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Sights and Sounds
By SFS Staff (Aug 17, 2010)
Breakout sets by Gogol Bordello, Phoenix, and Empire of the Sun, and an abundance of food and drink made for a memorable weekend at Outside Lands. More
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One Bad Motherf*cker
By Matt Crawford (Aug 12, 2010)
After more than 35 years, the Rev. Al Green is one of the few great R&B singers from the 70s still performing today. More
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Beyond the Big Names
By SFS Staff (Aug 8, 2010)
The Outside Lands lineup this year features plenty of eclectic acts to sate the appetites of hippies, hipster, hip-hop heads, and even punks. More
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Electronic Music Reviews
By noele lusano (Aug 5, 2010)
Our critic weighs in on the latest releases from Skream, Chemical Brothers, Orson, and more. More
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Released by Fat Possum, 08/03/10
By Jeff Kingsbury (Aug 5, 2010)
Rating: 4 stars out of 5.

From the depths of the darkness and the cold, metallic crypt, Dax Riggs unearths Say Goodbye to the WorldMore
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Beyond the Big Festivals
By David Johnson-Igra (Jul 30, 2010)
As San Francisco warms for its Indian summer, itís also the time for some of the hottest concerts of the year. More
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Fighting the Good Fight
By David Johnson-Igra (Jul 27, 2010)
The Ferocious Few are reclaiming public spaces and defying the law in hopes of getting their name to the masses. More
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Live Review: the Warfield, July 22nd
By Beth Grin (Jul 23, 2010)
A dimly lit stage drenched in blue light and smoke created the backdrop for Jack White and the Dead Weather at the Warfield. More
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Released by Fat Possum, 7/1/10
By Rachel Brodsky (Jul 20, 2010)
Rating: 4 out of 5 stars.

King of the Beach hangs onto Wavves' trademark distortion, but exposes catchy vocals and an obvious talent for layering harmonies. More
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Visually Speaking
By David Johnson-Igra (Jul 14, 2010)
Poetically painting pictures, vocalist Jon Philpot of the psychedelic Brooklyn rock group Bear in Heaven, has been honing his craft for years. More
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