BERKELEY'S NEWS • OCTOBER 01, 2022

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For the first time on a JPEGMAFIA release, the production can be described as elegant and occasionally euphoric, serving as auditory relief from the relentlessly gloomy themes.
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For the first time on a JPEGMAFIA release, the production can be described as elegant and occasionally euphoric, serving as auditory relief from the relentlessly gloomy themes.
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Music beat reporters Vincent Tran and Crew Bittner are here to provide you with a few recommendations of highlights you might’ve missed in the music world this past month.
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Music beat reporters Vincent Tran and Crew Bittner are here to provide you with a few recommendations of highlights you might’ve missed in the music world this past month.
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A distinctive convergence somewhere among folk, indie and pop, the EP serves as a charming departure from Day’s singular alternative pop persona.
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A distinctive convergence somewhere among folk, indie and pop, the EP serves as a charming departure from Day’s singular alternative pop persona.
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This is a short release, with only five tracks, the first four of them going directly from the lyric versions to their instrumental counterparts. But rather than becoming repetitive, the beats float into space, lifting away from their lyrics but not lacking in their absence.
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This is a short release, with only five tracks, the first four of them going directly from the lyric versions to their instrumental counterparts. But rather than becoming repetitive, the beats float into space, lifting away from their lyrics but not lacking in their absence.
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KKB eschews bubblegum poptimism for an unhinged new sound on its latest two records, EP TOTEP and album Time ‘n’ Place. The band’s new influences are varied: Lobban credits acts such as Judy and Mary, Sweet Trip and Citrus.
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KKB eschews bubblegum poptimism for an unhinged new sound on its latest two records, EP TOTEP and album Time ‘n’ Place. The band’s new influences are varied: Lobban credits acts such as Judy and Mary, Sweet Trip and Citrus.
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Six years since its forming, Greta Van Fleet is finally breaking the hard rock scene with debut full-length album Anthem Of The Peaceful Army. Its first two EPs were released last year, but this 11-song compilation contains a deeper look into the hard Americana rock base of the group.
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Six years since its forming, Greta Van Fleet is finally breaking the hard rock scene with debut full-length album Anthem Of The Peaceful Army. Its first two EPs were released last year, but this 11-song compilation contains a deeper look into the hard Americana rock base of the group.
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Bad Bad Hats is a band that likes to pose as uptight but never actually takes itself too seriously. Though the musical execution lacked flourishes, the straightforward playing style befitted the power pop ballads.
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Bad Bad Hats is a band that likes to pose as uptight but never actually takes itself too seriously. Though the musical execution lacked flourishes, the straightforward playing style befitted the power pop ballads.
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While the studio versions of the songs embody a laid-back indie rock vibe, the live versions sound like different songs entirely.
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While the studio versions of the songs embody a laid-back indie rock vibe, the live versions sound like different songs entirely.
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Though Blake didn’t put on a striking persona onstage, he easily won his audience over with his sonically deafening and visually exhilarating performance.
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Though Blake didn’t put on a striking persona onstage, he easily won his audience over with his sonically deafening and visually exhilarating performance.
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Ginkgoa blanketed the grove with tunes that sounded part Daft Punk and part Caravan Palace, with lyrics rapped and sung in English and French.
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Ginkgoa blanketed the grove with tunes that sounded part Daft Punk and part Caravan Palace, with lyrics rapped and sung in English and French.
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