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BERKELEY'S NEWS • MAY 24, 2023

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Surfacing charts and selling out stadiums in Reid’s fictional timeline, the 11-track album, sung by Daisy Jones (Riley Keough) and Billy Dunne (Sam Claflin), is an attempt to realize the band that tragically bites off more than it can chew.
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Surfacing charts and selling out stadiums in Reid’s fictional timeline, the 11-track album, sung by Daisy Jones (Riley Keough) and Billy Dunne (Sam Claflin), is an attempt to realize the band that tragically bites off more than it can chew.
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Within Oakland’s Fox Theater on March 9, the Australian singer and songwriter built a space of respite from the latest atmospheric river that hit the Bay Area.
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Within Oakland’s Fox Theater on March 9, the Australian singer and songwriter built a space of respite from the latest atmospheric river that hit the Bay Area.
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Samia makes music awash with uncertainty and fissures about life and relationships, but her concert demonstrated that what pervades is her gentle confidence in a way to wade through it.
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Samia makes music awash with uncertainty and fissures about life and relationships, but her concert demonstrated that what pervades is her gentle confidence in a way to wade through it.
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Boasting her archetypal bursts of arpeggios during each song, Spektor was an entrancing one-woman show.
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Boasting her archetypal bursts of arpeggios during each song, Spektor was an entrancing one-woman show.
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Cyrus may be known for switching genres from album to album, but this time she refuses to stick to one musical style for more than a couple of songs. 
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Cyrus may be known for switching genres from album to album, but this time she refuses to stick to one musical style for more than a couple of songs. 
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Armed with a short yet striking setlist, the ever effervescent Wallice, dressed perfectly in pink and a pair of black boots, leapt on stage to kick off a carefree and exuberant night at San Francisco’s Bimbo’s 365 Club on March 7.
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Armed with a short yet striking setlist, the ever effervescent Wallice, dressed perfectly in pink and a pair of black boots, leapt on stage to kick off a carefree and exuberant night at San Francisco’s Bimbo’s 365 Club on March 7.
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On Ugly, released March 3, the medium is most certainly the message, with Slowthai’s post-punk-influenced performances adding another dimension of expression that no mere combination of words could ever do.
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On Ugly, released March 3, the medium is most certainly the message, with Slowthai’s post-punk-influenced performances adding another dimension of expression that no mere combination of words could ever do.
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In 'Red Moon in Venus,' Uchis derives inspiration from the divine feminine, exploring how the blood moon and its relationship with Venus brings forth a period of self-growth, reflection and honesty.
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In 'Red Moon in Venus,' Uchis derives inspiration from the divine feminine, exploring how the blood moon and its relationship with Venus brings forth a period of self-growth, reflection and honesty.
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On Feb. 27, glitter-clad locals flocked through rain to Fox Theater — though the crowd was originally searching for a nostalgia-filled night, Tove Lo’s stunning concert felt like a blessing from the future.
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On Feb. 27, glitter-clad locals flocked through rain to Fox Theater — though the crowd was originally searching for a nostalgia-filled night, Tove Lo’s stunning concert felt like a blessing from the future.
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Whether artists have already made their name in the music scene or they’re just starting out, Noise Pop has a place for all of them. Read on for The Daily Californian’s highlights from Noise Pop’s 30th anniversary.
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Whether artists have already made their name in the music scene or they’re just starting out, Noise Pop has a place for all of them. Read on for The Daily Californian’s highlights from Noise Pop’s 30th anniversary.
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