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The Week in Local Music News

7x7 favorite Weekend earn some well-deserved Pitchfork cred [via Pitchfork]

San Francisco art blog Fecal Face celebrates its 10th anniversary with a blowout at the Luggage Store and Mezzanine [via Fecal Face]

Stuff We Like: Our Weekly Editors' Endorsements

Welcome to the first installment of Stuff We Like, a weekly spot for us 7x7 editors to round up what we're into. Every week, we'll be taking our edit room talk to this blog, shelling out endorsements for our local favorites.<--break->

Here's what we're into this week:

Eventually, the sun will come out again. When it does, I will be armed with several bottles of 2009 Cep rosé. Cep is the second label from Peay Vineyards, and the rosé is made with Pinot Noir grapes grown in the central Sonoma coast.

The Week in Local Music News

Outside Lands scales back to two days; the L.A. Times ogles over the festival's endless food options [via L.A. Times Music Blog]

Local shoegazers Weekend shred faces at Rickshaw Stop [via The Bay Bridged]

Hipster Runoff questions the authenticity/meaningfulness of SF's recently launched Craft Bar [via Hipster Runoff]

San Francsico based krautrock-revivalist Tussle and Brooklyn's hyped duo Javelin host a danceathon at Rickshaw Stop [SF Weekly All Shook Down]

Red hot locals Man/Miracle play the Fillmore and release a new video [Via Ears of The Beholder and Spinner]

San Francisco rising folk favorite Emily Jane White gets the Pitchfork stamp of approval [via Pitchfork]

Shawn at Katarokkar announces the return of his comedy/indie-rock hybrid night Snob Theater [via Katarokkar]

Wallpaper get the Yours Truly treatment before their scheduled Independent appearance tonight [via Yours Truly]

Noise Pop News: Butterfly Bones + Man/Miracle Split 7"

We're still tripping off of Butterfly Bones' looped beats, and heavy synths from the last Rumble at Cafe du Nord just a few short weeks ago.

Listen Up - A Huge Week In Music: Birds & Batteries, Pixies, Tempo No Tempo and Many More

From old nostalgic favorites to up-and-coming locals brandishing fresh material, and famous singers fronting other collectives, all we know is that by the end of this week our wallets will be drowning in emptiness and we'll need at least another week to recover. You know that old saying, "You can sleep when you're dead?" We'll be utilizing this theme to power through this thoroughly heargasmic week ahead of us.

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