Scoring a record deal used to be what bands in garages across the world dreamed of. But now, becoming recognized and being able to tour nationally is a dream many unsigned bands have already realized.
The Daily Aztec recently interviewed Taina Rodriguez, a senior public relations manager at the local Sony Online Entertainment headquarters and also a San Diego State graduate student. Rodriguez provides some insight into how to break into the gaming world using PR, a big major here at SDSU.
Future Islands is an upcoming post-wave band from Baltimore that has embarked on a five-month U.S. and European tour in support of its latest record, “On the Water.”
Seattle-based Minus the Bear has crafted some of the most intricately layered and rhythmically complex indie rock of the last decade.
The Daily Aztec talks to the band.
The Daily Aztec interviews the cast.
Director Joe Wright squints in the bright spring sunlight as he steps out of his car and into the KPBS building at San Diego State.
Writer and director Thomas McCarthy’s comedy drama “Win Win” features a breakout performance from a young, nationally ranked wrestler named Alex Shaffer.
An interview with Peter “JR” Wasilewski.
MTV is putting on a different kind of awards show called the Woodie Awards to showcase lesser-known artists who have yet to reach a global audience, but are still releasing great music.
David Seidler has been a television and film writer for many years but had never achieved such a high degree of success until “The King’s Speech” was released this winter. The film explores the relationship between the late King George VI, or “Bertie” (played by Colin Firth) and his speech therapist Lionel Logue (Geoffrey Rush) during his accession into becoming the king of England.
It’s 3 p.m. on a Saturday and I’m standing outside a room in the Sé San Diego Hotel. The elevator has deposited a PR rep, three other writers and myself on the 18th floor of the posh downtown establishment.