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CRITIC’S CHOICE Paula Fuga It’s impressive enough that Paula Fuga’s debut bundlesromantic R&B lyrics, roots reggae rhythms, and Hawaiian culture into a natural hybrid.
“Nose Flute Dub” offers just what it promises,

while “The Sun Will Rise” reaches even further with a proudly country guitar part. But best of all are Fuga’s vocals, overcome with passion and soul in a way that can’t be forced. When she sings, And no matter how I try, I can’t resist the thought of you, the pain in her voice pierces through a softly strummed ukulele. At its best, this combination of upfront sincerity and unfettered talent results in pure magic.
Fuga makes her first Bay Area appearance pocket option review on Friday, Jan. 25 at Jupiter (2181 Shattuck Ave., Berkeley), backed by fellow Hawaiian act the Girlas. 8 p.m., free. – By Nate Seltenrich
Price: free
Time & Date: Fri., Jan. 25, 8 p.m.
Jupiter 2181 Shattuck Ave.
Berkeley CA 94704

Berkeley: South
She’ll be making her first performance in the Bay Area with a free concert at Jupiter in Berkeley on Jan. 25, but it won’t be her first trip here. “I actually recorded part of my album at Hyde Street Studios in . The Grateful Dead recorded there, Tupac, Green Day … it was an amazing studio.

There’s a (sound) board in there that (slack-key guitarist) Gabby Pahinui recorded on.”