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dodie won’t have to be asking “when?” for much longer.
After two delays, dodie’s debut album “Build A Problem” is finally out in the world. At just three seconds shy of an hour, the album is packed with 22 songs, some new and some old with a few updates to fan favorites.
The Dreamers are ready to turn their hopes into a reality.
On April 16, singer and radio DJ Connie Blue-Puché released the music video “Call Me A Dreamer” in collaboration with a team of immigrants who came to the U.S.
This post was updated May 2 at 10:44 p.m.
New research is building a recipe for uniting the senses.
As a new addition to the Herb Alpert School of Music, the Practice-Based Experimental Epistemology Research Lab explores the realm of creative practice through an experiential and experimental lens.
Rev up those speakers – original compositions by UCLA music students just dropped.
The UCLA Herb Alpert School of Music hosted a livestream of the Spring Undergraduate Composers Concert on Tuesday.
Resonance is swapping the stage for the screen.
But that hasn’t stopped the co-ed a cappella group from winning the West Semifinals of the International Championship of Collegiate A Cappella, with a music video rather than a stage performance at the April 10 virtual event.
This year’s Dance Marathon is one hour shorter than last year’s – but the experience is five days longer.
Hosted by the Pediatric AIDS Coalition at UCLA, the annual event will be held virtually for a second time Saturday.
This post was updated April 18 at 5:55 p.m.
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.
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.
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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