The Week in Local Music News


Oakland's tUnE-YaRdS debuts on the talk show circuit with a killer performance on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon. Bay Area fans rejoice. [via Late Night with Jimmy Fallon]

(((folkYeah!)))'s awesome Woodsist Festival at Big Sur's Henry Miller Memorial Library brought some of the best indie rock, garage and psych from the Bay Area and national scenes to the forest. [via The Bay Bridged]

SF soul and R&B musician Nick Waterhouse spouts his love of San Francisco and its record store culture on camera to Yours Truly. [via Yours Truly]

Bay Area MCs Kreayshawn and Lil B make the cover of SF Weekly as the leaders of the new wave of "insurgent" hip-hoppers. [via SF Weekly]

Outside Lands announces its day-by-day, hour-by-hour show schedule. Attendees start planning their attacks. [via Outside Lands]

We ask SF's Dominant Legs about their band name. [via 7x7]

The Board of Supes passes Limited Live Performance Permit legislation, giving local businesses a break on permits allowing live music legally without dealing with a ton of bureaucracy. [via ABC Local]

Oakland's Hunx & His Punx releases a cheeky new video for their earworm single "Lovers' Lane", directed by Grass Widow's Hannah Lew. [via SF Weekly]

"Zonked-out beat folk" maker Yalls, hailing from Oakland, puts out his first physical release on cassette, called "Germs", coupled with a video. [via Altered Zones]

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