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BERKELEY'S NEWS • JANUARY 18, 2023

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While Chip Chrome & The Mono-Tones is certainly The Neighbourhood’s strongest release since the band’s debut, it only faintly begins to show signs of a fully realized personality.
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While Chip Chrome & The Mono-Tones is certainly The Neighbourhood’s strongest release since the band’s debut, it only faintly begins to show signs of a fully realized personality.
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To borrow some terminology from the Carters, this year’s Outside Lands “was a fucking zoo.”
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To borrow some terminology from the Carters, this year’s Outside Lands “was a fucking zoo.”
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The first day of Outside Lands saw the most emotive, in sync, saxophone-centric and floppy sets of the festival. 
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The first day of Outside Lands saw the most emotive, in sync, saxophone-centric and floppy sets of the festival. 
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The first track of Ever Changing, “Kill Us All,” features critically acclaimed rapper Denzel Curry for a hard throwback sound — heavy hip-hop influences dust the vocals, a slight echo sounding as if the words were being spoken into an old-school microphone.
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The first track of Ever Changing, “Kill Us All,” features critically acclaimed rapper Denzel Curry for a hard throwback sound — heavy hip-hop influences dust the vocals, a slight echo sounding as if the words were being spoken into an old-school microphone.
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In between two Coachella weekend performances, The Neighbourhood came up to the Bay Area, touring for its recently released self-titled album.
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In between two Coachella weekend performances, The Neighbourhood came up to the Bay Area, touring for its recently released self-titled album.
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