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Live Music In the Time of COVID

By Adam Ponce

Without the obnoxious fans yelling, “I love you” every five seconds or the flash of cell phones going off, viewing

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4 female Asian-American indie artists to listen to right now

By Sarah Harwell

Asian-American women are such a rarity in the music industry. I should know — I’m Asian-American myself and find it

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Live from the living room: Musicians stream performances, unreleased content during COVID-19 pandemic

By Ashley Ramynke

Festivals canceled. Tours postponed. Ticket holders refunded or awaiting rescheduled dates. This is the reality of live entertainment in the

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#MUSEUMATHOME: COVID-19 Q&A with GRAMMY Museum President Michael Sticka

By Ashley Ramynke

In a time void of live entertainment as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, the GRAMMY Museum is providing free

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Brainstory Creates Psychedelic Experience for DTSA Audience

By Karen Rodriguez

Growing up in the suburban sprawl of Rialto, Calif., brothers Kevin and Tony Martin didn’t have much to do —

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New Music: Deep Bass and Wordplay on Frank Ocean’s ‘DHL’

By Kate Bustamante

Listening to Frank Ocean’s first original track in two years feels like glancing at an orange-yellow sunset in the rearview

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DTSA Open Mic Gives Voice to Local Creatives

By Kate Bustamante

It’s a Thursday night at the end of summer. The patio at 4th Street Market in Downtown Santa Ana is

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#DailyDons: What Is Your Favorite Song?

By Oliver Rivero

On this week’s Daily Dons we asked Santa Ana College students ‘What is your favorite song and what is the

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Turning the Tables: Santa Ana’s Rising Vinyl Scene

By Karen Rodriguez

In this era of Soundcloud, Spotify and other digital streaming services, music has become both more accessible and more disposable.

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The K-Pop Invasion Is Here to Stay

By Lesly Guzman

Misunderstandings about the newly popularized KPOP genre has created a negative image for it and ignoring the real epiphany of