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The Deli SF's Weekend Highlights For 6/10-6/13

Of course tomorrow you should find yourself at the show we've put together at the Hemlock, and while that is a quality show there are still others worth checking out this weekend.

On Thursday the 10th (((folkYEAH!))) will be presenting Sleepy Sun, celebrating their CD Fever's release, at the Great American Music Hall with The Fresh and Onlys and Moon Duo, 9pm.

Head up the Haight to Milk on Friday for a night of shoegaze and post-punk with Here Come the Saviours and their good friends Everything Gone Green and 2;Frail, 9pm.

Round out your weekend by heading to the Independent on Sunday where the Young Prisms will be opening up for Real Estate and All Saints Day (feat. members of Vivian Girls, Cat Power and Delta 72), 8pm.

Don't forget to check out our latest Deli SF Presents show at the Hemlock tomorrow (featuring The Dashing Suns, Tokyo Raid, and Meta) and, if you haven't already done so, go vote!

 

-Ada Lann

   

This Week! The Deli SF presents The Dashing Suns, Tokyo Raid and Meta at the Hemlock!

This Wednesday! The Deli SF proudly presents The Dashing Suns, Tokyo Raid and Meta at the Hemlock! Come rock wih us and dance way the mid-week bluuughs. Wednesday, June 9th at 9pm $7. Do it!

   

The Stone Foxes release "Stomp" video in 3D

In anticipation of their third full length release, Bulls & Bears, San Francisco blues-rock band The Stone Foxes have released a video and a free download for the song "Stomp." The video is pretty amusing and the concept, inspired by the Mattel View-Master toys of the 80's, gives a context to offering the video in standard and 3D format which goes beyond the current trend of 3D everything as a means to market anything [have you seen the commercials for the new 3D HDTV? Ridiculous]. For those of you without two-toned glasses at home, the standard video is included in this post. Anyone wanting the full experience can go here.

Bulls & Bears is available in physical format on July 6th and digitally on iTunes June 29th.

-Nicole Leigh

   

Young Prisms featured on Daytrotter

"May Grey" seems to be giving way to "June Gloom" in the Bay Area. Two weather clichés that are about as inspiring as the overcast skies that haven't been tempting me to, ahem, call in sick at the day job. Luckily, this week I was treated to an unexpected surprise on Daytrotter when I noticed a recent session from San Francisco's Young Prisms. Four tracks spanning from "Dreamcatcher Panoramic" which was originally released on their self titled EP on Mexican Summer to "I Don't Get Much" from their recently released 7" split with Weekend. Their sound is the perfect compliment to the tiny rays of sunlight that occasionally break through the clouds throughout the day.

Young Prisms play The Independent on Sunday, June 13th.

-Nicole Leigh

   

The Deli SF's Weekend Highlights For 6/4-6/6

With the hope that your Memorial Day was eventful, and well memorable, here are a few selections for some worth while shows this coming weekend.

On Friday head over to The Rickshaw where Tempo No Tempo will be playing their last show ever with Born Ruffians and Young Rival, 8:30pm.

On Saturday, if you've never had the opportunity to catch one of their shows, make your way down to the Bottom of the Hill for the wonderful spectacle that is Captured! By Robots. Playing with The Dont's and Bobby Joe Ebola & The Children MacNuggit, do what you can to catch this impressive mechanical exhibition, 9:30pm.

Of course if a man playing music with a bunch of robots isn't your thing, then head up to the Hemlock that same night for an apparently re-imagined We Shore is Dedicated opening for Winfred E. Eye and Bart Davenport, 9pm.

Lastly, round your weekend out with Music for Animals playing the Indie Mart, with a roster of other acts, at Thee Parkside starting around noon.

 

-Ada Lann