which was split into five sections, illuminated by a bright white light. (Lauren Man/Daily Bruin)

German singer Kim Petras will continue her "The Clarity Tour" at Shrine Expo Hall on Wednesday Night. She said in honor of Halloween, she will perform a spookier version of her show. (Courtesy of Clare Gillen and Alexandre Moors)
German singer Kim Petras will continue her "The Clarity Tour" at Shrine Expo Hall on Wednesday Night. She said in honor of Halloween, she will perform a spookier version of her show. (Courtesy of Clare Gillen and Alexandre Moors)

Musical works by Sephardic oudist Louis Matalon (left) and Lebanese singer Evelyn Maroon (right), will be in Ian Nagoski’s  “Historic Recordings from the Ottoman Diaspora: Music & Migration” at the UCLA Herb Alpert School of Music. (Courtesy of Marjorie Collins/Library of Congress)
Musical works by Sephardic oudist Louis Matalon (left) and Lebanese singer Evelyn Maroon (right), will be in Ian Nagoski’s  “Historic Recordings from the Ottoman Diaspora: Music & Migration” at the UCLA Herb Alpert School of Music. (Courtesy of Marjorie Collins/Library of Congress)


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