Happy Hour: The week in music

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Thank you, Stern Grove, for being an affordable thing that still exists in San Francisco.

-- The 2014 Music Video Race, the competition that pairs local bands with filmmakers for the 48-hour speed-creation of music video magic, is now accepting applications from musicians and filmmakers. The filmmaking weekend is July 11-13, and the screening/party, due to popular demand, has been upgraded to The Independent on July 20. Yours truly will be one of the judges, so, er, make this tough for me.

-- The Stern Grove Festival, AKA one of the few summer festivals that delivers killer live performances without killing your hopes of ever sending your unborn kids to college, announced this year's lineup of Sunday afternoon shows. For the low price of zero dollars, you'll get such heavy hitters as Smokey Robinson, Rufus Wainwright, Andrew Bird, Darlene Love, Allen Stone, and plenty of other local stars, like LoCura, Vetiver, and, of course, the SF Symphony. Pack a picnic, bring a jacket (this is summer in San Francisco, after all) and get there early if you actually want to see the stage.

-- Here is an insane new video from A Million Billion Dying Suns:

-- The women of Warpaint stuck their feet in their pretty mouths, calling out Beyoncé and Rihanna for dressing like "sluts," then they apologized. Some people had some smart things to say about it.

-- Best rap feud ever.

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