With over 3,000 vendors and 200 live performances, NAMM attendees discovered the latest music gear and watched up-and-coming musicians take the stage.
Sluttony, an all-femme rock band, moved from Santa Cruz to Los Angeles in hopes of catering to a larger audience of rock listeners. An exclusive interview gives insight into their creative process and what a fan can expect to experience at a Sluttony concert.
Nacho Cano, the artist behind Harmless, sat down with the Daily Forty-Niner to talk music, tour life and inspiration.
An interview with Los Angeles based band Nitefire gives insight on the lively, local music scene.
When the time stroke 6 p.m., students rushed though The Walter Pyramid doors to get a good spot to see chart topping artist T-Pain. The event served as a way to end the semester prior to finals.
Campus Couture members had planned their annual fashion show all semester, but were not expecting to share the date with ASI’s biggest event of the year.
Frank Ocean disappointed fans with a Coachella performance that was lacking the most important aspect: the artist himself.
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For indie artists looking for their big break, the Tiny Desk Contest can be their beginning.
The Black Friday rush might be over, but many products are still on the shelves at Fingerprints.