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This Week in Local Music News

The Soft Moon premieres the creeptastic new track "Total Decay", from the forthcoming EP of the same name. It drops on Halloween (of course). [via Altered Zones]

Iggy Pop and his Stooges cancel this month's shows at the Warfield due to a broken foot. Quit teasing us, Iggy! [via SF Weekly]

Homegrown punk Billie Joe Armstrong of Green Day gets kicked off a Southwest Airlines flight in Oakland because of his saggy, saggy pants. WTF? [via ABC7]

This year's Bridge School Benefit lineup gets announced, and promptly crashes their website. Still, it's a tad underwhelming. [via]

Sic Alps (with Ty Segall back in the mix) release a new 4-song 7" entitled Breadhead (Drag City) that includes a cover of Bob Marley & The Wailers' "Can't You See". [via The Bay Bridged]

Jittery post-punks Rank/Xerox release their first LP on Make A Mess Records, and it's awesome–recalling Warsaw and The Wipers. They play the Hemlock on Sept. 17. [via The Bay Bridged]

Psych rockers Nectarine Pie drop a dead cool new 7" entitled Dreamdaze on Southpaw Records. Take a listen to the A-side's "Chameleon". [via Positive Destruction]