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BERKELEY'S NEWS • NOVEMBER 27, 2022

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Alive marks another milestone for Gryffin, capturing energetic dance pop with drum and bass melodies that encapsulate the passionate energy present in his vibrant fanbase.
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Alive marks another milestone for Gryffin, capturing energetic dance pop with drum and bass melodies that encapsulate the passionate energy present in his vibrant fanbase.
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“I come from a space of music making really warm and melodic stuff,” Aguirre, more widely known as Surf Mesa, said in an interview with The Daily Californian.
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“I come from a space of music making really warm and melodic stuff,” Aguirre, more widely known as Surf Mesa, said in an interview with The Daily Californian.
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Self-love triumphed as a running theme of Farris’s set, true to the unapologetic brand of empowerment that colors her extensive discography.
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Self-love triumphed as a running theme of Farris’s set, true to the unapologetic brand of empowerment that colors her extensive discography.
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The DJ’s set Nov. 28 at San Francisco’s Bill Graham Civic Auditorium drew yet another large, rave-ready crowd eager to dance the night away.
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The DJ’s set Nov. 28 at San Francisco’s Bill Graham Civic Auditorium drew yet another large, rave-ready crowd eager to dance the night away.
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With a small but diverse lineup of five artists and two last-minute additions, Blau (stylized as “3LAU”) and his OMF team gathered performances with a strictly frat-DJ mindset in which the only direction for the mood and sound was up.
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With a small but diverse lineup of five artists and two last-minute additions, Blau (stylized as “3LAU”) and his OMF team gathered performances with a strictly frat-DJ mindset in which the only direction for the mood and sound was up.
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Santigold has left her alt-rock days behind for sunnier pastures. When she obliged the audience by performing her biggest hit, “Disparate Youth,” it felt awkward and out of place, like a goth wearing Lisa Frank clothing.
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Santigold has left her alt-rock days behind for sunnier pastures. When she obliged the audience by performing her biggest hit, “Disparate Youth,” it felt awkward and out of place, like a goth wearing Lisa Frank clothing.
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“I go by the name of Aminé, not anime,” is how the young rapper’s iconic set started at the Treasure Island Music Festival. On Saturday night, Aminé took the stage with his DJ in order to bring an energetic spirit to the Oakland audience.
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“I go by the name of Aminé, not anime,” is how the young rapper’s iconic set started at the Treasure Island Music Festival. On Saturday night, Aminé took the stage with his DJ in order to bring an energetic spirit to the Oakland audience.
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On the Pinclout Stage of the Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum, the lights went dark and the outro speech to YG’s “Handgun” played over the speaker. “Now you’re ready for the world, yadidamean?” the anonymous man says, as if to initiate the entire audience. “Stay dangerous.”
On the Pinclout Stage of the Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum, the lights went dark and the outro speech to YG’s “Handgun” played over the speaker. “Now you’re ready for the world, yadidamean?” the anonymous man says, as if to initiate the entire audience. “Stay dangerous.”
Unfortunately, Playboi Carti’s Rolling Loud set Saturday hit none of these marks. The most excited the crowd ever got was before the show when the DJ played A$AP Rocky and Skepta’s song “Praise the Lord.”
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Unfortunately, Playboi Carti’s Rolling Loud set Saturday hit none of these marks. The most excited the crowd ever got was before the show when the DJ played A$AP Rocky and Skepta’s song “Praise the Lord.”
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Burn Slow is his slowest work yet. Liebing dials his techno sensibilities all the way down to “sedated” and aims to provide a more contemplative experience that might even suit quiet listening over dancing.
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Burn Slow is his slowest work yet. Liebing dials his techno sensibilities all the way down to “sedated” and aims to provide a more contemplative experience that might even suit quiet listening over dancing.
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