Our Analog Migration party kept rolling Thursday in San Francisco. The FADER and Goose Island Beer Co's series made its next stop at Folsom Street Foundry, featuring pop-up vinyl from Oakland-based record shop Stranded, bottomless beer and performances by post-punk outfit Dum Dum Girls, lo-fi rapper Antwon and DJ Vin Sol. Those toasting to the 312 Pale Ale on tap were able to catch a ride home from Uber, but nobody was trying to leave early with Dum Dum doing their cover of The Smiths' “There Is a Light That Never Goes Out” and Antwon trying out his best Backstreet Boys impression mid-set. Re-live the night with our photo gallery, and check back for live performance videos from both artists and for all the details on our migration to New York later this summer.
Browse Photos from Goose Island Beer Co.’s Analog Migration: San Francisco with Dum Dum Girls and Antwon
Live photos from The FADER and Goose Island’s second Analog Migration Party in San Francisco.
Photographer Lance Skundrich
June 20, 2014
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