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Whether it’s a rhythm for the rain or sun, Bruins will have plenty of tunes to keep them company under their umbrellas. With upcoming releases home to haunting atmospheres and flying sparks, this season’s album forecast has temperatures ranging from ice cold to steamy.
Becca Marcelo started creating music to sing what she couldn’t say.
Justeen Rebecca Marcelo, whose stage name is becca !, said she has been exploring her passion for music and writing songs since she was 13.
Angel Blue is returning to UCLA to help opera students hit the high note.
The Grammy Award-winning opera singer and alumnus will be performing at Schoenberg Hall on Monday, accompanied by pianist Bryan Wagorn of the Metropolitan Opera.
Weyes Blood is assuring listeners they are not alone in feeling alone.
Three years after “Titanic Rising” was released, the artist – whose real name is Natalie Mering – dropped her newest album, “And in the Darkness, Hearts Aglow” on Friday.
Despite being the cornerstone of the music industry for generations, teenage girls continue to be demeaned for their listening choices.
Defined as “a girl or woman who is an extremely or overly enthusiastic fan of someone or something,” the term “fangirl” has spread across multiple forms of media, such as movies, television shows, books and most notoriously, music.
ella jane is writing in the margins of her own story.
The indie-pop singer released her sophomore project “Marginalia” in late October – a year after she dropped “THIS IS NOT WHAT IT LOOKS LIKE!” in 2021.
Female artists are too often tied down by invisible strings in the music industry.
Released Oct. 21, Taylor Swift’s newest album, “Midnights,” is a nostalgic reflection on some of the most memorable moments from her life.
This post was updated Nov. 8 at 12:39 p.m.
Professor Huib Schippers is traveling through the sonorities of time.
On Monday, the UC Regents’ Professor of ethnomusicology will present the lecture “Sound Futures: Why Some Music Practices Thrive, Many Struggle, and Others Disappear.” Hosted by the Herb Alpert School of Music, the lecture will dive into the cultural patterns of music and its reception by societies and communities around the world and across time.
Whether it be albums or singles, established artists are taking bold steps back into the spotlight. Read on for the Daily Bruin’s recap of the past week’s newest musical entries in this week’s “New Music Roundup.”
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