BERKELEY'S NEWS • SEPTEMBER 25, 2022

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Death Cab for Cutie’s ‘Asphalt Meadows’ sparks intrigue among moments of fatigue

While Asphalt Meadows is by no means perfect, it serves as proof that Death Cab for Cutie is here to stay.

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Brimming with irrepressible passion, Rina Sawayama is stage-ready on Hold the Girl. 
Brimming with irrepressible passion, Rina Sawayama is stage-ready on Hold the Girl. 
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While her previous releases were diverse but inconsistent — party pop songs, EDM jams, piano ballads and so on — The Hardest Part is heavily country-inspired, melodious and moving.
While her previous releases were diverse but inconsistent — party pop songs, EDM jams, piano ballads and so on — The Hardest Part is heavily country-inspired, melodious and moving.
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Soothing with intense melancholia and insistent cadence, Blood Orange embodies heartache on his latest EP.
Soothing with intense melancholia and insistent cadence, Blood Orange embodies heartache on his latest EP.
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While Asphalt Meadows is by no means perfect, it serves as proof that Death Cab for Cutie is here to stay.
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While Asphalt Meadows is by no means perfect, it serves as proof that Death Cab for Cutie is here to stay.
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Brimming with irrepressible passion, Rina Sawayama is stage-ready on Hold the Girl. 
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Brimming with irrepressible passion, Rina Sawayama is stage-ready on Hold the Girl. 
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While her previous releases were diverse but inconsistent — party pop songs, EDM jams, piano ballads and so on — The Hardest Part is heavily country-inspired, melodious and moving.
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While her previous releases were diverse but inconsistent — party pop songs, EDM jams, piano ballads and so on — The Hardest Part is heavily country-inspired, melodious and moving.
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Soothing with intense melancholia and insistent cadence, Blood Orange embodies heartache on his latest EP.
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Soothing with intense melancholia and insistent cadence, Blood Orange embodies heartache on his latest EP.
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Putting “all of himself” into the album, Legend presents himself ready to love.
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Putting “all of himself” into the album, Legend presents himself ready to love.
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Julia Jacklin pores over seemingly scattered past personal threads while tumbling through an impassioned kaleidoscope of present devotion and yearning.
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Julia Jacklin pores over seemingly scattered past personal threads while tumbling through an impassioned kaleidoscope of present devotion and yearning.
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Both vibrant and lovely, TWICE’s music withstands the test of time. The K-pop girl group’s latest EP Between 1&2 maintains the signature bold, youthful charisma that is the key to TWICE’s unwaning popularity.
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Both vibrant and lovely, TWICE’s music withstands the test of time. The K-pop girl group’s latest EP Between 1&2 maintains the signature bold, youthful charisma that is the key to TWICE’s unwaning popularity.
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Nicole is an assemblage of six reenvisioned original songs alongside six new tracks intended to outline Zefanya’s complex self-portrait.
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Nicole is an assemblage of six reenvisioned original songs alongside six new tracks intended to outline Zefanya’s complex self-portrait.
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Instead of topping herself with even nastier bars and stickier hooks, or even taking a sharp left turn into new territory, she slips into well-worn grooves carved out by her previous — and far stronger — projects.
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Instead of topping herself with even nastier bars and stickier hooks, or even taking a sharp left turn into new territory, she slips into well-worn grooves carved out by her previous — and far stronger — projects.
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Funk Wav Bounces Vol. 2 misses the mark, and it dully finds itself a dupe in the DJ’s discography.
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Funk Wav Bounces Vol. 2 misses the mark, and it dully finds itself a dupe in the DJ’s discography.
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