smoking2
Aug. 29 2012
If fun were money, Keith Milgaten would be a very rich man.
smoking1
Aug. 29 2012
Next time you visit the land of the Pala Band of Mission Indians, tune into Pala Rez Radio 91.3-FM, a low-power radio station that's run by the North County tribe
iiwu
Aug. 29 2012
On M83's epic 2011 album, Hurry Up, We're Dreaming, main man Anthony Gonzalez split the difference between shoegaze and soft rock with heartfelt melodies, high-energy sax solos and cascades of...
music1
Aug. 22 2012
In no particular order, we give you the artists we couldn't stop listening to from 2002 to 2012
iiwu
Aug. 22 2012
Wednesday, Aug. 22 PLAN A: Twin Shadow, Poolside @ The Casbah. Hopefully you read our feature on Twin Shadow's George Lewis Jr. in last week's issue. A friend recently described his new album, Confess,...
smoking2
Aug. 15 2012
Josh Damigo is one crafty son-of-a-gun. A leather-jacketed lover-boy with goodly Christian values, the singer-songwriter offers up sentimental love songs that almost reach the point of being unwholesome...
smoking1
Aug. 15 2012
A community group in Golden Hill wants to launch its own radio station. Paul Broadway, president of the Greater Golden Hill Community Development Corporation, says he's looking into...
iiwu
Aug. 15 2012
One of the finest pop bands around today, New York City's Fun. explore deep, universal human themes with rich harmonies, rolling percussion and dramatic, soaring melodies
smoking2
Aug. 8 2012
On their new album, Let Them All Talk, the pop-rock outfit takes whatever expectations you might have, tears them into little pieces and throws them back in your face like confetti
smoking1
Aug. 8 2012
Another batch of San Diego musicians is getting ready to leave town. Neat Beats beatmaker Alvin Fenner will move to San Francisco at the end of the month, Aimee Sanchez of Divers will...
iiwu
Aug. 8 2012
Wednesday, Aug. 8 PLAN A: Branford Marsalis @ MCASD's Sherwood Auditorium. While he's not quite as famous as his brother Wynton, jazz saxophonist and composer Branford Marsalis still tears it up, as you'll...
music
Aug. 8 2012
The San Diego Music Awards are kind of like San Diego's own Grammys. It's inevitable that people will disagree with who gets nominated and who wins, but all the gripes and guffaws are part of the fun
smoking2
Aug. 1 2012
Even for fans of hardcore punk, The Locust must've been a jarring sight back in the late '90s.
smoking1
Aug. 1 2012
Indie-rockers Pinback are getting ready to release a new album: Information Retrieved comes out via Temporary Residence Ltd. on Oct. 16
a&c
Aug. 1 2012
Not that long ago, FM 94/9 was perhaps the most radical radio station in San Diego.
iiwu
Aug. 1 2012
YG sure knows how to get a club bumping. In hits like "Toot It and Boot It" and "Do It With My Tongue," L.A.'s wildly popular 22-year-old rapper delivers sweet beats, infectious hooks and sly, sex-obsessed...
music
Aug. 1 2012
Drive is nothing if not stylish. Directed by Nicolas Winding Refn, the 2011 film feels as brooding and dark as a classic film noir. The characters say more with their body language than with their...
smoking2
July 25 2012
In this brave new world of electronic music, you can build a synthesizer that responds to weather patterns. MIDI keyboards can control your computer. And an array of touch-screen, grid-patterned and otherwise...
smoking1
July 25 2012
Two familiar faces are bowing out at The Ché Café and The Loft, both live music venues on the UCSD campus
iiwu
July 25 2012
While Dirty Projectors are known for their brainy, difficult-to-digest indie-rock, critics have described their new album, Swing Lo Magellan, as their most accessible yet

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