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Friday, November 8, 2013

Music Links: Viracocha Closing, A Minor Forest Reuniting, and More

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The Flamin' Groovies have a new EP coming next year. - ANNE LAURENT
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  • The Flamin' Groovies have a new EP coming next year.

Funky Mission shop and venue Viracocha could close by February. [Mission Local]

S.F. cult-rock heroes the Flamin' Groovies announce a new EP and a show at the New Parish on Nov. 20. [The Bay Bridged]

A coalition of music industry folks, local teens, and nonprofit veterans are trying to preserve Sausalito's legendary -- but defunct -- Record Plant studios as a community music space. [SFGate]

Catching up with Aquarius Records co-owner Andee Connors about the reuniting of his beloved old math-rock band, A Minor Forest. [SFBG]

Go see bands at El Rio this Sunday for a good cause: Helping local audio engineer and activist Kyle Lesley pay for his battle against Stage IV melanoma. [Mission Mission]

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