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Wednesday, December 22, 2010

The Five Best SF Concert Posters of 2010

Posted By on Wed, Dec 22, 2010 at 12:28 PM

Before the modern art snobs chime in, by "best concert posters," we mean the most absurd and awesome ones we found at S.F. shows this year:

Dam Funk - July 1 @ Mezzanine:
Don't gamble with your funk. Go for the damn king every time.

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The Society of Rockets - September 16 @ Bottom of The Hill:
I wish I could look out the window every morning and see this.

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Melvins - September 19 @ Slim's
What Judy Syfers must experience when she's having a good shroom trip.

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Guitar Wolf - October 4 @ Bottom of The Hill:
The Japanese sure love guitar heroism imagery. First Boris and now this. Courage Wolf would approve.

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Craft Spells - November 11 @ Milk Bar:
Level 2 live music spell learned!

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