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Friday, January 3, 2014

Music Links: What Do You Not Know About Cafe Du Nord?

Posted By on Fri, Jan 3, 2014 at 5:11 PM

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Read all of the Bay Bridged's Best of 2013 coverage. [The Bay Bridged]

Five things you maybe didn't know about Cafe Du Nord, before it undergoes major renovations. [7x7]

Bay Area acts that broke out in 2013. [EBX]

Uptown Almanac on Thee Oh Sees' departure: "If you decide you can't take it anymore, at least push off with some dignity. Because there's nothing punk rock about being smug." [Uptown Almanac]

Sales of digital music are down (!), but streaming and sales of vinyl have increased. [Digital Music News] Also, Stephen Malkmus is hilarious and hates Spotify even though his music is on it. [Rolling Stone]

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