Fall Concert a Bust

8:10 p.m.

Girls in blue, pink and leopard print heels strut back and forth across the floor. A guy with crutches hobbles over to his group of friends. On the left side of the stage, a group of six or seven security guards clutter together. On stage, someone played music from his Mac laptop, but few paid attention to him.

Kev Nish plays the guitar during the University's fall concert performance. Photo by Mitch Bell

That someone was a DJ from The Hood Internet, one of the featured artists of the fall concert, but no one seemed to know this until the end of his performance.

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Chilling with Far East Movement

Photo by Mitch Bell

The guys of Far East Movement are the type to sit around in a circle and answer interview questions about their success while eating pizza.

The Mirror had the chance to talk with Kev Nish, Prohgress, DJ Virmin, and J-Splif – members of the L.A. hip hop group – before they were set to head on stage for last Friday’s fall concert. The Hood Internet and Hoodie Allen had already opened the show.

More of the interview inside