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Friday, January 17, 2014

Meet the Bay Area's Grammy Award Nominees

Posted By on Fri, Jan 17, 2014 at 4:52 PM

click to enlarge Amoeba, before it was Amoeba - AMOEBA MUSIC

The San Francisco chapter of the Recording Academy celebrates Grammys early, with nearly a dozen Bay Area nominees. [SFExaminer]

Oakland's Pandora Media faces new competition in music streaming services. [San Francisco Business Times]

S.F. Opera extends 2014-15 season to 10 shows, including one 5.5-hour production of Les Troyens. [SFGate]

The Bay Area music scene is thriving. Check out the best 14 local record labels and get an earful with a sample of each. [The Bay Bridged]

Doctor Popular boasts "Ph.D in Popularity" to back his legitimacy as nerdcore video game designer and musician. Destroy All Presets is an album recorded entirely from sounds produced with a hacked GameBoy Advance. [San Francisco Magazine]

Check out Amoeba on Haight --- back when it was a bowling alley. [Mission Mission/Amoeba Music]

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