BERKELEY'S NEWS • SEPTEMBER 25, 2022

Crew Bittner

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On “We Will Always Love You,” singer Blood Orange is an effervescent guide, a Virgil guiding the audience’s Dante into the underground.
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On “We Will Always Love You,” singer Blood Orange is an effervescent guide, a Virgil guiding the audience’s Dante into the underground.
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Armstrong doesn’t seem to want to reckon with the songs he’s covering or investigate their emotional or thematic purposes.
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Armstrong doesn’t seem to want to reckon with the songs he’s covering or investigate their emotional or thematic purposes.
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To say that Trebek was core to the success of “Jeopardy!” is an understatement.
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To say that Trebek was core to the success of “Jeopardy!” is an understatement.
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Music beat reporters Vincent Tran and Crew Bittner are here to provide you with a few recommendations of highlights you might’ve missed in the music world this past month.
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Music beat reporters Vincent Tran and Crew Bittner are here to provide you with a few recommendations of highlights you might’ve missed in the music world this past month.
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Lamentations is cloaked in an ambient eeriness, an atmosphere that embodies dozens of lost souls, an anthology of the forgotten.
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Lamentations is cloaked in an ambient eeriness, an atmosphere that embodies dozens of lost souls, an anthology of the forgotten.
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With Pegasus, Redd continues a legacy of uninspired, reprinted production and singing with an album that fails to justify itself even remotely.
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With Pegasus, Redd continues a legacy of uninspired, reprinted production and singing with an album that fails to justify itself even remotely.
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