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Monday, October 15, 2007

Two Gallants, The Pack Top the SF Weekly Music Awards 2007 Nominees

Posted By on Mon, Oct 15, 2007 at 11:15 AM

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It's that time again. The SF Weekly Music Awards 2007 will take place at Ruby Skye on October 18, tickets are $10.

Voting ended 10.11.07, but you can RSVP for a free ticket at

Here are the nominees:

For the best in Indie Rock/Pop:

1. Vetiver

2. The Dodos

3. Two Gallants

4. John Vanderslice

For the best beats in the "Club night" category:

1. Remedy

2. Surya Dub

3. Tubesteak Connection

4. Saturday Night Soul Party

For Best Rap/Hip Hop Act:

1. Messy Marv

2. The Pack

3. Turf Talk

4. The Federation

For excellence in Electronic Music:

1. Miguel Migs

2. Christopher Willits

3. Tussle (Dude, when did Tussle's web site get all bad-ass?)

4. Eats Tapes

For their global outlook and International Sound:

1. Sila and the AfroFunk Experience

2. Cheb i Sabbah

3. Bayonics

4. Saoco

For music that moves us in the Soul/R&B/Funk category:

1. The Martin Luther Experience

2. Kev Choice

3. Jennifer Johns

4. Monophonics

For the most brutal Metal/Psych/Punk band:

1. Triclops!

2. Wooden Shjips

3. Saviours

4. Rock n Roll Adventure Kids

For keeping it classy in the Jazz/Blues category:

1. Ben Goldberg

2. Terrence Brewer

3. Howard Wiley

4. Wil Blades

For exploring new sonic vistas in Experimental:

1. Lemonade

2. Clipd Beaks

3. Borts Minorts

4. 16 Bitch Pileup

And for simplicity with impact in Alt-Country/Folk/Singer-Songwriter:

1. Emily Jane White

2. Willow Willow

3. Greg Ashley

4. Or, the Whale

Your votes determine the winner, so get er dun!

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