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Hey, Lolita

Fake Out

When learning how to live, people look to a lot of sources for inspiration. For me, that was Lana Del Rey. Lana Del Rey’s “Video Games” surfaced in my life in 2011. “Video Games” came with a simple video composite of American iconography, old-style cartoon clips and paparazzo shots of
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picks

Picks of the week: Best of the Bay

The city of Berkeley has a lot to offer, but the world of arts and entertainment extends far beyond the city limits. This week, check out these San Francisco and Oakland events for a taste of the best of the Bay Area. Any time: “Honeymoon” by Lana Del Rey “Honeymoon”
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Tunesday: What You Wish You Heard Yesterday

Within the last week, major music labels released nearly fifty studio-produced albums. Fifty albums amounts to approximately 700 tracks in a single week, and that does not even include the piles of artists who produced without a record deal and therefore aren’t tallied in this count. The albums of last
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ultraviolance

A new shade of cool on Lana Del Rey album

Lana Del Rey authenticates her niche as a retro-pop act on her latest LP, “Ultraviolence,” with stronger yet less-catchy songs than on her debut studio album under the moniker Del Rey, “Born to Die.” She has traded in hip-hop sampling for a new team of producers, including the Black Keys’
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