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Thursday, February 9, 2012

Reminder: Free Party Tonight With the Jealous Guys, DJ Dials, and Yr Skull

Posted By on Thu, Feb 9, 2012 at 10:41 AM

click to enlarge The Jealous Guys in the video for "Miss San Francisco." Watch it after the jump.
  • The Jealous Guys in the video for "Miss San Francisco." Watch it after the jump.

My, my, it's been a big week, what with M.I.A.'s middle finger, that new Jay-Z and Kanye video, the quickly sold-out Hot Snakes show, and what else? We forgot already. Point is, you should come by our party at the Noise Pop-Up Shop tonight. For one thing it's free, and there will be performances by moody, forward-leaning S.F. rap duo the Jealous Guys, voracious local bass music producer DJ Dials (he of Change the Beat fame), and electronic/indie DJ Yr Skull, who's also been a conspirator at some of the local Epicsauce parties you may have been to. These are good soundmakers -- check them out:

The Jealous Guys:

The Jealous Guys | "Miss San Francisco" from 3qtr on Vimeo.

DJ Dials: Dials Remixes by dj_dials YR Skull: It's going to be a good time, it's free, and it's a chance to check out some local artists who might not be on your radar. So come by the Noise Pop-Up Shop at 34 Page St. (btw. Gough and Market) tonight between 6 and 10 p.m. and say hi. Trumer Pils is free for the first hour. Don't say we didn't warn you. ---- Follow us on Twitter @SFAllShookDown, follow Ian S. Port @iPORT, and like us at
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