As students are being released from their academic demands, artists are also gearing up to release several new albums set to hit airwaves this season. So while switching out closets with fresh summer clothes, it’s also the perfect time to trade in pop hits from the spring – like Lady Gaga’s “Chromatica” – for some sunny new tracks.
The “Global Jazz: Ongoing Conversations” summer intensive is taking tactile education and musical performance online.
The weeklong program for high school students, which begins Monday, will be taught online by graduates of UCLA’s Herbie Hancock Institute of Jazz Performance as well as campus faculty.
For Osman Khan, flying carpets are no longer a figment of the imagination.
The alumnus and current director of the University of Michigan’s Master of Fine Arts program received a Guggenheim Fellowship in the field of study of fine arts this year.
The name of Paul Cornish’s jazz quintet has taken on a whole new meaning with current restrictions on public gatherings.
The graduate student at the Herbie Hancock Institute of Jazz Performance at UCLA plays the jazz piano with his personal quintet, Banned, which has recently begun to sonically explore liberation in the form of removing self-inflicted constraints.
“Map of the Soul: 7” charts the varied cartography of BTS – from its dipping potential and misfires to its sonic diversity and deliberation.
On Friday, BTS released its seventh album, establishing a basis for career reflection in both lyrics and sound.
Tame Impala wields the power of time travel in its newest release.
The Australian music project is a part of a specific subset of alternative artists that occupied a “golden age” in the mid-2010s.
Marion Moseley said she had many creative mouths to feed on set. One of which happened to be a bloodthirsty drag queen.
“Snatched,” Moseley’s short film, was initially written for a screenwriting class at UCLA, and it was filmed last weekend as her submission for the Campus Movie Festival, which will take place Thursday.
Hayden Montgomery said her cat’s day consists of more than just sleeping at home.
Instead, Charlie brings people together in the Westwood neighborhood he roams.
Recently, the cat has begun to wander throughout his community during the day, lounging on couches and playing with pets living in homes nearby, Montgomery said.
Le’Airra Bullingor said she wants the word “HoneyBun” inscribed on her grave.
Bullingor, who started online beauty store HoneyBun Cosmetics, which began providing mink lashes, lip glosses and glittery pins in July, said she wants to continue spearheading her company well after graduating college.
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