This Week in Local Music News


Sleepy Sun debut a Floydian new track, "Stivey Pond," from their upcoming album Spine Hits. Singer Brett Constantino's voice has never sounded better. [via Consequence of Sound]

Girls unveil a heartbreaking video for their track "My Ma" that makes us yearn for our own moms. [via Stereogum]

Wooden Shjips release a Remix EP on Thrill Jockey, which pushes the boundaries of their already insanely psychedelic jams to the next level. It features remixes by Andrew Weatherall and Pete Kember of Spaceman 3. [via The Bay Bridged]

Burger Boogaloo organizers announce a ton of band additions to their yearly bash at Thee Parkside, plus ticketing info if you're ready to commit to a full weekend of nonstop rock n roll. [via Facebook]

Oakland punks High Castle gets intimate about the East Bay's warehouse scene, getting inspired by sci-fi and changing from a noise band to a rock band. [via SF Weekly]

Green Day have been working a follow up to their smash 21st Century Breakdown, and they've been taking pains to assure everyone that it won't be another politically charged album. In fact, they describe it as the first time they've ever sung about "f*cking." [via SF Weekly]

Oakland crunk masters Wallpaper. perform the semi-goofy "Best Song Everr" on Jimmy Kimmel Live and get the studio audience....fist pumping?. [via YouTube]

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