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Joe Jackson – Spreckles Theater, San Diego – June 18, 2016

Like many others there are certain bands, and songs that draw me back to very specific memories. I was 19 when Joe Jackson’s first album, Look Sharp!, arrived in the spring of 1979. Continue reading

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Wye Oak – The Irenic, San Diego – July 17, 2016

Wye Oak often likes to dole out its melacholy with a nice helping of distortion and feedback and these dynamics were present on this night… Continue reading

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Art Around Adams Part 5 – Mittens – June 4, 2016

Mittens play a style of indie-pop that looks back but still has a modern feel to it. Continue reading

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The Who Hits 50! + Slydigs – San Diego – May 27, 2016

Many of the songs like “I Can See for Miles,” “My Generation” and “Baba O’Riley”are much more than just hits – they help form the foundation for everything that matters in rock ‘n’ roll, both in sound and meaning. Continue reading

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Caveman – Belly Up Tavern, San Diego – May 21, 2016

Opening for Frightened Rabbit at the Belly Up Tavern in Solana Beach, was Caveman, an indie rock band from Brooklyn. Continue reading

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Frightened Rabbit – The Belly Up – May 21,2016

Frightened Rabbit, the ten-year-old indie rock band from Glasgow, writes big, melodic songs tackling complex and often uncomfortable topics Continue reading

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Neil Young & Promise of the Real – Rimac Arena UCSD – Oct. 13,2015

I got home around 1:30am after just leaving a 3:20 long Neil Young show and I wanted to learn a little more about his new backing band, Promise of the Real. I found a great article that went into detail about … Continue reading

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