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BERKELEY'S NEWS • FEBRUARY 08, 2023

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Vivian Stacy

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Beneath the Rickshaw Stop’s sparkling string lights and shimmering disco ball, indie pop artist Wallice opened her Dec. 8 show with a bubbly sweetness that perfectly paralleled the coziness of the venue.
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Beneath the Rickshaw Stop’s sparkling string lights and shimmering disco ball, indie pop artist Wallice opened her Dec. 8 show with a bubbly sweetness that perfectly paralleled the coziness of the venue.
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Soccer Mommy, whose real name is Sophie Allison, has perfected the art of carefree apathy, even while performing songs that are decidedly un-apathetic.
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Soccer Mommy, whose real name is Sophie Allison, has perfected the art of carefree apathy, even while performing songs that are decidedly un-apathetic.
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Twenty-five years after the release of its acclaimed second studio album The Lonesome Crowded West, American indie-rock band Modest Mouse is honoring its success with an explosive anniversary tour.
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Twenty-five years after the release of its acclaimed second studio album The Lonesome Crowded West, American indie-rock band Modest Mouse is honoring its success with an explosive anniversary tour.
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Punk teens in jester face paint wrapped around the block of the Regency Ballroom on the night of Nov. 30, waiting in anticipation to see alt-rock mainstay The Garden.
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Punk teens in jester face paint wrapped around the block of the Regency Ballroom on the night of Nov. 30, waiting in anticipation to see alt-rock mainstay The Garden.
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From the moment Sawayama emerged onstage in knee-high denim boots and a matching cowgirl hat, everyone was already wrapped around her finger.
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From the moment Sawayama emerged onstage in knee-high denim boots and a matching cowgirl hat, everyone was already wrapped around her finger.
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Jordana’s latest EP I’m Doing Well, Thanks For Asking illustrates immersive self-growth, one the 22-year-old singer-songwriter is continuously building upon.
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Jordana’s latest EP I’m Doing Well, Thanks For Asking illustrates immersive self-growth, one the 22-year-old singer-songwriter is continuously building upon.
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Brockhampton’s penultimate album is the culmination of 12 years of friendship, grief and glory, laying out in experimental hip hop the devastating consequences of fame on art.
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Brockhampton’s penultimate album is the culmination of 12 years of friendship, grief and glory, laying out in experimental hip hop the devastating consequences of fame on art.
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Blessed with musical talent in many forms, it’s clear that, first and foremost, bass is DeTiger’s tour de force. 
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Blessed with musical talent in many forms, it’s clear that, first and foremost, bass is DeTiger’s tour de force. 
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Despite his past success, the former One Direction singer now seems to find himself directionless.
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Despite his past success, the former One Direction singer now seems to find himself directionless.
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“This song has always been a result of feeling like ‘I want to be like somebody else,’ or ‘I wish I could fit in like everybody else,’ ” said lead singer Sydney Sierota in an interview with The Daily Californian. “In the past 10 years while doing music, we've really grown up with our songs. This song is one that we've seen a lot of people relate to over the years. Honestly, I'm still relating to it today, maybe for different reasons than I did 10 years ago.”
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“This song has always been a result of feeling like ‘I want to be like somebody else,’ or ‘I wish I could fit in like everybody else,’ ” said lead singer Sydney Sierota in an interview with The Daily Californian. “In the past 10 years while doing music, we've really grown up with our songs. This song is one that we've seen a lot of people relate to over the years. Honestly, I'm still relating to it today, maybe for different reasons than I did 10 years ago.”
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