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BERKELEY'S NEWS • FEBRUARY 02, 2023

Ring in the New Year with our 2023 New Year's Special Issue!

Imad Pasha

Weekender Editor

Imad Pasha is the Weekender editor. Before that, he was the Arts & Entertainment editor, as well as head music and film reporter. He joined Daily Cal in spring 2015 as an arts reporter. He is also an astrophysicist.

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A woman walks into a dark and haunted mansion with a candlestick, and, with a flourish of synth, announces the return of MGMT.
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A woman walks into a dark and haunted mansion with a candlestick, and, with a flourish of synth, announces the return of MGMT.
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Berkeley Beats is the newly launched video series in which The Daily Californian features local artists in iconic locales around Berkeley.
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Berkeley Beats is the newly launched video series in which The Daily Californian features local artists in iconic locales around Berkeley.
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You know a band has made it not when it garners wild cheers during its choruses, but when the crowd goes silent for the quieter interludes.
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You know a band has made it not when it garners wild cheers during its choruses, but when the crowd goes silent for the quieter interludes.
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It’s nice to see Cruise acting again and to shake our heads in amazement at the ridiculousness that was possible in the ‘80s.
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It’s nice to see Cruise acting again and to shake our heads in amazement at the ridiculousness that was possible in the ‘80s.
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It was the band’s older, more punk hits — the likes of “Misery Business” and “That’s What You Get” — that had the crowd headbanging the hardest.
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It was the band’s older, more punk hits — the likes of “Misery Business” and “That’s What You Get” — that had the crowd headbanging the hardest.
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In a lot of ways, Wonderful Wonderful seems to be an on-thy-knees imploration for us to take the band seriously as an album artist, and though this attempt doesn’t quite succeed, it doesn’t exactly fail either.
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In a lot of ways, Wonderful Wonderful seems to be an on-thy-knees imploration for us to take the band seriously as an album artist, and though this attempt doesn’t quite succeed, it doesn’t exactly fail either.
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Under the shimmering reflected light of its giant, golden pineapple-shaped disco ball, Glass Animals absolutely commanded the Hearst Greek Theatre on Friday night.
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Under the shimmering reflected light of its giant, golden pineapple-shaped disco ball, Glass Animals absolutely commanded the Hearst Greek Theatre on Friday night.
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Keith Jeffery says Atlas Genius plans to perform unreleased tracks from the band's upcoming album on their tour.
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Keith Jeffery says Atlas Genius plans to perform unreleased tracks from the band's upcoming album on their tour.
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And while Vaughn has packed plenty of ass-kicking into his 2-hour, 21-minute behemoth of a sequel, it’s Vaughn himself who's had his ass kicked this time around.
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And while Vaughn has packed plenty of ass-kicking into his 2-hour, 21-minute behemoth of a sequel, it’s Vaughn himself who's had his ass kicked this time around.
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Muse songs engender themselves entirely to being experienced in a pit, and Shoreline Amphitheatre doesn’t have one.
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Muse songs engender themselves entirely to being experienced in a pit, and Shoreline Amphitheatre doesn’t have one.
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