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Professor Blausteins astic dogma

Sunday, April 7, 1996 By Rodney Tanaka Daily Bruin Senior Staff Funky little dogs. UCLA professor Joseph Blaustein began incorporating funky little dogs in his paintings during the last few years. Read more...


Rapper busts out of behind-the-scenes role

Sunday, April 7, 1996 After work on TLC, Public Enemy albums, Busta Rhymes has own releaseBy Meredith Ransburg Daily Bruin Contributor For rapper Busta Rhymes, hip hop is not just music ­ it’s a lifestyle, a culture. Read more...


Chili Peppers deliver one hot performance

Sunday, April 7, 1996 Sold-out show’s playlist focuses on material from band’s latest albumBy Sona Stepanian Daily Bruin Contributor The Forum rocked and grooved to the rhythms of the Red Hot Chili Peppers last Thursday night as the band played a sold out show for thousands of enthusiastic fans. Read more...


Friday brings new meaning to eclectic

Monday, April 8, 1996 Artist and his latest album ‘Shag Tobacco’ defy any definitionBy Vanessa VanderZanden Daily Bruin Contributor Having fronted a ground-breaking punk band, opened two bizarre after-hours clubs, and constructed two movie soundtracks, it should be to no one’s surprise that Gavin Friday doesn’t make music that fits into any one category. Read more...



Industrial music pioneer Skrew still not a household name

Friday, April 5, 1996 Band leader Grossman insists performance, not popularity is main concern success not a major concern for group By John Sabatini Daily Bruin Contributor While Ministry and Nine Inch Nails have made industrial music a household phrase over the past few years, Skrew, one of industrial’s founding fathers, has gone largely unnoticed. Read more...