BERKELEY'S NEWS • OCTOBER 01, 2022

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Lacking the auditory depth that made her 2017 single “Alaska” a hit, much of the LP feels one-note, both in the literal and figurative senses.
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Lacking the auditory depth that made her 2017 single “Alaska” a hit, much of the LP feels one-note, both in the literal and figurative senses.
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If Allison’s 2020 release Color Theory was a haunting self-portrait of isolation and loss, then her 2022 project is a self-aware, supernatural drama that makes peace with a bleak future.
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If Allison’s 2020 release Color Theory was a haunting self-portrait of isolation and loss, then her 2022 project is a self-aware, supernatural drama that makes peace with a bleak future.
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While Storm Before the Calm is a cohesive body of work, each song manages to remain distinct and memorable.
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While Storm Before the Calm is a cohesive body of work, each song manages to remain distinct and memorable.
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Next time you need a break from Zoom, listen to this playlist, stare up at your ceiling and let all your worries dissipate.
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Next time you need a break from Zoom, listen to this playlist, stare up at your ceiling and let all your worries dissipate.
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The songs capture many of the same themes of songs written by high school bands, such as rebellion and love, but do so with a more mature, realistic lens.
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The songs capture many of the same themes of songs written by high school bands, such as rebellion and love, but do so with a more mature, realistic lens.
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The members of the Decemberists do their old sound of country pirate folk music significantly better than whatever this new ‘80s synth phase is.
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The members of the Decemberists do their old sound of country pirate folk music significantly better than whatever this new ‘80s synth phase is.
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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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