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The band’s set at Bottom of the Hill on Feb. 23 harkened back to those simpler times, back to when people just kicked and put Vampire Weekend on shuffle.
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The band’s set at Bottom of the Hill on Feb. 23 harkened back to those simpler times, back to when people just kicked and put Vampire Weekend on shuffle.
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Read on for The Daily Californian’s coverage of — and superlatives for — some of the most exciting acts from this Halloweekend.
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Read on for The Daily Californian’s coverage of — and superlatives for — some of the most exciting acts from this Halloweekend.
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On Saturday, Aminé delivered a charming, gushy set, Vampire Weekend became the crowd favorite and Lizzo brought some of the festival’s best surprises.
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On Saturday, Aminé delivered a charming, gushy set, Vampire Weekend became the crowd favorite and Lizzo brought some of the festival’s best surprises.
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Like all great narrators, Nightjars’ vocal performance is soft and sophisticated when it needs to be, but it is the sheer rhetorical craft behind their songwriting that makes the EP truly sing. 
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Like all great narrators, Nightjars’ vocal performance is soft and sophisticated when it needs to be, but it is the sheer rhetorical craft behind their songwriting that makes the EP truly sing. 
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While it’s a tribute to a store that is no more, “Other Music” isn’t solely a nostalgia trip or a commentary on the rippling effect of the changing music industry.
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While it’s a tribute to a store that is no more, “Other Music” isn’t solely a nostalgia trip or a commentary on the rippling effect of the changing music industry.
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At its core, WIMPIII is still quintessentially Haim, but many of the tracks feature the Haim sisters’ instrumental talents more prominently than their previous work has done.
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At its core, WIMPIII is still quintessentially Haim, but many of the tracks feature the Haim sisters’ instrumental talents more prominently than their previous work has done.
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Music is a vessel to hold our experiences, our many selves. It gives us words (and a drumbeat) for every moment of euphoria and every strain of heartbreak.
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Music is a vessel to hold our experiences, our many selves. It gives us words (and a drumbeat) for every moment of euphoria and every strain of heartbreak.
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Every song on the album tells the story of a person in Leithauser’s life, an amalgamation offering an endearing look at the ways in which we hold our moments and people dear.
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Every song on the album tells the story of a person in Leithauser’s life, an amalgamation offering an endearing look at the ways in which we hold our moments and people dear.
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'Color Theory,' her second record, doesn’t stray from her brand, but instead elevates it with a soft and low-key yet powerful and emotional atmosphere.
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'Color Theory,' her second record, doesn’t stray from her brand, but instead elevates it with a soft and low-key yet powerful and emotional atmosphere.
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It’s difficult to classify rock and pop as two completely distinct genres — they undoubtedly blur together at some level of sonic scrutiny.
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It’s difficult to classify rock and pop as two completely distinct genres — they undoubtedly blur together at some level of sonic scrutiny.
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