Friday, May 24


Jason Tapia and the rest of his band, Morrownow, pass out the band's EP in front of Amoeba Music in Hollywood in an attempt to market their music.

UCLA bands struggle to distribute their music

Standing outside Amoeba Music in Hollywood one day, third-year political science student Jason Tapia witnessed the cynicism of music consumerism. Read more...

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Jason Tapia and the rest of his band, Morrownow, pass out the band's EP in front of Amoeba Music in Hollywood in an attempt to market their music.

Jason Tapia and the rest of his band, Morrownow, pass out the band's EP in front of Amoeba Music in Hollywood in an attempt to market their music.


Young the Giant performed at the Roxy Theatre in Hollywood on Saturday. The band played at Kerckhoff Grand Salon in November of last year.

Best in Shows

In high school, I never really attended concerts, with the exception of the Warped Tour every June so I could get my punk music fix. Read more...

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Young the Giant performed at the Roxy Theatre in Hollywood on Saturday. The band played at Kerckhoff Grand Salon in November of last year.

Young the Giant performed at the Roxy Theatre in Hollywood on Saturday. The band played at Kerckhoff Grand Salon in November of last year.

Emmanuel Aguilar-Posada

Plugged In

Every week, Daily Bruin A&E roams the campus in search of students wearing headphones to take a pulse of the current musical trends. Read more...

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Emmanuel Aguilar-Posada

Emmanuel Aguilar-Posada

Fourth-year linguistics and philosophy student Taylor Inouye has a collection of about 60 or 70 records. Inouye was initiated into the vinyl culture when his brother bought him a record player for a high school graduation gift.

Vinyl records are regaining popularity in different genres and a new generation

Long Story Short: Old-school vinyl records aren’t going out of style

These days, we expect all our newfangled gadgets to multi-task. But some students prefer old-school technology, and they're not alone "“ USA Today reports that the fastest-selling music format last year was records. Daily Bruin Film and TV Editor Alex Goodman finds out that there are lots of things you can do with vinyl. [2:32]

"Long Story Short: Old-school vinyl records aren’t going out of style"

Chris Walker began collecting the Pink Floyd discography on vinyl when he was a freshman in high school. Read more...

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Fourth-year linguistics and philosophy student Taylor Inouye has a collection of about 60 or 70 records. Inouye was initiated into the vinyl culture when his brother bought him a record player for a high school graduation gift.

Fourth-year linguistics and philosophy student Taylor Inouye has a collection of about 60 or 70 records. Inouye was initiated into the vinyl culture when his brother bought him a record player for a high school graduation gift.



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