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Wednesday, December 12, 2007

"Get on Your Grind!" — Wednesday is HuMP3 Day: SF Weekly's Music Section Streamed

Posted By on Wed, Dec 12, 2007 at 9:41 AM

Today we proudly display the first iteration of HuMP3 Day, wherein you hear all the music we write about in the print edition. Novel concept, no? Music gathered by Oscar Medina. (Want to be a part of HuMP3 Day? E-mail us at, subject: HuMP3 Day.) Seventies funk icon Darondo talks limos, ladies, and his Bay Area legacy. By Sam Chennault. Click the button for a stream of "Didn't I"

The infamy rollercoaster that is R. Kelly's life, By Tamara Palmer. Click the button for a stream of the "Ignition Remix".

CD reviews: Sigur Rós by Michael Alan Goldberg. "Salka".

Saga of the Simian Samurai by Jonah Flicker. Click on the button to hear "Roota to the Toota"

Tom Middleton by Ernest Barteldes Download "Shinkansen" Four-time Grammy nominee Mike Stern brings jazz guitar greatness to Yoshi's. Click on the button to listen to a stream of "Good Question"

The Office by J. Niimi. "The Big Bang Jump!"

Blue Scholars by David MacFadden-Elliott. "North By Northwest"

The Coup by Tamara Palmer. "My Favorite Mutiny"

Richard Hawley by Michael D. Ayers. "Can You Hear the Rain?"

Tiefschwarz: German brothers bring down the (electro) house. "Ghostrak Shonky Remix".

(HuMP3 Day hits every Wednesday at 10 a.m., for all you early-bird motherfuckers.)
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