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The Week in Local Music News

Weekend and Young Prisms release their highly anticipated split 7" on London's Transparent Records [via Transparent Blog]

Partial Outside Lands lineup leaked; Kings of Leon, My Morning Jacket, Al Green, Gossip and Phoenix confirmed [San Jose Mercury News]

San Francisco Popfest 2010 briefly takes over area venues [via SF Chronicle]

Caribou and Toro Y Moi wow the crowd at The Independent two nights in a row [via Stranger Dance]

Local garage rock favorite Ty Segall preps new album [via The Bay Bridged]

The artist formerly known as Bye Bye Blackbird changes name; remixes fellow rising chiller Teen Daze [via Blackbird Blackbird blog]

The war on fun continues -- dance-friendly mission hangout The Attic threatened with lawsuit [via SFist]

Local music blog The OCMD claims cassettes are the new vinyl [via The OCMD]

San Francisco's favorite haters Uptown Almanac have some choice words for Live 105's BFD festival [via Uptown Almanac]

SF Weekly sits down with the bros behind local label Wizard Mountain [via SF Weekly All Shoock Down]

This Week in Local Music News

Pitchfork gives San Francisco's Bye Bye Blackbird and Oakland's Psychic Handbook some well-deserved attention [via Pitchfork]

The Bay Bridged talks fashion with local psychedelic music nerds Battlehooch [via The Bay Bridged]

Yours Truly documents perennial chiller Toro Y Moi's trip to San Francisco's Different Fur Studios [via Gorilla Vs. Bear]

Local post-punk veterans Tempo No Tempo use Twitter to announce their imminent breakup [via Tempo No Tempo Twitter]

San Francisco's Apache become the first band to shoot a video at SF General Hospital [via SF Weekly All Shook Down]

The Owl Mag attempts to decipher Ranger Dave's cryptic Outside Lands tweets [via The Owl Mag]

Fucked Up blows away the Mother's Day crowd at Rickshaw Stop [via Spinning Platters]

Thee Oh Sees release their staggering sixth full-length in under three years [via Pitchfork]

Great American Music Hall announces a memorial for famed rock photographer Jim Marshall [via Great American Music Hall]

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