Phantom Bible: Oakland-based music bloggers Wiretap Music invite previously highlighted electronic chillers Phantom Kicks, My Bloody Valentine-indebted quintet Here Come the Saviours and promising post-punk newcomers Bad Bibles to Cafe Du Nord tonight for an eclectic evening of all local tunage. We have been paticuarly digging the aforementioned Bad Bibles just dropped four track demo, which you can currently sample for free over at their Soundcloud page. Tickets are $10 and doors are at 8 p.m.
Podcast 101: Get a complimentary introduction to the delightfully geeky world of DIY online radio this evening as the Richmond's Bazaar Cafe's ongoing How To Night brings online radio and tech veteran David Spark in for a no cover seminar on podcasting. The event promises to teach folks how to produce, publish, promote, and -- fingers crossed -- eventually monetize their webcast. Free event starts at 7 p.m.
Candid Camera: Explore the inner-workings of NYC's diverse fashion scene while getting to know one of the city's most eccentric characters tonight as the Castro Theatre screens Bill Cunningham New York, a recently released flick documenting the day-to-day happenings of the acclaimed street-fashion photographer and New York Times columnist of the same name. Shows at 7 p.m. and 9 p.m. and tickets are $10 -- sneak peak of the fascinating piece over at YouTube.
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