BERKELEY'S NEWS • SEPTEMBER 27, 2022

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What Huichica lacked in accessibility, it made up for in priceless moments where the personality of each artist felt palpable.
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What Huichica lacked in accessibility, it made up for in priceless moments where the personality of each artist felt palpable.
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There isn’t any one clear moment that rises above the rest on Green to Gold, no overwhelming intensity anywhere to be found.
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There isn’t any one clear moment that rises above the rest on Green to Gold, no overwhelming intensity anywhere to be found.
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If I make you a playlist, just know you hold a place in my heart. Compiling tracks into one perfectly packed electronic parcel is an emotional art.
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If I make you a playlist, just know you hold a place in my heart. Compiling tracks into one perfectly packed electronic parcel is an emotional art.
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Yo La Tengo brought to the stage a two-part set that exemplified the band’s progression over three decades of performing and creating music.
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Yo La Tengo brought to the stage a two-part set that exemplified the band’s progression over three decades of performing and creating music.
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The latest entry to the increasingly crowded Bay Area music festival scene, Blurry Vision Fest made a splash in its debut this weekend at the Middle Harbor Shoreline Park in Oakland.
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The latest entry to the increasingly crowded Bay Area music festival scene, Blurry Vision Fest made a splash in its debut this weekend at the Middle Harbor Shoreline Park in Oakland.
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From the jump, Yo La Tengo implores you to sit back, relax and see the power of beautiful music devoted to its listeners.
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From the jump, Yo La Tengo implores you to sit back, relax and see the power of beautiful music devoted to its listeners.
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