The impact of music extends far beyond the play and pause buttons. Formed in the 1970s as an underground movement, hip-hop has expanded into various art forms and musical subgenres – with rap specifically being one of the most popular musical styles among today’s youth.
Resistance is not only found in acts of protest, but also in acts of joy.
The first online performance of “F*ck White Supremacy, Let’s Get Free” spanned the entirety of Sunday afternoon and featured six live DJ sets on a YouTube livestream.
BROCKHAMPTON is lighting up the world of hip-hop.
The group’s rumored second-to-last album, “ROADRUNNER: NEW LIGHT, NEW MACHINE,” highlights BROCKHAMPTON’s musical versatility while addressing difficult topics like racism, homophobia and the effects of COVID-19.
This post was updated April 11 at 7:55 p.m.
It’s bingeing season – TV-landia is getting a highly anticipated spring makeover.
For viewers looking for a new fixing or a return back to established fictional worlds, studios are pulling all the stops to deliver.
This post was updated April 11 at 7:50 p.m.
While most museums are closed, The Music Center in downtown Los Angeles hopes to engage its audiences through an immersive visual and musical experience.
Emmanuel Iheke Jr. uses his faith to help young people on the journey of self-discovery, one podcast at a time.
The alumnus is the founder of the media platform UN-ASSOCIATED and host of the “Churchboy Confessions” podcast.
Leslie Rasmussen’s debut novel was almost a nonfiction book.
After collecting surveys from people in long-term relationships, Rasmussen said she originally intended to write about how couples address conflict while keeping the romance alive.
This post was updated April 11 at 7:43 p.m.
Opera may be synonymous with a classical music tradition, but the Italian word originally translates to “work.”
The etymological connection between systems of music and labor inspired an appropriately grandiose title for “Opera,” a nine-minute animated film directed by UCLA School of Theater, Film and Television alumnus Erick Oh.
Film scores are more than just scene supplements.
The Herb Alpert School of Music is hosting the panel “Sounds of the Scene: Creating Musical Scores for Visual Content” panel today in conjunction with UCLA’s School of Theater, Film and Television.
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