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BERKELEY'S NEWS • FEBRUARY 02, 2023

Ring in the New Year with our 2023 New Year's Special Issue!
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But Yaeji, one of the few prominent female Korean American hip-house DJs/producers/singers/rappers, firmly establishes an intimacy in her live performances.
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But Yaeji, one of the few prominent female Korean American hip-house DJs/producers/singers/rappers, firmly establishes an intimacy in her live performances.
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This week, the arts & entertainment staff has prepared a particularly eclectic selection of events to sample throughout the week.
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This week, the arts & entertainment staff has prepared a particularly eclectic selection of events to sample throughout the week.
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In an interview with the Daily Californian, UC Berkeley alumnus Giraffage talks how he leverages introversion to create a unique sound.
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In an interview with the Daily Californian, UC Berkeley alumnus Giraffage talks how he leverages introversion to create a unique sound.
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EDM performance as whole — but in particular, the chillwave, bedroom dream-pop vein of EDM — is often directly at odds with its own creation.
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EDM performance as whole — but in particular, the chillwave, bedroom dream-pop vein of EDM — is often directly at odds with its own creation.
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If someone told you they liked pop music with a casual, “I like a chipper synthesized baseline, a plucky electric guitar and lyrics about adolescent life that make my heart tingle, if you please,” you would probably tell them to simmer down.
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If someone told you they liked pop music with a casual, “I like a chipper synthesized baseline, a plucky electric guitar and lyrics about adolescent life that make my heart tingle, if you please,” you would probably tell them to simmer down.
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Something about Bieber’s “Despacito” calls us to remove ourselves from the song’s catchiness and ponder a more serious qualm.
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Something about Bieber’s “Despacito” calls us to remove ourselves from the song’s catchiness and ponder a more serious qualm.
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Studying in silence is just about the saddest, most unfortunate activity known to man. Fortunately, we have music.
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Studying in silence is just about the saddest, most unfortunate activity known to man. Fortunately, we have music.
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'Memories … Do Not Open' is a testament to their shamelessly brazen robotics, pre-packaged sentimentality that will inevitably pop up in house parties all year.
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'Memories … Do Not Open' is a testament to their shamelessly brazen robotics, pre-packaged sentimentality that will inevitably pop up in house parties all year.
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