September is bringing some earth, wind and especially fire music releases. Here are four albums that students should look out for.
This category shouldn’t be confused with performing arts. Articles in the music category are more contemporary music, focusing more on contemporary bands and solo artists. This category will also be a home for album reviews.
Guest artists Ann Stimson and Marc Ainger performed sonic art Wednesday night at the Gerald R. Daniel Recital Hall.
The CSULB Laptop Ensemble uses programming software Max to create music through their laptops. While it may seem unconventional, the ensemble provides an opportunity to create something new in a traditional setting.
In recent years, Korean pop music has achieved a new level of popularity in the U.S. Members of the CSULB community weighed in on why they have become part of the obsession.
The indie pop band released their fourth studio album, taking an optimistic look at the ups and downs in life.
The album reflects confidence through her recognizable indie-pop style. The Swedish singer-songwriter returns with a fresh take on life.
The band’s latest album reminds listeners why they should have hung it up a long time ago. In an effort to fuse its past and present sound, Blink 182 falls short.
The Lumineers recent release tells the touching tale of the Sparks family and the struggle they face.
The boys are back and this time, they brought “GINGER.” The hip hop group returns 11 months after its last album leaving behind the pessimism of the past and coming to terms with the present.
Rising R&B star, Mahalia breaks into the scene with mellow jazz while dealing with the aftermath of heartbreak. Mahalia brings the soul with “LOVE AND COMPROMISE” and turns heartache into self-empowerment.