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San Diego Music and Nightlife

The Casbah

The Casbah is a San Diego music venue that's well-loved for its small atmosphere, cheap drinks and solid line-up of indie and alternative rock bands.

After being cajoled to return to the studio in 1992, Damon & Naomi (their preferred stage names) went on to release their debut album as a duo, More Sad Hits. Since...
...And You Will Know Us By the Trail of Dead's list of album releases is just shy the length of their name, but this (recently trimmed down) quartet hailing from...
Touring in support of the new album Arabia Mountain, The Black Lips are no stranger to playing the Casbah or even large festivals like FYF Fest. But Thursday night...
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...
British Sea Power is a U.K. rock group from Brighton, England that was formed by brothers Scott Wilkinson (Yan) and Neil Wilkinson (Hamilton.) The band has released...
Adult Swim's 2011 Ragbag of Jolification Tour rolled through San Diego on April 9, 2011 and featured performances from Dee-1, Killer Mike, Young Dro and PAC DIV....
Friday night brought national touring acts Braids and Asobi Seksu through San Diego, where both bands performed at The Casbah in Little Italy on their way to the South by Sou
3/2/2011: on stage, Alice Glass, vocalist of Crystal Castles, didn't appear menacing until the music began.
The package tour of Telekinesis and The Love Language hit Casbah last Friday, showcasing indie songwriters from opposite ends of the country with their live touring bands.
Captured at The Casbah's 20th anniversary, this music video gives you a taste of what Three Mile Pilot (sometimes referred to as 3MP) sounds like. The San...
A scene from Intervention. Will the crowd bethe same at Wintervention? When the rains fell this week, the enlightened management at Hard Rock Hotel San Diego turned...
There are so many sides to this city's music scene, if you but open your eyes a bit you'll find them. I have a thing for bands fronted by piano players, but they...
Many of us have driven by that questionable strip of Broadway between 9th Street and 11th Street and said to ourselves, "that sure looks a bit seedy". Some of us...

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