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Friday, April 25, 2014

Music Links: Tiësto's Terrible New Album, The Screamo Revival, and Wave Goodbye to the Attic

Posted By on Fri, Apr 25, 2014 at 2:28 PM

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Future Outside Lands headliner Tiësto has just announced Kaleidoscope, a whole LP's worth of interesting new material opportunistic EDM garbage. [Rolling Stone]

Behold the screamo revival. Oakland outfit Yearbooks has revived the long-dormant musical offspring of emo and hardcore punk. They play at Gilman on Sunday. [Bay Bridged]

Adios! After a long run as a popular Mission dive, The Attic has closed. In the early '00s, it served as a springboard for many local DJs. [SFist]

Oakland youth program Green Guard Collective uses hip-hop for environment activism. [EBX]

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