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Birds & Batteries Premiere Video for "Let The Door Swing"

Birds & Batteries Premiere Video for "Let The Door Swing"

Local electro-heros Birds & Batteries give us a taste of their upcoming release, Stray Light, by premiering a video for the first single, “Let The Door Swing”.

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Birds & Batteries and an Albino Alligator Tonight at Nightlife

Birds & Batteries and an Albino Alligator Tonight at Nightlife

Analog digital blip-pop band Birds & Batteries is joining the wildlife at the California Academy of Science NightLife event tonight, in honor of International Migratory Bird Week. Birds, Batteries AND an albino alligator? This International Migratory Bird Week could not get any cooler.

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Feelin’ It, Vol. 1: Tracks We Love

Feelin’ It, Vol. 1: Tracks We Love

Whether it’s a hot new track or a blasting beat from the past, sometimes you’re just feelin’ it. Here are nine tracks the Pulse blog crew has on heavy rotation.

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Four Awesome Budget-Friendly Concerts This Weekend

Four Awesome Budget-Friendly Concerts This Weekend

There are a ton of shows going on this weekend for you to sink you musical, marauding teeth into. We’re looking forward to these four budget-friendly shows.

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Homegrown: Birds & Batteries

Homegrown: Birds & Batteries

It’s inevitable, great bands go unheard amidst the digital noise. Technology has done nothing but exacerbate this. This weekly blog, featuring some of our favorite local artists, is an attempt to combat that digital noise.

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Noise Pop Preview: Birds & Batteries

Noise Pop Preview: Birds & Batteries

(Editor’s Note: In anticipation of Noise Pop 2011, Feb. 22-27, we’re interviewing several local bands on the lineup.) San Francisco’s own Birds & Batteries are playing the Noise Pop Festival on February 25th at the Rickshaw Stop with The Concretes, Psychic Friend, and Magic Bullets….

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