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BERKELEY'S NEWS • FEBRUARY 03, 2023

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Kicking off 2022 with a much-needed boost of musical ingenuity, the release of Cat Power’s Covers could not have come at a better time.
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Kicking off 2022 with a much-needed boost of musical ingenuity, the release of Cat Power’s Covers could not have come at a better time.
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There wasn’t a particular reason for my hatred. It was irrational — born of childish whim and sustained on pure willpower.
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There wasn’t a particular reason for my hatred. It was irrational — born of childish whim and sustained on pure willpower.
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Young and Berul may have moved on from singing “Crazy Rap” harmonies at work, but they’re still bringing a fun approach to their passion for music.
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Young and Berul may have moved on from singing “Crazy Rap” harmonies at work, but they’re still bringing a fun approach to their passion for music.
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What’s here is some of the most vibrant, downright epic music Iceage has ever made, reaping the benefits of the band’s embrace of anthemic rock ’n’ roll.
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What’s here is some of the most vibrant, downright epic music Iceage has ever made, reaping the benefits of the band’s embrace of anthemic rock ’n’ roll.
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Oklahoma charmer Parker Millsap is bringing his Southern roots to the Bay Area next week, after the release of his new album, Other Arrangements. Reflecting back, Parker spoke to The Daily Californian about his start in music and where it’s taken him since.
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Oklahoma charmer Parker Millsap is bringing his Southern roots to the Bay Area next week, after the release of his new album, Other Arrangements. Reflecting back, Parker spoke to The Daily Californian about his start in music and where it’s taken him since.
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However, it soon becomes apparent that as Westworld veers further and further from its recognizable form, Shogun World is more familiar than it seems.
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However, it soon becomes apparent that as Westworld veers further and further from its recognizable form, Shogun World is more familiar than it seems.
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In the wake of the hosts’ revolution, this season of “Westworld” consumes itself with exploring a different relationship between life and death.
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In the wake of the hosts’ revolution, this season of “Westworld” consumes itself with exploring a different relationship between life and death.
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