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Yuck
Yuck and fellow Fat Possum label mates Unknown Mortal Orchestra played to a packed crowd at the Casbah on Friday, July 29. Unknown Mortal Orchestra's rhythm...
Califone
A small but dedicated group of fans gathered at the Casbah on Monday August 15th for a show featuring Chicago band Califone and local openers Little White Teeth.
LIVE REVIEW: Obits and Disappears at The Casbah
Thursday, August 25, saw the return of Rick Froberg and his Brooklyn band Obits along with Chicago’s Disappears to the Casbah.
Handsome Furs at The Casbah
An extremely energetic crowd gathered at The Casbah on Thursday, September 1st to enjoy one of the finer tours to visit Little Italy this year: Talkdemonic, Suuns, and Handso
A.A. Bondy at The Casbah
A surprisingly full midweek crowd filled the Casbah on Wednesday September 28th for the AA Bondy show as opening act Nik Freitas took the stage.
Cymbals Eat Guitars at The Casbah
Despite the damp evening weather, a sizeable crowd filled the Casbah on Wednesday October 5, to see the much-hyped New York band Cymbals Eat Guitars, currently touring in supp
EMA at The Casbah
Friday October 14, EMA (the solo project of Erika M. Anderson) made a San Diego stop on her US tour at the Casbah.
Supergroup Wild Flag Returns to The Casbah
Wild Flag, the new band formed by two-thirds of Sleater-Kinney (guitarist/vocalist Carrie Brownstein and drummer/vocalist Janet Weiss) and indie stalwarts Mary Timony (Helium)
Bob Mould Wrestles with Memory of Husker Du in New Autobiography
With the release of his autobiography See A Little Light: The Trail of Rage and Melody, punk rock luminary Bob Mould lets fans inside his personal life and fills in the gaps o
Future Islands at The Casbah
Future Islands, a Baltimore synth band that is constantly on tour, took the stage to a completely full room. There was definitely a buzz in the air before they started.
The Sea And Cake Return to The Casbah
Wednesday, December 7, the Casbah played host to two fantastic touring bands: Lia Ices and The Sea and Cake.
The Fresh & Onlys at The Casbah
On Saturday February 25th, the Casbah played host to bands that place their guitar work at the forefront of their live show.
Cursive Return to The Casbah
On Sunday February 26, a festive crowd filled the Casbah for the sold out show featuring Midwestern indie-rock veterans Cursive.
Neil Hamburger
Little is known about comedian Neil Hamburger outside of the fact that he is, “America’s Number One Funnyman.” His acerbic one liners and off paced rhythm contributes to the u

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