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Indie sensation Rex Orange County brings versatility to Observatory

Indie sensation Rex Orange County brings versatility to Observatory

by Spencer White, Staff Writer // November 28, 2018

Rex Orange County fans waited in a line wrapped around the block outside the doors of the Observatory North Park on Nov. 13 to watch the recent indie sensation’s...

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Chvrches kick off North American tour at SDSU

Chvrches kick off North American tour at SDSU

by Spencer White, Staff Writer // October 12, 2018

Scottish electropop act Chvrches recently kicked off the tour in support of their third album, “Love is Dead,” but used their trademark energy and...

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Indie band Sure Sure to return to House of Blues

Indie band Sure Sure to return to House of Blues

by Spencer White, Staff Writer // October 12, 2018

If there is one thing Sure Sure is absolutely positive about, it is that they are ready to play at San Diego’s House of Blues on Oct. 13. The show...

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One of Jackson Dean's backup musicians accompanies the R&B singer.

Students Rock out while recycling at GreenFest’s Battle of the Bands

by Kelly Kerrigan, Staff Writer // December 13, 2017

This years Battle of the Bands proved once again how talented the students of San Diego State are. The event, hosted by GreenFest, promoted sustainability...

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Abby Sage sings at the

Student Abby Sage sings into the San Diego music scene

by Josh Rogers, Staff Writer // November 15, 2017

Abby Sage has been hitting a note in the San Diego music scene and is making a name for herself as a student artist to watch at San Diego State. Sage,...

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Pop duo Cults ends hiatus with San Diego show

Pop duo Cults ends hiatus with San Diego show

by Tashfina Rahman, Staff Writer // November 9, 2017

After a hiatus from making music, indie pop duo Cults released a new album, “The Offering,” on Oct. 4 and have set out on an international tour. Following...

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English indie-pop singer Dan Croll wrapped up his North American tour at the Irenic in San Diego.

Dan Croll makes a stop in San Diego

by Danny Dyer , Staff Writer // September 27, 2017

Everyone eventually braves the shift from adolescence to adulthood, but not everyone can sleekly sum up such a rocky leap like Dan Croll. Hailing from...

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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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Portugal. The Man ignites audience

Portugal. The Man ignites audience

by Danny Dyer, Staff Writer // March 22, 2017

A line of impatient music fans slithered down the sidewalk of the North Park Observatory Thursday, March 16. And impatience was understandable, as Portugal....

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Portugal. The Man shatters silence

by Danny Dyer, Staff Writer // March 13, 2017

At long last, Portugal. The Man has shattered its near three-year silence recently with the funk-infused swinger, “Feel It Still.” The band will...

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KCR's indie-rock station curates eclectic styles for students

KCR’s indie-rock station curates eclectic styles for students

by Liliana Cervantes, Staff Writer // March 2, 2016

Alternative and indie-rock bands thriving on many San Diego State students’ playlists are getting plenty of air time on “The KRK Show” — an hour-long...

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Indie album adapted to big screen

Indie album adapted to big screen

by Ryo Miyauchi, Asst. Entertainment Editor // September 2, 2014

Opposite from tradition, the new musical film “God Help the Girl” started out as an album before it became a full-length feature. Writer and director...

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