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Friday, August 26, 2011

Music Links: Fong-Torres Meets Radio Valencia, Magic Bullets, the 19-Year-Old Designing Björk's New Project, and More

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Ben Fong-Torres meets the crew over at Radio Valencia. [SF Gate]

S.F. Symphony's Michael Tilson Thomas believes technology will help classical music stay relevant. [The Bay Citizen]

Meet the 19-year-old S.F. genius who's designing and building the apps for Björk's new album/digital project, Biophilia. [Wired/]

A brief history of Magic Bullets, who may or may not have played their last show this week. [The Bay Bridged]

Mister Heavenly wowed a smallish crowd with its "Doom-Wop" on Monday. [The Owl Mag]

East Oakland emcee Young Gully dropped a hot new mixtape, Hustla Movement Four, today. [Thizzler]

Lou Reed's lyrics made two dudes in Metallica cry. [NME]

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