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Wednesday, September 11, 2013

SF Weekly's Music Issue: Hear a Song From Every Artist Featured This Week

Posted By on Wed, Sep 11, 2013 at 10:55 AM

Kelley Stoltz at Grooves, where he's worked for 12 years. - MIKE KOOZMIN
  • Mike Koozmin
  • Kelley Stoltz at Grooves, where he's worked for 12 years.

This week, your friendly music section got to take over almost an entire edition of SF Weekly for our relaunched Music Issue. It might seem weird to say this on a blog, but if you're in S.F. or the Bay Area, we encourage you to pick up a (free) print copy of today's paper -- we made the layouts and photos pretty, and we want you to enjoy them. Here, though, we're going to do something best done online: Give you a sonic taste of each one of the musicians profiled in this week's edition. Click ahead for songs from local artists like A-1, Kelley Stoltz, Matrixxman, and more, as well as links to the full panoply of stories in this week's Music Issue. And then get yourself out to a show already.

The Computer Whiz: Holly Herndon

The Wise Emcee: A-1

The New Old Hand: Kelley Stoltz

The Upstarts: Deafheaven

The Internet Cyborg: Matrixxman

The Sludge-Hammers: Hot Lunch

PLUS:

Our Guide to Fall Concerts in the Bay Area

Life After Chuy Gomez

The Silliness Ahead in this Fall's SFJAZZ Season

Club Sound 101: What's Really Happening Behind the DJ Booth

Sound Cities: New Bay Area Music Festivals

... and more

-- @iPORT


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