Four red and blue exuberant figures make up the cover for 5 Seconds of Summer’s fifth studio album. The pop-rock group released “5SOS5” Friday. (Courtesy of BMG Rights Management)
5 Seconds of Summer’s latest album is putting listeners through an emotional blender.
Two years since their last album release, 5 Seconds of Summer have returned with their fifth studio album “5SOS5.” Composed of members Luke Hemmings, Calum Hood, Michael Clifford and Ashton Irwin, the Australian pop-rock band celebrated their 10-year anniversary in December 2021.
Antonio Lysy is translating Bach’s musical phrases to unconventional stages.
On Sept. 23 in the Franklin D. Murphy Sculpture Garden, the cello professor and string area chair will perform Johann Sebastian Bach’s six cello suites inside artist Richard Serra’s sculpture, “Torqued Ellipse,” in an event titled “Bach In the Serra.” Lysy said the main inspiration for playing the suites, an ordered set of classical works, in “Torqued Ellipse” was to experiment with the unique acoustics in the enclosed space the sculpture offers.
This post was updated Sept. 21 at 9:30 p.m.
Audiences flew to new heights at Bruin Bash 2022.
Welcoming students back to campus, the annual concert returned to the Los Angeles Tennis Center on Monday for the second year in a row.
As she once did in 1995, Alanis Morissette has audiences falling head over feet for “Jagged Little Pill.”
The jukebox musical composed of the ’90s icon’s album of the same name is running at the Hollywood Pantages Theatre until Oct.
A new party app is popping into UCLA.
Co-founded by second-year computer science student Tejes Srivalsan, Poppin – a social app aimed to provide a safe party experience for students – is now available to download on the App Store.
As artistic and scientific practices merge, so can human explorations of outer space and the deep sea.
Dedicated to the synthesis of art and science, the UCLA Art|Sci Center will host “[Alien] Star Dust meets Plankton,” an interactive event at UCLA on Sept.
UCLA Housing is building a home for Bruins on TikTok.
The university organization, which informs students about housing-related news, has been expanding its reach through its various social media platforms.
Summer may be over, but camp is forever.
Set to release Sept. 24, “Teleolakegical” is a play written by second-year theater student Tyler Neufeld about a young, atheist transgender man who attends a Christian summer camp without revealing his gender identity and lacking belief in religion.
When it comes to visual effects, Ethan Nahlinder is inventing his own.
The second-year mechanical engineering student said the visual effects in the ending of Steven Spielberg’s “Indiana Jones and the Raiders of the Lost Ark” were his first filmmaking inspiration.
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