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BERKELEY'S NEWS • NOVEMBER 29, 2022

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This Thursday, Free Energy brings their brand of anthemic pop rock to the Brick and Mortar Music Hall, where they will strengthen their already tight connection with Bay Area music fans.
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This Thursday, Free Energy brings their brand of anthemic pop rock to the Brick and Mortar Music Hall, where they will strengthen their already tight connection with Bay Area music fans.
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Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds take on their fifteenth album with Push the Sky Away, a phantasmagorical brooding on the visions of a fevered night sweat. Inspired by falling down various Wikipedia holes and googling niche “curiosities”, the album has an encyclopedic bent to it.
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Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds take on their fifteenth album with Push the Sky Away, a phantasmagorical brooding on the visions of a fevered night sweat. Inspired by falling down various Wikipedia holes and googling niche “curiosities”, the album has an encyclopedic bent to it.
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This month comes the release STRFKR's fourth record, Miracle Mile, and simply put, it is damn good. The 4-man indie electro-pop group originated in Portland, Oregon as a solo project by Joshua Hodges (vocals, keyboard, guitar and drums) under the alias Sexton Blake.
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This month comes the release STRFKR's fourth record, Miracle Mile, and simply put, it is damn good. The 4-man indie electro-pop group originated in Portland, Oregon as a solo project by Joshua Hodges (vocals, keyboard, guitar and drums) under the alias Sexton Blake.
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Swedish House Mafia kicked off their North American tour last Wednesday in SF at the Bill Graham Civic Auditorium with five shows in a row. All five days sold out (the first four shows sold out in eight minutes); the group announced a couple of months ago that it would be their last tour.
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Swedish House Mafia kicked off their North American tour last Wednesday in SF at the Bill Graham Civic Auditorium with five shows in a row. All five days sold out (the first four shows sold out in eight minutes); the group announced a couple of months ago that it would be their last tour.
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