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BERKELEY'S NEWS • JANUARY 18, 2023

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Otherworldly, each electric pulse seemed the prelude to a second coming, setting the stage for Jawbreaker’s reawakening after 26 years in the darkness. 
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Otherworldly, each electric pulse seemed the prelude to a second coming, setting the stage for Jawbreaker’s reawakening after 26 years in the darkness. 
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Doused in vibrant watercolor lights, Still Woozy transformed The Warfield into a punch-drunk ode to summer — the kind of balmy respite swollen from sap and liquid smooth. 
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Doused in vibrant watercolor lights, Still Woozy transformed The Warfield into a punch-drunk ode to summer — the kind of balmy respite swollen from sap and liquid smooth. 
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Riding off the release of her debut EP Off the Rails, Wallice dedicated the beginning of her set to her magnetizing brand of indie pop.
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Riding off the release of her debut EP Off the Rails, Wallice dedicated the beginning of her set to her magnetizing brand of indie pop.
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Diving deeper into the realm of the personal than ever before, Poppy drops one of the many veils that serve to distract her observers from knowing her true self.
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Diving deeper into the realm of the personal than ever before, Poppy drops one of the many veils that serve to distract her observers from knowing her true self.
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The album is a delightful listen where Misch’s talents as a musician go beyond the work he has produced in the past, pulling from genres outside the realm of R&B guitar.
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The album is a delightful listen where Misch’s talents as a musician go beyond the work he has produced in the past, pulling from genres outside the realm of R&B guitar.
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100 gecs is an unapologetic reflection of an unapologetic youth, a frustrated and angry generation who has seen its predecessors either actively destroy the world or do nothing to contribute to its survival.
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100 gecs is an unapologetic reflection of an unapologetic youth, a frustrated and angry generation who has seen its predecessors either actively destroy the world or do nothing to contribute to its survival.
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When campus senior Connor Killion first came to UC Berkeley, he was Catholic. When he returned home, he was a practicing Buddhist.
When campus senior Connor Killion first came to UC Berkeley, he was Catholic. When he returned home, he was a practicing Buddhist.
The crowd was smaller than the usual show at Cornerstone, but the enthusiasm of the audience filled the space just as much as a sold-out concert would have. Welles gave a laid-back, musically solid performance ultimately worthy of a packed venue.
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The crowd was smaller than the usual show at Cornerstone, but the enthusiasm of the audience filled the space just as much as a sold-out concert would have. Welles gave a laid-back, musically solid performance ultimately worthy of a packed venue.
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Aoki’s house music has stayed fresh and relevant. Despite the mainstream success he has achieved, he still profusely showed his love for his fans.
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Aoki’s house music has stayed fresh and relevant. Despite the mainstream success he has achieved, he still profusely showed his love for his fans.
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Bathed in pastel pink and green lighting and crowded onstage at Bottom of the Hill last Wednesday night, the five-piece Australian band disregarded the constraints of the tiny space and let personalities run on high.
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Bathed in pastel pink and green lighting and crowded onstage at Bottom of the Hill last Wednesday night, the five-piece Australian band disregarded the constraints of the tiny space and let personalities run on high.
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