A Farewell to Desert Daze

Momentous sets from the Moon Stage: King Gizzard, Tame Impala, and Kikagaku Moyo On October’s first weekend, an autumn wind blew through rolling arid hills, and wiggled through dancing trees around Lake Perris State Park calling the world’s psychonauts and music freaks. Upon hearing this song, a ravenous swarm of concertgoers flocked to Moreno Valley,…

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Cal Poly’s Taste of Metal and Political Hip-Hop

The last Rage Against the Machine Reunion tour ended in 2011, so in honor of their “Public Service Announcement” tour, it’s time to take a look back into their epic history as a legendary political band. Here are some of my favorite moments of Rage Against The Machine: Morello explaining the band’s name origin Thomas…

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All Roads Lead to SLO Brew Rock: Understanding High Pulp’s DIY Spirit

SLO Brew’s main stage room was sparsely populated with eager attendees awaiting a mythical, mystical septet. The seven Seattle musicians delayed taking the stage, knowing a wave of stoned 420 merrymakers would overrun the concert space a few minutes late. High Pulp drummer Bobby Granfelt cleansed the gathering of the common show-going curse of standing…

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Ranked: Yung Lean

Swedish artist Jonatan Leandoer, otherwise known to listeners as Yung Lean, is certainly a polarizing figure amongst music fans. It’s a difficult task to put Lean in a box. His projects typically feature dreary vocals supported by backgrounds of sometimes metallic grunge, and other times dreamlike concoctions. Despite what your stance might be regarding Lean’s…

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Welcome to Planet Moss – An Interview with Toby Moss Darci-Maher

Welcome to Planet Moss! Today, I will be touring you through the musical life of 21 year old Mechanical Engineering major Toby Moss Darci-Maher who spends their time banging on drums with their band “Cardio Star” and creating/producing their own personal music under the moniker “Diarchipretti”. Toby’s musical journey began where many of us once…

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The Art of Collaboration – An Interview with Free The Youth

Remember being little and thinking you could be whatever you wanted to be? I grew up wanting to be an artist, but somewhere along the way I adopted the belief that I could never actually go anywhere with it; that in order to be a successful artist, I would have to sell myself to capitalism,…

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Eyes Didn’t Let Me Open — The Album That Helps You See

Water droplets became a soft misty wind on my long journey home. The forecast said it would be sunny, but it was apparent the sun was but a dream. I walk, red sneakers dodging puddles until I can’t anymore. The moments become slower and my mind becomes sleepy – I fall in.  Into the puddle,…

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Monthly Music Roundup — March 2022

Another month, another article about some remarkable music that you might have missed. If you’re reading this, welcome back. It’s nice to have you on our site again and the .wav family wishes you blessed eardrums and a Daft Punk reunion tour. Our marketing team was nice enough to write some fun words about some…

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