The Week in Local Music News


Psychic Handbook talks Blue Velvet, inner peace and West Oakland with the San Francisco Chronicle [via San Francisco Chronicle]

San Francisco newest live music space Public Works opens in the Mission; Mount Kimbie, Mary Anne Hobbs and Party Effects and more lined up for the club's inaugural weekend [via Public Works]

S.F and L.A.-based shoegazers Film School get some Pitchfork props [via Pitchfork]

Kata Rokkar sits down with metal legends Anvil [via Kata Rokkar]

Yours Truly captures UK beatmaker Gold Panda live in the Lower Haight [Yours Truly]

We confess our love for The Fresh & Onlys [via 7x7]

Attention nameless local bedroom producers -- your problems are solved [via Gorilla Vs. Bear]

Tamaryn releases a hazy video for their new single “Love Fade” [via Weekly Tape Deck]

The Red Devil Lounge dubs itself the "iPhone of Nightclubs" -- four full bars, but crappy service [via SF Weekly]

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