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

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

Brainstory Creates Psychedelic Experience for DTSA Audience

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

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

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

DTSA Open Mic Gives Voice to Local Creatives

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

#DailyDons: What Is Your Favorite Song?

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

Turning the Tables: Santa Ana’s Rising Vinyl Scene

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

The K-Pop Invasion Is Here to Stay

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

Música De México: Don Mariachi Dazzles With Song and Dance

Young and beautiful women with long and colorful dresses spin around on the stage, drawing viewers into customs and traditions

Spring Choir Show Highlights American Composers

Lights dim, students ascend the stage. The singers create a half circle around the piano facing the director. Strange musical

SAC Guitar Ensemble Spring Concert

REVIEW: Guitar Ensemble Shows Off Layers of Melodies

Music lovers escaped the evening rain and proceeded into Phillips Hall on Saturday, May 18, where they were serenaded by