Sunday, July 21

Left to right: ethnomusicology alumnus Jake Jamieson, third-year student Julian Le and second-year student Owen Clapp make up the Le J Trio. (Courtesy of Austin Quan)

UCLA-based trio jazzes up hip-hop

The Le J Trio plays a smooth blend of contemporary jazz, fusion and hip-hop "“ and just as a team might celebrate a game well-played, the trio celebrates a show with a taco tradition. Read more...

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Left to right: ethnomusicology alumnus Jake Jamieson, third-year student Julian Le and second-year student Owen Clapp make up the Le J Trio. (Courtesy of Austin Quan)

Left to right: ethnomusicology alumnus Jake Jamieson, third-year student Julian Le and second-year student Owen Clapp make up the Le J Trio. (Courtesy of Austin Quan)

COLUMBIA RECORDS

Album Review: "21"

Songs about the ups and downs of love accelerate Adele up to the top of music charts in her newest album "21"

February 22, 2011 – British pop vocalist Adele releases her second album “21,” with influences from the blues and gospel, along with her distinct and powerful vocals. Reporter Wan Wong says the record has its ups and downs.


Read another perspective on “21” here.

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"Songs about the ups and downs of love accelerate Adele up to the top of music charts in her newest album "21""

We always knew she had the voice. Read more...

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COLUMBIA RECORDS

COLUMBIA RECORDS



Second-year ethnomusicology student Owen Clapp (left) and fourth-year anthropology student Joshua Halpern (right) play in the alternative rock band Pangolin, along with fourth-year anthropology student Kevin Farzad, Reuben Moss and B. Willing James, Halpern's older brother. The band will open for Dawes today at 7 p.m. in Royce Hall.

Alternative rock band Pangolin to play in Royce Hall tonight as part of UCLA Arts Party

Enter "pangolin" into Google and you would find a definition of a scaly anteater native to Africa and Asia. But Pangolin is also the name of the UCLA-based alternative rock band which is opening for rock band Dawes at Royce Hall today at 7 p.m. as a part of the UCLA Arts Party. Read more...

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Second-year ethnomusicology student Owen Clapp (left) and fourth-year anthropology student Joshua Halpern (right) play in the alternative rock band Pangolin, along with fourth-year anthropology student Kevin Farzad, Reuben Moss and B. Willing James, Halpern's older brother. The band will open for Dawes today at 7 p.m. in Royce Hall.

Second-year ethnomusicology student Owen Clapp (left) and fourth-year anthropology student Joshua Halpern (right) play in the alternative rock band Pangolin, along with fourth-year anthropology student Kevin Farzad, Reuben Moss and B. Willing James, Halpern's older brother. The band will open for Dawes today at 7 p.m. in Royce Hall.


The Bricks is a music group comprised of eight students, formed by the L.A. County Human Relations Commission and the nonprofit group Oneness.
(Courtesy: Fidel Rodriguez)

Multicultural band The Bricks highlights conscious music to send message of tolerance

"This land is your land. This land is my land." They're 70-year-old lyrics, but their message of equality has been reintroduced in "This Land," the debut single by the social awareness band, The Bricks. Read more...

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The Bricks is a music group comprised of eight students, formed by the L.A. County Human Relations Commission and the nonprofit group Oneness.
(Courtesy: Fidel Rodriguez)

The Bricks is a music group comprised of eight students, formed by the L.A. County Human Relations Commission and the nonprofit group Oneness.
(Courtesy: Fidel Rodriguez)


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