Bruin Bash launched students into another dimension following a year of navigating rocky terrain.
Turf-covered tennis courts served as the dance floor for the annual event with the Los Angeles Tennis Center’s scoreboard transformed into a space-themed display.
Noah Kahan is stepping back into the light.
Set to release his sophomore album Friday, the indie artist said his record reckons with his identity after the COVID-19 pandemic’s forced slowdown.
This post was updated Sept. 14 at 6:49 p.m.
Bruin Bash is adding stars to the soundtrack of an otherworldly campus welcome.
Three days after space-themed Instagram posts popped up on the accounts of UCLA Campus Events Commission and Cultural Affairs Commission, Bruin Bash has announced headliner Rico Nasty, preceded by Tkay Maidza and Yung Baby Tate, will open the returning musical student tradition.
Bluestone Lane is bringing Melbourne’s coffee culture to Westwood’s streets.
The Australian-inspired chain opened its newest addition to its seven Los Angeles locations on Sept. 2.
Los Angeles State Historic Park’s story is expanding beyond its 32 acres.
Presented by the Center Theatre Group in association with the UCLA School of Theater, Film and Television, 32 Acres is an immersive sound experience at the LA State Historic Park running until Sept.
Working together like pieces on a chessboard, the soundtrack of “The Queen’s Gambit” is a resounding checkmate.
Sound rerecording mixer, sound editor and alumnus Eric Hoehn received nominations for both Outstanding Sound Editing and Sound Mixing for a Limited or Anthology Series, Movie or Special for his work on the show’s finale, “End Game.” The limited series follows chess player Beth Harmon (Anya Taylor-Joy) as she ascends into chess stardom and follows a winding road to personal growth, with the final episode portraying the emotional peak of both journeys.
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.
Armed with an electric guitar and a legacy of rock ‘n’ roll, Dina Dove is taking flight.
Dove, whose name is Ruth Buergenthal, is a second-year music history and industry student who will bring together rock music and catchy melodies with her electric guitar in this year’s Spring Sing.
This post was updated May 2 at 10:44 p.m.
New research is building a recipe for uniting the senses.
As a new addition to the Herb Alpert School of Music, the Practice-Based Experimental Epistemology Research Lab explores the realm of creative practice through an experiential and experimental lens.
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