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Wednesday, June 16, 2010

Google May Launch iTunes Rival, Rock Concert Injuries, Shred Guitar on Your iPhone

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Bono, your ruined back totally ruined our week
  • Bono, your ruined back totally ruined our week
Google may launch music store to battle with iTunes this fall. [CNET]

U2 had to postpone tonight's show in Oakland due to Bono's back injury. Disappointed, the Chron assembles a list of famous rock injury moments. [SF Gate]

Members of Oakland noise-psych outfit Clipd Beaks wander through local streets in creepy new video. [Pitchfork]

Check out 10 FBI files on famous musicians. (Sample quote: "LSD originates from San Francisco, California, through a rock group known as Grateful Dead.") [Death and Taxes]

Now you can play electric guitar and bass -- with lots of effects -- through your iPhone. [Wired]

Video: Cat Power and Vivian Girls -- as their joint project, All Saints Day -- covered New Order's "Age of Consent" at the Independent on Sunday. [The Bay Bridged]

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