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Deep Cuts

photography by Misha Vladimirskiy

SF dance-rock buzz band Scissors for Lefty played to a packed house at Popscene on May 30. Brakes, hailing from Brighton, England opened the show.

SCISSORS FOR LEFTY

Hayley's Love Sick Mix


courtesy of Prince


Due to copyright issues some songs on this playlist may be reduced to 30-second samples. For the full-length tracks check out our 7x7 imeem page.

True Love Means Crazy and Doomed <i>Together</i>…

Greetings and salutations* film nerds and nerdettes. To all the sympathetic souls who volunteered to spring me from my weekend incarceration in the debutante’s damask-drenched dungeon, I’m proud to report Poppa H. finally escaped the clutches of his nymph suitor after nearly 36 hours in velvet-cuffed captivity. All I can say is thank heavens for narcolepsy. I thought she would never sleep …

Steady Grip

photography by Misha Vladimirskiy

When the Hold Steady, Illinois and Blitzen Trapper shared a bill at Slim's on May 30 it was an indie rock dream come true.
 
THE HOLD STEADY

Soul Man

photography by Misha Vladimirskiy

Self-proclaimed soul "rebel" Martin Luther played to a feverish crowd at Mezzanine May 26. Eccentric musician Cody ChestnuTT, who donned a Jimi Hendrix-esque cape, and Oakland songstress Jennifer Johns opened the show.

MARTIN LUTHER

Speeding Into Madness with Friedkin’s Bugged Out Lovers

Sent From: Murphy Hooker’s Wireless Handheld Device (4:28 p.m.) 6/2/2007

Greetings and salutations* from the damask-drenched dungeon of a narcoleptic flibbertigibbet whose insatiable sex drive, dizzy disposition and chain-smoking Chihuahua-esque countenance makes the archetypical female neurotic Annie Hall, look like Cher after nine Drambuie
cocktails …

A Spoonful of Indie

photography by Misha Vladimirskiy

Austin's indie super group Spoon brought their brand of perfectly-crafted pop music to Popscene in support of their new album Ga Ga Ga Ga Ga out July 10 on Merge Records.

SPOON

Holy Bird

photography by Misha Vladimirskiy

Priestbird, the NYC trio formerly known as Tarantula A.D., rocked the Hemlock Tavern playing rock n' roll with an electric cello and a double-neck guitar.

PRIESTBIRD

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