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Jinx

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Mirror
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July
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Oubliette
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Celebration, Fl
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Sirens
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Adelaide
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It's Alright
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Rosaries
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Scream Queen
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Just Drive
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Siobhan
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Total Tracks: 11   Total Length: 49:40

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Marc Hogan has been occasionally getting paid to write about music since 2003. His music writing has appeared, with enormously varying degrees of regularity, in...more »

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A make-it-anywhere take on 2003 New York
2013 | Label: Slumberland Records / The Orchard

You can take the band out of San Francisco, but you can’t take the — actually, Weekend never sounded that much like a stereotypical San Francisco band in the first place. Their 2010 debut Sports shared aching melodies and cranked decibels with other rising Bay Area garage rockers, such as Ty Segall, the Fresh & Onlys and Mikal Cronin. But Weekend ran their sharply crafted songs through maelstroms of echo and distortion that more easily… read more »

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