Tunesday: Roll the credits

The not-so-great part about the real world: You don’t have a soundtrack playing in the background that’s tailored to every moment of your life, like in movies. The cool part about the real world: You can totally pretend. Here are some songs for the especially transformative moments in your life,
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Tunesday: Get pumped for Bonnaroo!

Year after year Bonnaroo scores one of the best lineups of music festivals across the states. They basically combine the anticipated acts of Coachella, Sasquatch! and Outside Lands, then put their personal stamp on it by picking quality lesser-known artists. Since the hype seems to always surround headliners, this playlist
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Noise Pop Music Festival brings powerful sounds to Bay Area

Last month marked the beginning of San Francisco’s indie music, arts and film festival Noise Pop, hosted by San Francisco’s multitude of concert venues like Great American Music Hall and Rickshaw Stop. In its 22nd year, Noise Pop boasts an array of emerging artists, while also showcasing critically-acclaimed bands. Thrown
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No deer in headlights

The Antlers’ Cal Day performance uplifted the crowd at Memorial Glade

“Prove to me I’m not gonna die alone.” Unquestionably, not the words you would expect blaring over Memorial Glade to close out a day dedicated to prospective students, but the Antlers still managed to close out their show successfully with “Putting the Dog to Sleep.” There has been a strong
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Occupy protesters spread message at Cal Day

An expected 40,000 visitors converged on the UC Berkeley campus for Cal Day Saturday, including prospective students and their families as well as a handful of Occupy protesters. While visitors had free access to campus museums, exhibitions from various academic departments and a concert by Dr. Dog on Memorial Glade
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Cal Day Concert 2012: Dr. Dog

Ah, Cal Day! For many, this day is fondly remembered as the day they, as a prospective Cal student, came to visit the campus and basked in the wondrous place that is UC Berkeley. Now, for many of us current students, this is known as the day everything will be
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Dr. Dog: Be the Void

Dr. Dog pulls it off again. Six albums deep, the band picks up where their 2010 release, Shame, Shame, left off and gives us Be the Void. With a tendency to experiment, or more so, let their style evolve with age, Dr. Dog departs further from their psychedelic harmonies and
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