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Stockton's Surf Club devotes tidal wave tempos, vocal harmonies to young love

No shadows cast on youthful quartet, Surf Club.

As Zepeda puts it, "we're pretty young, we really don't have any money, and we all have bills to pay." That's the point where people might give you advice, besides slippin' or not slippin'. When they played with the Soft Pack a couple months back, singer Matt Lamkin gave them some. "He was telling us to move out of Stockton," Soto says. But ignoring that kind of advice has worked so far.

SF Popfest Day 2

With Surf Club, Kids On A Crime Spree, Manatee, Dead Angle, Cruel Summer

Sat/26, 4pm, $10


3223 Mission, SF

(415) 550-6994

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