Drake released his album, “Dark Lane Demo Tapes” giving his listeners a reason to like mixtape Drake more than regular Drake.
Los Angeles has a rich culture of art and music, but with the city under quarantine, artists are left without an audience and income.
“After Hours” is one of the most elaborate albums put together today. Canadian singer The Weeknd released the full album Thursday.
By Gustavo Buenrostro Seven years after their last full-length album, The Strokes released two new singles from their upcoming album “The New Abnormal.” The first of the singles titled “At the Door” was released to the public on February 11, debuting at Bernie Sanders’ New Hampshire political rally the day before. The song has a very somber tone with a heavy use of synths as the lead sound in the…
Supergroup Perfection dive into the funky side of the Los Angeles music scene with its two new EPs, “Nest Sessions” and “Clean Greed.”
The East Los Angeles Music Department will be hosting a series of live musical events on-campus at the S2 Recital Hall during the holiday season. The events will feature student musicians from the ELAC Music Department and showcase the knowledge they have learned through the fall semester. A student recital will be held today at noon. Admission to the event is free. The ELAC Music Department will host a piano…
The album “Lover” is Taylor Swift’s seventh album, and is filled with romantic and airy synthetic songs perfect for the end of summer.
The Guild of Music Supervisors, a non-profit organization collaborated with East Los Angeles College to bring opportunities to students.
ELAC Music Department has provided opportunities year-round to students that are taking music courses for a general requirement, students that are majoring in music and for the Applied Music students.
When looking at the current generation of rap music, there has been a noticeable decrease in overall quality. It’s hard not to seem like an old person yelling at the newer generation of music for not being as good as their own. But when analyzed, there is without a doubt that lyrical quality has taken a huge nosedive.
Los Angeles-based psychedelic pop-rock band Drugdealer’s second album “Raw Honey” is a surreal trip of self-reflection and love that was ripped from the late ’60s.