SUPERB Spring 2014 Lineup

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SUPERB Productions has been entertaining the students of UC Berkeley since 1964. From Talking Heads in 1978 to Father John Misty in 2012, SUPERB lineups have consistently brought a diverse group of musicians to UC Berkeley’s campus for free concerts, and this semester’s lineup is no different! The Daily Cal is excited
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Bleached brings the heat during concert on Sproul

On a hot and sunny May 1, LA pop-punk powerhouse Bleached brought the sounds of punky, lovelorn teen angst to Upper Sproul as the last SUPERB show of the spring semester. Though the band was set to be the first SUPERB show, heavy rain pushed their performance to a sweet
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Phono del Sol: Festival Playlist

In honor of the July 13 music and food festival Phono del Sol, here are some top tracks from the featured performers for your listening pleasure. Bleached – Dead in Your Head Marnie Stern – You Don’t Turn Down Cool Ghouls – Ballin’ Cool Ghouls by Cool Ghouls Thee Oh
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Interview with L.A. punk-pop band Bleached

If the music world were a high school, then punk-rock sisters Jennifer and Jessie Clavin of Bleached would be the most popular girls in school. Since their first album, Ride Your Heart, dropped in April, the Clavin sisters have been riding a seemingly nonstop press circuit and tour. Last month,
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Bleached: Ride Your Heart

If California invented the valley-girl punk-rock beach-pop combo, then Jennifer and Jessie Clavin of Bleached perfected it. Ride Your Heart, the debut album from Los Angeles’s Bleached, straddles the line between pop and punk with an energy that is both fun and exciting. Throughout Ride Your Heart, Bleached seems to
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DIIV brings integrity to pop lineup at Rickshaw Stop

In this day and age, it’s easy to become cynical about music. With all the speed technology has granted us, our attention spans have consequently shortened, our patience dwindling to mere nothings. To cater to these allegedly short attention spans, it doesn’t seem like such a stretch to argue that
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