Thursday Mar 6
Tears For Fears' Roland Orzabal Turns Author With The Release Of Sex, Drugs & Opera
As one half of eighties icons Tears For Fears, Roland Orzabal is best known for his songwriting, having penned such classic hits as Everybody Wants To Rule The World, Shout, Sowing The Seeds Of Love and the haunting Christmas number one, Mad World.
White Lies w/Frankie Rose Tonight at Cannery Ballroom
"I've never been too good at change," sings White Lies frontman Harry McVeigh on "Change," a power ballad in disguise from the British trio's third album, last year's BIG TV .
St. Lucia impresses in L.A., heads to Santa Ana
Modern indie electro acts, like their synth-pop forebears from the '80s, tend to function one of two ways on stage: enigmatically, as a means of retaining the robotic chill and magnetic mystery given off by their records, or boisterously, as if to prove they can create something much more alive and engaging than mere dots and loops.
New in the KUCI Music Library
Fitting high pitch vocals accompany these tracks, and catchy bass lines ensue. Pop music that is upbeat and surprisingly not obnoxious, this brand is whimsical and guaranteed to put anyone in a pleasant mood.