BERKELEY'S NEWS • OCTOBER 01, 2022

Imad Pasha

Weekender Editor

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Taccone brought a vivacious energy to his performance, in particular with his groovy dancing, which was perfectly in sync with his band’s easygoing style.
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Taccone brought a vivacious energy to his performance, in particular with his groovy dancing, which was perfectly in sync with his band’s easygoing style.
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Watching Future Islands frontman Samuel T. Herring onstage is a bit like watching performance art — particularly, watching a performance of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde.
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Watching Future Islands frontman Samuel T. Herring onstage is a bit like watching performance art — particularly, watching a performance of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde.
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They walked onstage to their rigs, played through a set that featured no breaks — each song blending into the next — and left.
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They walked onstage to their rigs, played through a set that featured no breaks — each song blending into the next — and left.
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What became clear as the band launched into its closer “Breezeblocks” is the way in which alt-J has grown into its image.
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What became clear as the band launched into its closer “Breezeblocks” is the way in which alt-J has grown into its image.
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But oddly, given the band’s reliance on heavy bass and a machine-gun drumline, there was no drummer or bassist to be found onstage, the two critical parts instead left on the shoulders of a backing track.
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But oddly, given the band’s reliance on heavy bass and a machine-gun drumline, there was no drummer or bassist to be found onstage, the two critical parts instead left on the shoulders of a backing track.
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Cal Performances — a campus performing arts organization — has been tasked by the campus budget office with contributing $926 thousand in deficit reductions in the fiscal year 2018, and the organization is expected to fall short, according to the recently revealed fiscal year 2018 budget.
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Cal Performances — a campus performing arts organization — has been tasked by the campus budget office with contributing $926 thousand in deficit reductions in the fiscal year 2018, and the organization is expected to fall short, according to the recently revealed fiscal year 2018 budget.
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BAMPFA has adopted an ambitious plan for achieving a targeted budget deficit reduction of $582,000 set by the recently unveiled campus fiscal year 2018 budget, including plans to generate $850,000 in new revenue, increase its endowment by $5 million and reduce the number of scheduled exhibitions as part of cost-saving measures.
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BAMPFA has adopted an ambitious plan for achieving a targeted budget deficit reduction of $582,000 set by the recently unveiled campus fiscal year 2018 budget, including plans to generate $850,000 in new revenue, increase its endowment by $5 million and reduce the number of scheduled exhibitions as part of cost-saving measures.
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