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Wednesday, Jan 09, 2013

Steve Earle, Han Bennink and more San Diego concerts

Gregg Allman, Camp Lo and Mister Lies are just some of the shows we’re stoked about this week

By Peter Holslin
iiwu Mister Lies
- Photo by John Taylor

Wednesday, Jan. 9

PLAN A: Mister Lies, Matthewdavid, Room E, Different Sleep @ Soda Bar. Ooh, boy, Mister Lies is smooth. Following in the footsteps of Massive Attack and Boards of Canada, the young Chicago beatmaker mixes syncopated beats, organic textures and sampled sounds into somnolent, head-nodding electronic music. PLAN B: Gregg Allman @ Balboa Theatre. After all these years with The Allman Brothers Band, rock songwriter Gregg Allman has dealt with a number of ailments, and he had a liver transplant in 2010. But he still reportedly puts on a badass, soulful show. BACKUP PLAN: Lord Howler @ Bar Pink.


Thursday, Jan. 10

PLAN A: Han Bennink, Mary Oliver & Mark Dresser @ Space 4 Art. Dutch jazz drummer Han Bennink puts his surroundings to good use when he plays, often stepping away from his set to tap out intricate rhythms on the floor. Watching him will be one of the highlights at this improvisational performance, which pairs him and violin / viola player Mary Oliver with the masterful local contrabassist Mark Dresser. PLAN B: Camp Lo, Trek Life, Auditory Stimuli, Ross May, Sojourn, DJ Charlie Rock @ Boar Cross’n (Carlsbad). Hip-hop duo Camp Lo dropped their debut album, Uptown Saturday Night, back in 1997. To celebrate the album’s 15th anniversary, they’ll revive the hard-hitting beats and Blaxploitation-style rhymes of tracks like “Coolie High” and “Luchini AKA This is It” as they perform the album all the way through. BACKUP PLAN: In Motion Collective, Montalban Quintet, Mattson 2 @ The Casbah.


Friday, Jan. 11

PLAN A: Primitive Noyes, Psicomagia, Mystery Cave, Colony, DJ Hezus @ Eleven. Coming out of a months-long hibernation, local post-rockers Primitive Noyes are celebrating the release of a new album, Slow Emergency. They offer some wonderful sounds in the track “Hetch Hetchy Valley,” mixing colorful guitars with harried drums before closing on a slow, quiet note. PLAN B: Little Fowl, The Show Ponies, Podunk Nowhere @ Tin Can Ale House. Describing themselves as “an indie-folk band with Old Tyme Country tendencies,” L.A.’s The Show Ponies might initially come across as just another kitschy, Americana shit show. But their boy-girl duets, vocal harmonies and rough-hewn fiddle runs hit me right in the heart. BACKUP PLAN: Boy King, Hi Ho Silver Oh, Charlyne Yi, Mothlight @ Soda Bar.


Saturday, Jan. 12

PLAN A: Tropical Popsicle, New Mexico, Wild Wild Wets, Christy @ The Ch




 
 
 
 
 
 
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