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BERKELEY'S NEWS • NOVEMBER 28, 2022

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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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Gone is the epic wall of sound — the chorus of chanting fans you can scream your heart out into and feel it get wrapped up in the mix.
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Gone is the epic wall of sound — the chorus of chanting fans you can scream your heart out into and feel it get wrapped up in the mix.
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To start, the indie four-piece’s music is steeped in rich, multilayered musical textures, sound effects and echoey, reverby soundscapes.
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To start, the indie four-piece’s music is steeped in rich, multilayered musical textures, sound effects and echoey, reverby soundscapes.
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When taken as a whole, Concrete and Gold is in many ways a reflection of its title — gold in some places, concrete in others.
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When taken as a whole, Concrete and Gold is in many ways a reflection of its title — gold in some places, concrete in others.
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Since the release of its debut self-titled album in 2014, Toronto indie-pop outfit Alvvays has been anything but antisocial.
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Since the release of its debut self-titled album in 2014, Toronto indie-pop outfit Alvvays has been anything but antisocial.
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The rest of the album seems to disagree — it’s packed with the raw, bristling energy that brought the band to the fore.
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The rest of the album seems to disagree — it’s packed with the raw, bristling energy that brought the band to the fore.
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Sleep Well Beast is one of this year’s best albums — with an imposing depth, like stepping off an edge into water that appears deceptively shallow.
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Sleep Well Beast is one of this year’s best albums — with an imposing depth, like stepping off an edge into water that appears deceptively shallow.
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Partially a joint showcase, partially a pitch for people to come to auditions, the event gave each group time to demonstrate their own distinct style.
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Partially a joint showcase, partially a pitch for people to come to auditions, the event gave each group time to demonstrate their own distinct style.
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This latest effort is littered with One Direction-esque vocal riffs, heavy autotuning and belabored references to Tinder and the news cycle.
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This latest effort is littered with One Direction-esque vocal riffs, heavy autotuning and belabored references to Tinder and the news cycle.
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