After a year and half of performing exclusively online, Cal Poly’s Music Department is back in full swing this fall with a variety of in-person events. The first in-person event of the year is the Bandfest at 7:30 p.m. on Oct. 30 in the Performing Arts Center. Bandfest will include the Wind Orchestra, the Wind […]
SLO Donut Co. contributes to growth of local music scene
SloDoCo was where surf rock band The Bogeys officially got its start.
Live: KCPR Open Mic Night
Bands, musicians, poets and comedians will perform tonight at KCPR’s Open Mic Night. Live streaming video by Ustream The live broadcast begins at 8:00 p.m. You can watch it here, on campus channel 4.1 or listen in on KCPR 91.3 FM.
WATCH: KCPR’s Open Mic Night
If you missed the event, you can still watch KCPR’s Open Mic Night.
Lee Golde brings international art scene to local scene
Ready or not, here comes high culture.
The Sauce Pot: A place to be loud 24 hours a day
24 hours of noise freedom!
KCPR features California-wide bands at WOW showcase
Campus radio station KCPR featured three different types of indie rock bands at WOW showcase this year, including Pleasantly, sea knight and Second Cousins.
10 things you missed at Record Store Day
Record Store Day was celebrated at Boo Boo Records this past Saturday. Here’s what you missed.
Rock and Riot: Local band Night Riots strums out at SLO Brew
The line started at SLO Brewing Co., trailed along Garden Street, wrapped around the corner and continued down Higuera Street.
Columnist cheers and jeers Coachella lineup
Kyle Loomis is a journalism senior and Mustang Daily music columnist. In case you haven’t heard yet, the 2013 Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival lineup was revealed Thursday night. My first impression was mixed. As expected, the festival organizers are bringing in some of today’s hottest names in music, as well as some legacy […]
SLO welcomes two local bands to Mother’s Tavern
Mother’s Tavern is hosting two of San Luis Obispo’s own musical groups, AVANTI and the Damon Castillo Band, on Wednesday, Oct. 14 at 9 p.m.