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BERKELEY'S NEWS • SEPTEMBER 21, 2023

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Instead of recalling the likes of Willie Nelson or Don Gibson, At the Roadhouse fumbles at imparting any kind of emotion — a core element that made their previous records so impressive.
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Instead of recalling the likes of Willie Nelson or Don Gibson, At the Roadhouse fumbles at imparting any kind of emotion — a core element that made their previous records so impressive.
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Charming the stage at UC Berkeley’s Greek Theatre, Fleet Foxes set their own standard with the earnest serenity of their opener “Sun Giant.”
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Charming the stage at UC Berkeley’s Greek Theatre, Fleet Foxes set their own standard with the earnest serenity of their opener “Sun Giant.”
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The documentary’s power lies in its exploration of resilience, reconciliation and the enduring strength of family bonds.
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The documentary’s power lies in its exploration of resilience, reconciliation and the enduring strength of family bonds.
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Though the night of March 19 was heavy with drizzle and gloom, singer-songwriter Gatlin was armed with an exuberant set to open for Vérité at The Independent.
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Though the night of March 19 was heavy with drizzle and gloom, singer-songwriter Gatlin was armed with an exuberant set to open for Vérité at The Independent.
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With This Is Why, Paramore does not abandon its old sound, but rather evolves with contemporary times and infuses the unfiltered disorder of 2023 with the acute emotions of its earlier albums.
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With This Is Why, Paramore does not abandon its old sound, but rather evolves with contemporary times and infuses the unfiltered disorder of 2023 with the acute emotions of its earlier albums.
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Weezer’s 10th EP, SZNZ: Winter, takes listeners on a seven-song journey of despair, sadness and longing.
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Weezer’s 10th EP, SZNZ: Winter, takes listeners on a seven-song journey of despair, sadness and longing.
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Setting the stage for a band as revered as The 1975 is no small feat, but indie-rock and hip-hop band BLACKSTARKIDS emerged victorious.
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Setting the stage for a band as revered as The 1975 is no small feat, but indie-rock and hip-hop band BLACKSTARKIDS emerged victorious.
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Though varied in musical prowess at points, Beatopia still demonstrates growth for beabadoobee, capturing her independence as an artist in the digital age.
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Though varied in musical prowess at points, Beatopia still demonstrates growth for beabadoobee, capturing her independence as an artist in the digital age.
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While Storm Before the Calm is a cohesive body of work, each song manages to remain distinct and memorable.
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While Storm Before the Calm is a cohesive body of work, each song manages to remain distinct and memorable.
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“The great storytellers like Shakespeare, they didn't really do biographies,” Luhrmann mused in a virtual press conference. “They took a life, and they use the life as a canvas to explore a larger idea.”
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“The great storytellers like Shakespeare, they didn't really do biographies,” Luhrmann mused in a virtual press conference. “They took a life, and they use the life as a canvas to explore a larger idea.”
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