Terry Malts, whose weekend-starting anthem "Where Is The Weekend?" we're blasting right now, releases a brand new track called "Disconnect," off their split with Dead Angle. [via Positive Destruction]

New queercore band Hussyclub drops a video for their intriguing, synthy darkwave track "Straight Girl." We can't believe it's their only track so far, and we can't wait for more. [via SF Weekly]

Lilac debut a new song called "Shame," which'll show up on their long-awaited debut Christine. They play an album release show on May 26, with SF veteran Carletta Sue Kay at The Lost Church. [via The Bay Bridged]

Wymond Miles talks his solo effort Under the Pale Moon, a more straightforward pop album than his ethereal Earth Has Doors EP from late last year. [via The Bay Bridged]

Apparently the residents of Nob Hill hate that the Nob Hill Masonic Center is turning into a legit concert venue. They're suing to get the city to limit the number of shows there from 68 down to 54. Who knows what's next? [via SF Weekly]