music

Don Mariachi rehearses with pride

With a one..one..two tap of the conductors foot, the Don Mariachi musicians played their hearts out to classic Mexican melodies

Tropicaza bringing the underground house scene to Santa Ana

By day, Oscar Osorio is a process server who works in attorney services, but by night, he is a DJ

More than a record label: Happy Daps is building a community

Ten years ago, Ed Moreno was a teenager in the Inland Empire trying to get his band The High Curbs’

Soulja Boy tell ‘em how the show went

For many, 2007 is a time they remember fondly; for others, it is a time they would like to forget.

Punk is still alive. The pit brings everyone together

Dear Mosh-Pit, The stories I have about you are endless. I could go on for hours and days talking about

From house to home: DJ Illegal Alienz

Zeke came to the United States at 12 years old. it took him a year to learn English with the

La Santa hosted comedy rock band Green Jellÿ, and other local punk bands

The crowd jumped, moshed, danced and pushed each other to the incredible rhythm of Beach Waste, Melted Bodies, Shock Therapy

Damon Albarn brings the Gorillaz to Hollywood

Damon Albarn brought the Gorillaz to Coachella 2023 for both weekends. In between his festival performances in front of 125,000

Mariachi Arcoiris brings intersectionality to SAC

Mariachi Arcoiris, the world’s first LGBTQ+ mariachi, broke cultural norms as they performed at Santa Ana College’s Hispanic Heritage Month

Inside the practice room with the SAC Concert Band

The metronome is set. click. click. click.  The tuba makes a bombastic entrance from the back of the room, and