Allie Schulz has found strength in her gentle sound.
After first gaining musical experience through musical theater, the fourth-year ethnomusicology student said her extended play, “Flash Fiction,” released Friday on Bandcamp, is her first time releasing self-produced music.
For Jocelyn Gonzalez, pearls are a girl’s best friend.
Through Instagram and Depop, the first-year architectural studies student sells assorted jewelry for her business, Jewels by Jocy.
New releases are brightening up the sonic landscape this spring.
Alongside the birds, musicians are raising their voices and putting forth their newest projects into the world.
For Sydney Flamm, kindness is one stitch away.
After learning to crochet and knit through school clubs and YouTube tutorials, the third-year sociology student said she decided to open her own business, Syd’s Knits.
Cheyenne Faulkner is taking life one bead at a time.
After sharing her beadwork on social media, the second-year microbiology, immunology and molecular genetics student said she transitioned from having an Etsy shop – her original means of selling items – to managing her own business, Beads By Chey Designs.
SOUNDWALK: UCLA Campus is scoring serenity.
Created by composer and sound designer Ellen Reid, Ellen Reid SOUNDWALK uses GPS services through an app to soundtrack user experiences based on location.
As the weather cools, musicians are channeling summer’s waning energy into crisp autumn releases. Whether it’s reflecting on romantic memories, mixing beloved genres or employing sentimental production, up-and-coming artists have their tracks tailored for a cozy fall playlist.
This post was updated Sept. 19 at 11:32 p.m.
Mariachi de Uclatlán are coming back into tune.
After more than a year of online practice, band director Jesús “Chuy” Guzmán said he’s hopeful to start in-person learning with his student ensemble, which focuses on traditional Mexican music.
This post was updated July 11 at 10:08 a.m.
As rising temperatures melt away winter stagnation, up-and-coming artists are on fire. Summer is the season of vibrance, and sunny days are accompanied by new musicians who will grow even brighter, evading a later autumnal fade.
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