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Friday, April 15, 2011

Music Links: PJ Harvey's Strange Headwear, Shannon & the Clams' Clothing Advice, Rad Female DJs, and More

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click to enlarge PJ Harvey photo by Ray Chavez/San Jose Mercury News
  • PJ Harvey photo by Ray Chavez/San Jose Mercury News
What the hell was PJ Harvey wearing on her head at the Warfield Thursday night? [Mercury News]

Sartorial advice from members of the incomparable Shannon and the Clams. [The Bay Bridged]

Animal Collective so beloved, no one even minded that it played lots of new stuff at Great American Music Hall. [Pitchfork]

Why club owners can be hesitant to book female DJs. [SFGate]

An advice song from Bad Shit: Don't buy Mission Street coke. [Uptown Almanac]

Pitchfork offers an overview of the thriving S.F. garage-rock scene. [Pitchfork]

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