This Week in Local Music News


SF Weekly has predicted who will be on this year's Outside Lands lineup, based on Ranger Dave's Instagram clues. Stay tuned for the real thing, which gets announced April 17. [via SF Weekly]

Hard-playing and ever-touring psych-garage outfit Bare Wires breaks up after a mysterious series of disasters surrounding SXSW. Leader Matthew Melton already has his hands in a million new projects. [via Positive Destruction]

SF producer oOoOO drops his Our Love Is Hurting Us EP, and is pegged by Pitchfork as "stuck" and not being different enough from his two-year-old, self-titled EP. Yikes. [via Pitchfork]

East Bay rapper Lil B's much-debated, 86-minute NYU lecture finally went down on April 11, and gets reviewed by the Village Voice, transcribed by The Fader, and reveals the Based God is making a rock album with one of the "biggest artists in the world." [via Village Voice]

Live footage of Ty Segall and White Fence performing "Scissor People" from their excellent forthcoming collab album Hair gets provided to the eager public by the folks at Room 205. It kind of gives us the spins, in a good way. [via]

Magic Bullets celebrate their break-up and leave their adoring fans with one last video for "What Took You So Long" from their just-released final EP Much Ado About. [via Bay Bridged]

tUnE-yArDs debuts a new video from w h o k i l l  for "My Country," which was filmed with help from the San Francisco Rock Project. To thank SFRP, tUnE-yArDs has launched a Kickstarter page to help the nonprofit build a library of instruments for its students. [via PR email land]

One of the Bay Area's best envelope-pushing indie labels, Alternative Tentacles, gets some profile love from SF Weekly. [via SF Weekly]

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