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Toro y Moi delivers mellow music on Memorial Glade

Forget the near-completion of Lower Sproul Plaza. If there were one thing that enticed students to come back to the Berkeley campus this fall, it would be Toro y Moi’s performance on the first Friday of the semester. The first ASUC SUPERB concert of the school year brought a large,
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LA’s best-kept secret: FYF 2015

To the nearly 40,000 people who attended Fuck Yeah Fest 2015 on Sunday and Monday, the music festival still feels like Los Angeles’ best-kept secret. In its twelfth year, FYF has flourished as the crown jewel of LA’s lively summer scene. Even with radio-ready headliners jampacked over the course of
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Picks of the week: Back to school basics

The first week of school is mostly for awkward introductions and passing out syllabuses. Nonetheless, treat yourself with these fun (and somewhat educational) events before the onslaught of work consumes you. Thursday: Multitudes, an exhibition of paintings by Andres Waissman Attention philosophers and visual arts enthusiasts: Philosophy and politics intersect
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Tunesday: Main Stacks edition

To those of you who have spent one too many hours cooped up in Main Stacks this past week, The Clog feels for you. So since you’re already procrastinating, take a listen to these tracks to remind you that a life outside of the library is yours in only a
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Tunesday: Dance Party, Anyone?

It was 2 a.m. on a weekday night when I decided to take a short break from Yeezus and throw an impromptu solo dance party in my pajamas. This week’s selection of songs turn up the energy and take on playful, pop-y sounds with a dash of R&B, electro and
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Toro Y Moi at the Independent

Toro Y Moi brought waves to the Noise Pop Festival at The Independent in San Francisco on Saturday, but they weren’t exactly chill. He is one of the main acts attributed to chillwave. As a “genre” that has its validity constantly questioned, it evokes the idea of listeners apathetically lounging
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Noise Pop 2013 Preview

Nosaj Thing When: Feb. 21, 6 p.m. Where: California Academy of Sciences After a three-year hiatus, Jason Chung, the LA-based producer behind Nosaj Thing, has just released his sublime new album Home. Frustrated by the current state of electronic music, Chung produces gorgeously intimate, stripped-down bass, heavily influenced by the
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