The Week in Local Music News


San Francisco's The Soft Moon -- the solo project of Lumerians multi-instrumentalist Luis Vasquez -- release yet another haunting epic [via Stereo Gum]

Oakland and Los Angeles based noise makers KIT premier new video on The Fader [via The Fader]

SF Weekly breaks down the real Texas vs. San Francisco battle in their World Series of Music [via SF Weekly]

Throwback garage-pop trio Shannon and the Clams set to release a Christmas-themed 7" [via The Bay Bridged]

Tongue-and-cheek local dance duo Wallpaper capture a mobile performance of their new party anthem "Indian Summer" [via YouTube]

Bay Area hyphy elite San Quinn, Big Rich, Cellski, DaVinci, Roach Gigz drop "Black and Orange," their ode to the Giants [via YouTube]

Young Prisms premiere a new track and reveal the NSFW cover of their debut LP Friends For Now [via Pitchfork]

Apparently not even tickets to the World Series can get Melvins guitar god King Buzzo smiling [via Flickr]

Stockton's Craft Spells talk magic, Captured Track, Romantic Jamz and more with SF Weekly [via SF Weekly]

The San Francisco Chronicle highlights rising kraut-inspired trio Melted Toys [via The San Francisco Chronicle]

Local indie veterans Deerhoof set to release their tenth studio full length; stream album's tracks one-by-one [via Prefix]

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