Mexican American artist Omar Apollo sold out the Greek Theatre in his lone Los Angeles show during his “Prototype” tour. Backed by strobe lights, Apollo performed a variety of his discography, with a majority of songs coming from his “Ivory” album.
This post was updated July 17 at 10:41 p.m.
The crawdads are certainly not singing now.
In one fell swoop, the namesake movie adaptation of Delia Owens’ book “Where the Crawdads Sing” crumples the mystery novel into a lukewarm film, fumbling to translate a gritty tale of survival and endurance onto the silver screen.
Daily Bruin Photo staffers reflect on some of the most memorable moments this year from behind their viewfinders.
One larger-than-life insect is taking over a college campus.
The insect in question is Grasshopper, a novice superhero at the center of fourth-year mathematics of computation student Rohan Bansal’s short film “The Grasshopper.” Produced by the Film & Photography Society, the film follows the story of a civilian vigilante, who is a college student by day but a superhero-in-training by night, Bansal said.
North Carolina indie rock band Rainbow Kitten Surprise stopped by the House of Blues Anaheim on the North American leg of its tour. Featuring opening act 99 Neighbors, Rainbow Kitten Surprise performed a variety of tracks from its three-album discography, backed by spotlights that dazzled in rainbow colors.
This post was updated May 30 at 8:27 p.m.
Hawkins is only getting stranger from here.
Premiering Friday, the first volume of the fourth season of “Stranger Things” picks up several months after the third season’s Battle of Starcourt – this time with the supernatural force-fighting entourage split between California and Indiana.
This post was updated May 8 at 8:43 p.m.
The answer to “What’s poppin’?” is not Jack Harlow’s latest album.
Sitting at 45 minutes, the Kentucky rapper’s sophomore album, “Come Home The Kids Miss You,” boasts a hearty 15 tracks with features from some of hip-hop’s most illustrious titans, including Drake and Lil Wayne.
For those trekking into the desert for Coachella, a food oasis awaits.
With sets lined up from noon to midnight, the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival knows how to keep attendees well-fed and hydrated throughout the day.
This post was updated April 25 at 12:30 a.m.
For two weekends in April, Indio’s desert blooms with color.
While the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival is primarily known for its music, the scene would not be complete without the large-scale installations dotting the Empire Polo Club’s field.
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