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San Diego Music and Nightlife

Los Angeles rap collective Odd Future Wolf Gang Kill Them All have been on a hot streak in recent months, with the blogosphere lighting up the internet on this...
Coachella Announces Two Consecutive Weekends in 2012
In an unprecedented move Goldenvoice Entertainment announced that the 2012 Coachella Valley Music And Arts Festival will be held over two consecutive weekends...
On their debut LP, Twister, Country Mice open up with a slightly bored and predictable indie-rock arpeggio, pinging up and down the scale a few times to reassure...
Formed out of the ashes of legendary stoner rock band Kyuss, Queens of the Stone Age is positive proof that strange and unique things do grow in the desert. Growing...
With the release of their sophomore album, Safari Disco Club. French dance-pop trio, Yelle embarked on a recent tour of North America that brought them through The...
On Starting From Nowhere, the debut album from Heidecker and Wood, Tim Heidecker teams up with Davin Wood to craft an album's worth of easy listening AM Gold tunes...
Local indie stalwarts Pinback recently wrapped up a month long tour with a sold out show at The Belly Up Tavern in Solana Beach on May 13, 2011. Starting in...
Charles Bradley is a renaissance man. Part singer, dancer, cook and shaman; he's lived a storied life that has taken him across the country and around the globe....
Ground-breaking artist and former notorious San Diego resident, Shepard Fairey is the director behind Death Cab For Cutie's latest music video, "Home Is A Fire"
This Sunday The Hard Rock Hotel hosts their weekly Intervention party with a performance from notorious U.K. DJ's The EC Twins. The EC Twins are brothers Marc and...
Cheeseburger is a Brooklyn-based rock band that has built a following around in New York City with their classic sound and haphazard live shows.
It's taken three years for This Will Destroy You to follow up their self-titled studio debut, and since then the few tracks on EPs such asField Studies have been...
Her name was Shevell/And she called herself Lil...but everyone knew her as Nancy. And we'll all know the name Nancy Shevell – the one that snagged the cute Beatle.
The year was 1996. Grunge music was on the decline, Bill Clinton was still in office, and San Diego's only married news team, Jagger and Kristi had not yet met. But...
I had seen Chris Cornell, the singer of Soundgarden and Audioslave, on two occasions. One show was at the House of Blues downtown. It was horrible.

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