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BERKELEY'S NEWS • DECEMBER 03, 2022

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Fresh off the release of its third album Blue Rev in early October, the Canadian indie pop band exuded an invigorating energy satisfyingly paired with signature nostalgia.
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Fresh off the release of its third album Blue Rev in early October, the Canadian indie pop band exuded an invigorating energy satisfyingly paired with signature nostalgia.
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They give everything to a crowd that seeks them out, a night to remember in technicolor.
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They give everything to a crowd that seeks them out, a night to remember in technicolor.
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Like the seasons changing, Straus’ concert ebbed and flowed between unrestrained yearning and comfort. Triumphantly reassuring, King Princess reigned over The Regency Ballroom with their heart on their sleeve.
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Like the seasons changing, Straus’ concert ebbed and flowed between unrestrained yearning and comfort. Triumphantly reassuring, King Princess reigned over The Regency Ballroom with their heart on their sleeve.
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If When We Were Friends provided a reflective snapshot of fading teenage nostalgia, the band’s sophomore album crafts a time capsule overflowing with apprehension for the uncharted future.
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If When We Were Friends provided a reflective snapshot of fading teenage nostalgia, the band’s sophomore album crafts a time capsule overflowing with apprehension for the uncharted future.
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Indie-rock band Spacey Jane consecrated San Francisco’s The Chapel on Oct. 29 with a musical performance that bordered on the spiritual. 
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Indie-rock band Spacey Jane consecrated San Francisco’s The Chapel on Oct. 29 with a musical performance that bordered on the spiritual. 
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Stromae’s production lifted attendees into another dimension — one where the ordinary is celebrated, tough times are acknowledged and language or cultural differences do not hinder our ability to form a community.
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Stromae’s production lifted attendees into another dimension — one where the ordinary is celebrated, tough times are acknowledged and language or cultural differences do not hinder our ability to form a community.
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Now, with their seventh album, The Car, the band is swiftly darting out of the fast lane and meandering onto a winding road of elegant experimentalism.
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Now, with their seventh album, The Car, the band is swiftly darting out of the fast lane and meandering onto a winding road of elegant experimentalism.
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Twirling under the glow of pink and orange lesbian lighting, MUNA had the audience of The Fillmore wrapped around its fingers the night of Oct. 23.
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Twirling under the glow of pink and orange lesbian lighting, MUNA had the audience of The Fillmore wrapped around its fingers the night of Oct. 23.
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While some dancing was expectedly choreographed, most of her dancing appeared freestyle — Rodriguez performed impulsively, reflectively, spiritually.
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While some dancing was expectedly choreographed, most of her dancing appeared freestyle — Rodriguez performed impulsively, reflectively, spiritually.
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