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BERKELEY'S NEWS • DECEMBER 04, 2022

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If Allison’s 2020 release Color Theory was a haunting self-portrait of isolation and loss, then her 2022 project is a self-aware, supernatural drama that makes peace with a bleak future.
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If Allison’s 2020 release Color Theory was a haunting self-portrait of isolation and loss, then her 2022 project is a self-aware, supernatural drama that makes peace with a bleak future.
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“I always think about watercolor as a very fickle mistress,” Tivona said in an interview with The Daily Californian.
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“I always think about watercolor as a very fickle mistress,” Tivona said in an interview with The Daily Californian.
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Allison’s love and appreciation for her fellow tour buddies shined through the stage’s brightly colored lights, setting a heartfelt and community-oriented ambiance for the rest of the show.
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Allison’s love and appreciation for her fellow tour buddies shined through the stage’s brightly colored lights, setting a heartfelt and community-oriented ambiance for the rest of the show.
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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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