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By Caroline Daniel, Staff Writer March 29, 2013

Emails were sent out on March 25 to die hard 91X fans about this year’s lineup for X-Fest, a yearly festival put on by the San Diego radio station showcasing some of their favorite artists. 91X is a...

They Might Be Giants

They Might Be Giants

By Aly Baker, Staff Writer March 27, 2013

First thing that comes to mind when I think of They Might Be Giants? Craziness. Not in a bad way, though. They exude an attitude of outright wackiness combined with a prominent musical prowess. You’d...

Foxygen Album Review

Foxygen Album Review

By Emily Hall, Online Arts Editor March 6, 2013

Up-and-coming band Foxygen’s new album contains significantly less mention of cute animals or scientific elements than expected, but what it does contain is some of the most refreshing indie-pop to be...

Winter Concert Win

By Taylor Knudson, Staff Writer February 6, 2013

The light chatter of conversation and laughter warms the room as a few dozen students spill into the auditorium carrying long pieces of metal in their hands. Eventually, the giggling and talking subsides...

“The Next Day” by David Bowie Album Preview

By Caroline Glass, Arts Editor January 15, 2013

It’s been ten years since the release of David Bowie’s last album. It’s been 6 years since the last time he performed live. But now, he’s back, unfortunately, however, not dressed in drag or doused...

“Fade” by Yo La Tengo Album Preview

By Emily Hall, Online Arts Editor January 15, 2013

Yo La Tengo, to me, is the Coca Cola of the music scene. Since they released their first album in 1986, they have consistently been turning out music as timeless and comforting as your favorite drink,...

The Burning of Rome

By Caroline Glass, Arts Editor November 19, 2012

Rising indie stars The Burning of Rome performed during lunch in the Mosaic. the Oceanside-based band is on the brink of stardom, having just released a popular single “Norman Bates” and music video....

Wrex the Halls Lineup Announced

By Caroline Glass, Arts Editor October 30, 2012

At last year’s Wrex the Halls, the floor was made of mosh pits and shirtless men punching each other. This year, it will probably be more like people gently swaying while wearing flannels and hipster...

Seeing Red

By Avery Finden, Design Editor October 24, 2012

While many of Taylor Swift’s new songs possess the same spunky lyrics and feelings as her earlier albums, Swift took “Red,” her new album, to a higher emotional level. She explains the meaning behind...

Rejects No More

By Joseph Swit, Staff Writer May 3, 2012

You’ll remember singing along to their lyrics in your mom’s car on your way to a soccer game, hearing their songs on the radio.  In the mid-2000s songs such as “Move Along” and “Dirty Little...

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