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Friday, June 3, 2011

Music Links: Apple Makes Cloud Deals, Amon Tobin Builds a Crazy Live Set, Free Show Saturday, and More

Posted By on Fri, Jun 3, 2011 at 4:47 PM

click to enlarge The new logo for Apple's iCloud spotted at the Moscone Center in S.F. - MAC RUMORS VIA BUSINESS INSIDER

Apple lands a deal with Universal for its cloud music service, meaning it now has a deal with all four major labels. (But it may be paying them hella cash for the privilege.) [CNET]

A sneak peek at the mind-blowing stage setup for Brazilian electronic producer (and S.F. transplant) Amon Tobin's upcoming ISAM tour. Here's hoping we get to see it in the U.S. [Wired UK]

The Wrong Words and the Parties celebrate the first anniversary of the Burritt Room with a free show tomorrow. [The Bay Bridged]

The Grateful Dead's Bob Weir explains that there are actually things to like about Shoreline Amphitheatre. [SF Gate]

The Onion A.V. Club explores Berkeley's legendary 924 Gilman: "Like a West Coast CBGB, only more punk." [A.V. Club]

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