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 —


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

SAC Guitar Ensemble Spring Concert

REVIEW: Guitar Ensemble Shows Off Layers of Melodies

By Ashley Ramynke

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


REVIEW: Big Band Dazzles Guests with Sounds of the Blues

By Lesly Guzman

Jaqueline Espinoza’s sparkly, cream-colored dress glimmered off the stage lights as the saxophones launched into a mellow, swing tempo. The

Alex Honnold Free Solo

No Strings Attached: “Free Solo” Review

By Jordy Espinoza

There is a ringing sense of pressure that comes from living life on the edge. Few people prefer life on

Dear Evan Hansen Is a Musical Built for the Social-Media Era

By Jordy Espinoza

I would not consider myself a musical junkie. However, I could make an exception for amazing musicals like the one I just saw recently. That being Dear Evan Hansen at the Ahmanson Theater in Los Angeles. Out of the handful of musicals I have seen in my life I was really only amazed by one before seeing Dear Evan Hansen and that was Hamilton.

Sango Delivers Anticipated Sophomore Album

By Josie Morales

Fusing hip-hop, R&B and syrupy electronic grooves, Soulection-affiliated producer Sango released “In the Comfort of,” his sophomore studio album. After

Get Ready for the New Lara Croft

By Marta Konarska

It is the time for a new and improved Lara Croft. In the latest film in the Tomb Raider franchise don’t expect to see another sex robot like Angelina Jolie because director Roar Uthaug, and actress Alicia Vikander, bring much more potential to the leading female character.

Try Argentine Pizza Located Inside A Liquor Store

By Martha Ceja

It’s become a tradition for my family and I to go out for pizza every week.

With Lots of Costumes and an Eclectic Lineup, Beach Goth Was OC’s Weirdest Music Fest

By Faith Hernandez

Thousands of young music fans from all over Orange County, California and beyond convened in Santa Ana over the weekend