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Friday, July 29, 2011

Links: Bayview Man Who Allegedly Killed Himself in Police Shootout Was a Rapper; Vinyl Is Sexy; and More

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Kenneth Harding
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Kenneth Harding, the 19-year-old man whom police say shot himself in the midst of a gun battle with police in the Bayview this month, was a gangsta rapper. [SF Examiner]

The CEO of Berkeley-based music streaming service MOG prefers to listen to vinyl. [Mercury News]

A playlist to get you primed for the (sold out) Woodsist Festival this Sunday in Big Sur (and most of the bands will be at the Independent tonight and next Tuesday). [See the Leaves]

Mission Mission is throwing a celebration of all things Mission with the folks from Hard French and 2 Men Will Move You at Public Works tonight. [Mission Mission]

S.F.'s Justin McCauley is a dubstep star -- but he's not quitting his day job. [SF Gate]

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