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Berkeley band Deluna flourishes with city influences, artistic freedom

Campus Spotlight

“I’m not ashamed at all to be a student artist,” said Posey Feuer, lead vocalist of student band Deluna. Where many student musicians feel that label is a restraint, the members of Deluna flourish in it. As a self-proclaimed neo-alternative soul band, consisting of Feueu, Henry Michaelson on guitar, Blake
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Beyonce reigns supreme on surprise release ‘Lemonade’

Lemonade is Beyonce’s most introspective, personal and revealing album to date. Sure, her 2013 eponymous album delved into more mature and social themes, but Lemonade takes these ideas to a completely new level, weaving two distinct threads through the album about her private struggles and her identity as a black
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Picking up the pipe dream

Songs of Myself

Sitting in my apartment alone a few weeks ago, I started to enter full-on crisis mode. As usual, I was listening to Twenty One Pilots and getting emotional. No homework tonight? One large helping of existential crisis coming right up, ma’am. I was thinking about my future — a recipe
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Becoming brandless

Cutting Room Floor

I used to never know any songs at any party I went to because my personal brand was, “I don’t know what song this is because I only listen to obscure genres no youth living in this century listens to.” And after attending enough functions to feel entirely left out
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Furries, fans unite at CHVRCHES performance at Fox Theatre

Scottish electro-pop outfit Chvrches, stylized as CHVRCHES, excels at its craft — triumphant pop songs that launch into the stratosphere but wear their broken heart on their astronaut suit sleeve. “We’ve played, like, 470 shows,” announced Chvrches frontwoman Lauren Mayberry four songs into the band’s second night at the Fox
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Built to Spill welcomes Cal Day crowd

With more than 25 years and eight full albums under its belt, Built to Spill didn’t have any need to impress anybody. The band got up on the steps of Doe Library overlooking a casual audience on Memorial Glade for the end-of-Cal Day concert Saturday and jammed out in style.
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