SHABANG REBORN With more stages and music, this was the biggest Shabang to date Grant Anderson May 8, 2019 0 The desire to grow and improve has been a continual impetus for the Shabang team, headed by founders Alexander Schwend, Carson Stone and Greg Golf, and not even distance can weary the passion they have […]
It’s day one of Coachella — the second largest music and arts festival in the United States. Art and design senior Everett Fitzpatrick and his team of visual storytellers are crammed into a small trailer on Indio’s Empire Polo Fields, preparing to stare at computer screens for the next 15 hours. It is hot, sweaty […]
After a long, rainy winter the sun was finally out as groups of green-clad partygoers celebrated St. Patrick’s Day morning downtown. Amidst the excitement sat Nick Larson and Kevin Middlekauff at a small table at Kreuzberg — both Cal Poly alum and one half of the band Próxima Parada — who seemed to soak in the […]
Looking to switch things up in your schedule or to try something new? Delve into what is happening in SLO this weekend. Friday, Feb. 22 SLO Craft Beer Fest Immerse yourself in a wonderland of craft beer and enjoy complimentary food samples and educational beer seminars. 21+ Alex Madonna Expo Center Feb. 22-23 $35-90 Change […]
Thursday, Feb. 7, Bell will perform on his $3.5 million violin alongside English pianist Sam Haywood at Cal Poly’s Harold Miossi Hall.
Changes to LIB times are the main reason as to why Cal Poly students are no longer attending the festival as planned.
To celebrate the most wonderful time of the year, KCPR’s Club 91 showed that the best way to spread holiday cheer is by playing loud house music for all to hear at their Christmas party and toy drive on Dec. 7. Club 91 is a sector of Cal Poly’s radio station KCPR that broadcasts house, techno […]
“We want to be a place for people on the Central Coast to go to for local music,” business administration senior and co-founder of SubSessions Wes Berger said. “The goal is not to make money, but [to] continue to act as a platform for local artists to grow.”
The fourteen-member group has again proven that they are a creative powerhouse with a fifteen-track album blending rap, R&B and pop.
When KCPR founder Alan Holmes decided he wanted to start a radio station, he searched all over campus with fellow student Jim Stueck for empty rooms to give it a home base. Their efforts fell short — no department would let them conduct a radio station in their storage rooms. After searching all over and […]
Meet the characters of San Luis Obispo’s Shabang XI Music Festival on the premiere of Good News with Rachel Showalter.