Sunday, November 17

Pump up the volume

Pump up the volume Credited with breaking bands from the Bangles to the Offspring, 106.7 KROQ is perhaps the most influential station in the nation.Is this radio station really the powerhouse it’s said to be? Read more...



Simply ‘Red’

Simply ‘Red’ Jacob contributes personal color to new foreign film By Lael Loewenstein Daily Bruin Staff Irène Jacob is sitting on the couch in her suite in the Westwood Marquis. Read more...


‘Red’ traces relationship at relaxed French pace

‘Red’ traces relationship at relaxed French pace Third Kieslowski installment presents fascinating, haunting view of fraternity By Lael Loewenstein Daily Bruin Staff The third installment in Krzysztof Kieslowski’s Three Colors Trilogy, Red is a fascinating, at times hauntingly beautiful film. Read more...


Surveying the state of alternative rock

Surveying the state of alternative rock What’s that Noise? Michael Tatum Tim Riley points out in Tell Me Why, his excellent examination of the music of the Beatles, that a new generation of rockers emerges every seven years: the glam rockers of 1970-71, the punks of 1977-78, the indie label post-punks of 1984-85. Read more...


Black 47′s Irish rock is no sham

Black 47′s Irish rock is no sham By Michael Horowitz Daily Bruin Senior Staff There’s a compelling duality to the Irish rock group Black 47. Its songs can shift from hilarious doses of mischief to powerful tales of tragedy in a heartbeat. Read more...


Diverse a cappella group visits UCLA

Diverse a cappella group visits UCLA Chanticleer brings unique choral style to the Wadsworth By John Mangum Long gone are the days when performances of Bach and Handel needed choruses larger than the Russian army. Read more...