BERKELEY'S NEWS • OCTOBER 01, 2022

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Even after producing 2010s mainstays such as “Breezeblocks,” alt-J has proven its ability to adapt to the alternative scene’s ever-shifting ecosystem.
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Even after producing 2010s mainstays such as “Breezeblocks,” alt-J has proven its ability to adapt to the alternative scene’s ever-shifting ecosystem.
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Not only is the line between poetry and lyrics often blurred, but many music artists have been inspired by various literary works. This results in plenty of songs for book lovers to resonate with.
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Not only is the line between poetry and lyrics often blurred, but many music artists have been inspired by various literary works. This results in plenty of songs for book lovers to resonate with.
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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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Relaxer is still weird, but for the first time for the band, steps beyond a reliance on style into a search for substance.
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Relaxer is still weird, but for the first time for the band, steps beyond a reliance on style into a search for substance.
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“Adeline” is more than tinged with sadness — melancholy drives the track from its opening notes, the lyrics offering little hope of success in the romantic premise.
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“Adeline” is more than tinged with sadness — melancholy drives the track from its opening notes, the lyrics offering little hope of success in the romantic premise.
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