This Week in Local Music News


oOoOO debuts a sultry new song called "NoWayBack" from his forth-coming EP, Our Loving Is Hurting Us, out on Tri Angle Records. [via Tri Angle Records]

Hyper punk wailer Ty Segall and LA-based White Fence announce a collabo LP entitled Hair, coming out on Drag City in April. We can't wait to have our eardrums shredded by these two, especially when they go on tour together. [via]

Howlin Rain will play the Independent on Feb. 18th to celebrate a big coup: Getting the industry titan Rick Rubin to produce their upcoming album The Russian Wilds. Locals Zodiac Death Valley and The Soft White Sixties open. [via The Bay Bridged]

Local venue Brick & Mortar announces its new Woodshoppe series, a free, multi-band showcase on the first Tuesday of each month. One of our favorites Wet Illustrated kick it all off on Feb. 7th. [via Brick & Mortar]

The Bold Italic gets dusty exploring audio equipment shops in SF, for all you vinyl collectors and audiophiles out there. [via The Bold Italic]

Based God Lil B releases his White Flame mixtape (following Red Flame, Blue Flame, Evil Red Flame, and Black Flame), which collects his cult YouTube earworms "I'm Down 4 Hire," "Neva Switch," and more. [via]

SF Weekly tells the history of Oakland's avant-rock record label that just won't quit, Zum Record Company. [via SF Weekly]

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