Sunday, October 20

(Courtesy of Mega Collider Records)
(Courtesy of Mega Collider Records)

The Center for the Art of Performance at UCLA's newest production, "THE DAY," opens at Royce Hall on Friday and stars Maya Beiser on the cello and Wendy Whelan as the dancer. The music, composed by David Lang, was inspired by the aftermath of Sept. 11 and explores the journey of life and death. (Courtesy of Hayim Heron/Jacob's Pillow)
The Center for the Art of Performance at UCLA's newest production, "THE DAY," opens at Royce Hall on Friday and stars Maya Beiser on the cello and Wendy Whelan as the dancer. The music, composed by David Lang, was inspired by the aftermath of Sept. 11 and explores the journey of life and death. (Courtesy of Hayim Heron/Jacob's Pillow)

The music group “Social Art Project,” which includes alumna violinist Jennifer Cho, fourth-year financial actuarial mathematics student Alena Abella and singer and guitarist Matthew Gilbert, a fourth-year musicology student, uses a rotating cast to make its performances feel authentic. (Liz Ketcham/Photo editor)
The music group “Social Art Project,” which includes alumna violinist Jennifer Cho, fourth-year financial actuarial mathematics student Alena Abella and singer and guitarist Matthew Gilbert, a fourth-year musicology student, uses a rotating cast to make its performances feel authentic. (Liz Ketcham/Photo editor)

Sara Tariq, a Texas native, began her entertainment career on an MTV reality show, but she is now living in Los Angeles as an up-and-coming DJ with credits as a writer under her belt. She’s written for magazines such as Billboard, Complex and Vibe. (Courtesy of Sara Tariq)
Sara Tariq, a Texas native, began her entertainment career on an MTV reality show, but she is now living in Los Angeles as an up-and-coming DJ with credits as a writer under her belt. She’s written for magazines such as Billboard, Complex and Vibe. (Courtesy of Sara Tariq)

English singer-songwriter dodie concluded her “Human Tour” at the Hollywood Palladium on Friday night, where she pulled from her full discography. (Sim Beauchamp/Daily Bruin)
English singer-songwriter dodie concluded her “Human Tour” at the Hollywood Palladium on Friday night, where she pulled from her full discography. (Sim Beauchamp/Daily Bruin)

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Album review: ‘FANDOM’ creates diverse sounds to show true nature of rising fame

Waterparks – self proclaimed as “God’s favorite boyband” – is back again with an explosive new release. Following a record label switch and the purposeful deletion of its nearly released album “Friendly Reminder,” Waterparks has arrived at its newest sonically variant and lyrically groundbreaking destination with “FANDOM.” Each track is connected by tactfully smooth transitions that come together to create an album that tells the harrowing story of a band rising to stardom. Read more...

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Awsten Knight, lead singer of Waterparks, said color and imagery is just as important as music when it comes to an album release. His synesthesia connects sounds and songs with colors, which helps him design each release, he said. (Ashley Kenney/Daily Bruin)
Awsten Knight, lead singer of Waterparks, said color and imagery is just as important as music when it comes to an album release. His synesthesia connects sounds and songs with colors, which helps him design each release, he said. (Ashley Kenney/Daily Bruin)


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