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Friday, November 18, 2011

Music Links: Hear the New Wax Idols Record, Kreayshawn Draws the VIPs, and Pondering the Future of Google Music

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Hear No Future, the new album from SF's Wax Idols, and check out their release show at Vitus in Oakland. [The Bay Bridged]

You didn't sleep through it: Feist didn't actually play "1 2 3 4" at the Warfield on Monday. [SF Gate]

Oh, did you want an $1,800 VIP ticket to Kreayshawn's New Year's Eve Show? Well, too bad -- they're sold out. [Mission Mission]

So Google has an iTunes-targeting music service now. Is it any good? You'll probably have to wait and see. [TechCrunch]

Lose your shitty earbuds and listen to music on something decent already. [Wired]

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