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Aug. 26 2015
Funk lives on, generations after its renaissance in the ’60s and ’70s, and few artists have done more in recent years to keep that pocket deep than Los Angeles musician Damon Riddick, better...
Aug. 25 2015
If you search for albums tagged "San Diego" on Bandcamp, you'll find some interesting stuff. In this semi-regular report, we sift through recent postings and relay our findings
Aug. 25 2015
Mr. Tube and the Flying Objects are releasing a new album. No Wrong, No Rights is the first record from the band in nine years, following 2006's Listen Up, and it's being released in September, with a...
Aug. 25 2015
Of all the shows lined up after the Del Mar races this year, Weird Al’s is the one that got me pretty excited
Aug. 19 2015
Live performance is the essence of who Savages are and what they do. In a phone call from a hotel room in Italy between festival performances, Thompson explains that, for a while, it was the only thing...
Aug. 18 2015
Like the best country or bluegrass music, Ypsitucky keep their songs concise. Not a single song here surpasses four minutes, and none of them need to
Aug. 18 2015
Soft Lions have undergone a lineup change. Keyboardist Alexandra Pratt announced earlier this month via Facebook that she had decided to leave the band
Aug. 18 2015
As FYF Fest draws closer, more bands playing it are descending upon our city, and Metz is a band you have to catch
Aug. 11 2015
Last year, local indie rock quintet Cuckoo Chaos rebranded itself as Deadphones, briefly, with a new album and a new artistic direction.
Aug. 11 2015
Carrie Gillespie Feller of Ilya and Lunar Maps has started a new solo project called Hexa. Feller conceived the project when she relocated to a new neighborhood, where some strange nearby crimesincluding...
Aug. 11 2015
FYF Fest is taking place later this month in L.A., and a lot of its bands will be hitting San Diego. Cold Cave is the first, and their dark synth-pop sound is best heard in a more intimate, dark space
Aug. 5 2015
Circuit des Yeuxs new album In Plain Speech, released in May via Thrill Jockey, is also indirectly a result of Fohrs own soul searching about the role of an artist and her relationship to...
Aug. 4 2015
Anchovies get a bad rap. The small fishwhich occasionally visit our shores in massive schoolsevokes a strong, pungent flavor that can be a bit intense in heavy doses.
Aug. 4 2015
Since this week is our food issue, I thought it'd be fun to assemble a quick playlist of songs by San Diego artists that are about food, named after foods or have some connection to delicious delicacies...
Aug. 4 2015
Jenny Merullo is now playing drums for The Shady Francos. The band's previous drummer, Cameron Sisti, took a step back from playing music to focus on school
Aug. 4 2015
Chris Isaak made an appearance in Twin Peaks: Fire Walk With Me, but I've always thought of his music more like the unofficial soundtrack to David Lynch productions
July 28 2015
Nickel Creek is now a thing of the pastoutside of a recent series of reunion showsbut members Sean and Sara Watkins are still performing together as part of an ongoing monthly residency at Los Angeles'...
July 28 2015
Grant Reinero, bass player and vocalist in Stewardess, is about to debut his first film. The film is titled Bug, and it will screen on Saturday, Aug. 22, at Ken Cinema.
July 28 2015
Baltimore's Spank Rock made a splash around 2006 for some highly danceable hip-hop jams with oversexed lyrics
July 21 2015
Inspired and the Sleep is preparing to release a new EP. The new six-track release is titled Eyelid Kid, and it's due for release in October in CD and digital formats (a vinyl release is likely to co

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