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Fiona Apple released her latest album Fetch the Bolt Cutters following an eight-year hiatus.

Quarantine’s best albums, chosen by The Daily Aztec’s Instagram followers

by Ryan Hardison, Staff Writer // May 15, 2020

The extent of the COVID-19 virus in the music industry is still uncertain because concerts and festivals have been postponed, canceled or switched to virtual...

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Student musician mixes punk and hip-hop

Student musician mixes punk and hip-hop

by Nathan Godderis, Staff Writer // January 30, 2019

In 1996, punk rock band Dishwalla released its hit song “Counting Blue Cars,” which peaked at no. 15 on the Billboard Hot 100. Two Dishwalla band...

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My Change of Heart on The 1975

My ‘Change of Heart’ on The 1975

by Julianna Ress, Senior Staff Writer // May 3, 2017

As I watched The 1975’s frontman Matty Healy flail his lanky limbs around and sang along to my favorite tracks from last year’s “I Like It When You...

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Mitski resonates with Irenic crowd

by Julianna Ress, Senior Staff Writer // April 26, 2017

Indie rock artist Mitski graced the stage at The Irenic on Wednesday, April 19 with her emotionally bare music resonating with the crowd of fans who look...

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Green Day calls for unity through music

by Julianna Ress , Senior Staff Writer // April 13, 2017

On Saturday, April 8, Green Day took the stage at Valley View Casino Center, and made it clear that the night was about more than just music, it was a...

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Pumphouse works to establish itself

by Danny Dyer , Staff Writer // April 5, 2017

San Diego’s music scene added a refreshingly simplistic rock group to its roster in the spring of 2015. Alternative rock outfit Pumphouse hails from...

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Red Hot Chili Peppers come for ‘One Hot Minute’

by Lilly Glenister, Assistant A&C Editor // April 5, 2017

There aren’t too many bands in Southern California that have music as ubiquitous as the Red Hot Chili Peppers. In fact, you can turn on any alternative...

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