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Birds & Batteries Release 'Panorama:' Sneak a Listen

Hot off the heels of their 2009 EP, Birds & Batteries had everyone from the likes of Pitchfork and Rolling Stone buzzing. With praises like, “[Up To No Good is] a bit like a high-concept mashup, this fusion of two of the slickest eras of pop production produces some polished results,” we couldn’t help but perch on the edge of our seat waiting for their next move.

SF's John Vanderslice takes 'Names,' kicks out a new CD

John Vanderslice just might be one of the less-appreciated natural resources in the city’s indie scene. The man is whip-smart, writes a mean pop song, crafts a complex lyric, and runs the gritty-fabulous Tiny Telephone, the all-analog decade-old recording studio at the bubbling borderlands of Potrero Hill, the Mission, and the 101-280 interchange (a neighbor for years with the internationally renowned, blow-‘em-up-real-good DIY-robotics crew of Survival Research Laboratories).

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