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Friday, November 11, 2011

Music Links: Talking to Noel Gallagher About the Bay Area, Evaluating the City's Entertainment Commission, and More

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click to enlarge Hear Churches' "Save Me," below.
  • Hear Churches' "Save Me," below.

Is SF nightlife safer after the Entertainment Commission? [SF Gate]

Live 105 Music Director Aaron Axelsen interviews Noel Gallagher, gets him telling good old Bay Area rock stories. [Live 105]

Turns out even a free Ty Segall show can't make Drambuie taste good. [Mission Mission]

In praise of mix-sharing site 8tracks, plus a nice little SF rock mix. [The Bold Italic]

Hear "Save Me," the gritty new song from Churches, a project of ex-Port O'Brien member Caleb Nichols. [The Bay Bridged]

Don't forget about the big-deal KUSF rock 'n' swap meet this weekend! [KUSF]

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