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BERKELEY'S NEWS • JANUARY 17, 2023

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Now, his third full-length project Smithereens, released Nov. 4, finds Joji inconsistent and disorganized as he continues down a path to finetune his artistic identity.
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Now, his third full-length project Smithereens, released Nov. 4, finds Joji inconsistent and disorganized as he continues down a path to finetune his artistic identity.
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On Sept. 2, Joji transformed the auditorium into a utopia transcending time, where fans floated on luscious clouds listening to his ethereal melodies.
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On Sept. 2, Joji transformed the auditorium into a utopia transcending time, where fans floated on luscious clouds listening to his ethereal melodies.
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“Glimpse of Us” is hauntingly beautiful, a ballad telling a wretched story of intertwining love and longing.
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“Glimpse of Us” is hauntingly beautiful, a ballad telling a wretched story of intertwining love and longing.
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On Nov. 21, the young artist graced the stage of The Warfield Theatre in San Francisco, bridging spontaneous energy with songs reminiscent of heartbreak.
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On Nov. 21, the young artist graced the stage of The Warfield Theatre in San Francisco, bridging spontaneous energy with songs reminiscent of heartbreak.
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Head in the Clouds 2021 proved itself the strongest iteration yet of one of the newest festivals to emerge in the Los Angeles area.
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Head in the Clouds 2021 proved itself the strongest iteration yet of one of the newest festivals to emerge in the Los Angeles area.
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Some of the most unique performances of the day came from exhilarated rookie acts wanting everyone to simply have a good time.
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Some of the most unique performances of the day came from exhilarated rookie acts wanting everyone to simply have a good time.
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Many of the event’s performances and interspersed comedic segments started off on a high note, and yet, by the end, they fell flat.
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Many of the event’s performances and interspersed comedic segments started off on a high note, and yet, by the end, they fell flat.
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On Oct. 31, music from hip-hop heavyweights like Drake and Run The Jewels was relegated to background music for 88rising’s final stop on the “88 Degrees and Rising” tour. Focused on but not limited to representing Asian and Asian American artists, the part-media company, part-record label set out on tour in September.
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On Oct. 31, music from hip-hop heavyweights like Drake and Run The Jewels was relegated to background music for 88rising’s final stop on the “88 Degrees and Rising” tour. Focused on but not limited to representing Asian and Asian American artists, the part-media company, part-record label set out on tour in September.
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The latest entry to the increasingly crowded Bay Area music festival scene, Blurry Vision Fest made a splash in its debut this weekend at the Middle Harbor Shoreline Park in Oakland.
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The latest entry to the increasingly crowded Bay Area music festival scene, Blurry Vision Fest made a splash in its debut this weekend at the Middle Harbor Shoreline Park in Oakland.
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Music had always been a passion for George "Joji" Miller that ran underneath all the meme side projects and personas — including Filthy Frank and Pink Guy.
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Music had always been a passion for George "Joji" Miller that ran underneath all the meme side projects and personas — including Filthy Frank and Pink Guy.
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