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Credit: Nathan Mih New Year’s Eve in Southern California always presents a bevy of options to choose from for your countdown festivities, from club parties to classy outings and everything in between. Insomniac’s aptly named Countdown is the spiritual successor to the company’s previous New Year’s electronic events: Together As One (which was revived this […]

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It’s not often you can say you watched a live performance from the Queen of Country Music, it’s even more of a rarity to say this country royalty is Japanese. You might be asking yourself: “Wait, queen of what country… country music?” But the confusion dissipates with each introduction; from sight to sound one starts […]

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Rain fell heavily on the roof of the Ché Café. Girls with bangs and septum piercings filled the small, wooden room as the aroma of incense with a hint of cinnamon drifted around the space. The rain poured outside. Dreamlike patterns of reflected puddles danced across the foggy windows. Girlpool, Cleo Tucker and Harmony Tividad, […]

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Weeknights are usually a dull affair on campus, but Anderson .Paak changed that when he appeared at The Loft this past Thursday. The California native has been on the rise, appearing on Dr. Dre’s album Compton as well as The Game’s double album, The Documentary 2. The multi-talented artist brought his eclectic blend of hip-hop, […]

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TRAMPS Like Us // Rave Review

Tramps Like Us is/was a electronic dance marathon. The 7 hour event started at 9pm last Friday and ended at 4am that Saturday morning. This non-stop dance party was not for the faint of heart, with heavy hitter Wax Motif as the opening act, majority of attendees came early, a rarity at raves. Tramps Like […]

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Providing a thoroughly relaxing atmosphere with an impressive lineup from start to finish, Desert Daze was surely an event for those wanting a music festival that offered attendees chances to hear great music without having to give up any chance to kick back and rest. Camping on the festival grounds provided guests with an easy […]

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CRSSD Review

The recently re-designed Waterfront Park in San Diego was the venue for this year’s first ever CRSSD Fest, a two-day event featuring dance, electronic, and underground music. The 21-and-up festival was a fresh, much-needed surprise for San Diego’s tame concert scene.  Both San Diego’s ideal location and weather amplified the CRSSD Fest experience. Its sunny […]

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