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Music of Zimbabwe Apr 21, 2014 Part of the SDSU World Music Series, San Diego-based ensemble Zimbeat performs the dynamic village music of Zimbabwe, Africa. 47 other events on Monday, April 21
 
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Tuesday, March 26,2013
Music

Iceage has a brutal mystique

Copenhagen punks are open to interpretation

By Jeff Terich
Some performers choose to embrace openness. And then there's Copenhagen punks Iceage. Maintaining a healthy level of ambiguity, they never reveal too much at once. 
Wednesday, March 20,2013
Music

For Hills Like Elephants, it’s anything but Swift

Local rockers explore the realm between indie and pop

By Peter Holslin
Hills Like Elephants—Davenport (keyboards, vocals), Armerding (guitar), Gregory Theilmann (synth, guitar), Daniel Gallo (bass), David Tye (drums)—is the type of band that fits comfortably in the space between “indie” and “pop.” 
Tuesday, March 12,2013
Music

Merchandise’s extreme midnight

Florida indie-rockers get extra-dark on their new album

By Jeff Terich
Back in 2009, the members of the Tampa outfit—Carson Cox, Pat Brady and Dave Vassalotti—began recording and releasing 7-inches and cassettes of fuzzy post-punk songs, with titles like Gone Are the Silk Gardens of Youth and Terminal Jagger Jane's Addiction Box Set.
 
 
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