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Axline Lecture: Alfredo Jaar Apr 23, 2014 The San Diego Museum of Art and MCASD present the 14th annual Axline Lecture featuring Chilean-born artist Alfredo Jaar, whose work, Muxima, a looping video installation featuring multiple iterations of a popular Angolan folk song, is on view at SDMA. 60 other events on Wednesday, April 23
 
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Wednesday, February 20,2013
If I Were U

Buke and Gase, Gary Wilson and more San Diego concerts

Meklit Hadero, Del tha Funkee Homosapien and Gary Wilson are just some of the artists we’re jazzed about this week

By Peter Holslin
Like a couple of post-apocalyptic troubadours, Brooklynites Buke and Gase pluck out some crusty future-folk on a couple of modified instruments—a six-string baritone ukulele called a “buke” and a mutant guitar-bass called a “gase.”
Wednesday, February 20,2013
Notes from the Smoking Patio

Jamuel Saxon disband

Frontman Keith Milgaten is moving to New York and focusing on solo project

By Peter Holslin
After eight years, several albums and countless hipster dance parties, the reign of Jamuel Saxon has come to an end. 
Wednesday, February 20,2013
Notes from the Smoking Patio

San Diego musicians talk about their favorite tunes

From My Bloody Valentine to Mumford & Sons, here’s the music locals are digging

By Peter Holslin
An irregular feature in which we ask local musicians about the music they’ve been digging lately. 
Tuesday, February 19,2013
Music feature

The Residents’ fans keep on believing

After 40 years, San Francisco experimentalists take on their most personal project yet

By Peter Holslin
Homer Flynn works for a company called The Cryptic Corporation. His main job is to serve as a spokesperson for The Residents, an avant-garde band from San Francisco whose members maintain their anonymity.
Wednesday, February 13,2013
If I Were U

OM, Transfer and more San Diego concerts

Mouse on Mars, DJ Vadim and The Colin L. Orchestra are just some of the acts we’re jazzed about this week

By Peter Holslin
The mighty Transfer will hit Europe with Black Rebel Motorcycle Club in March, but they’re playing one more show before they shove off.
Wednesday, February 13,2013
Notes from the Smoking Patio

Louis XIV regroup

Pop-rockers are hitting the road with The Killers

By Peter Holslin
San Diego’s sassiest pop-rock band are getting back together—sort of.
Wednesday, February 13,2013
Notes from the Smoking Patio

Chris Richards makes it rain

Exploring the San Diego-‘Weeds’ connection

By Peter Holslin
Weeds has been good to San Diego. In the past couple of years, more than half a dozen local acts have had songs appear on the popular Showtime series.
Wednesday, February 13,2013
Music feature

Meklit Hadero has a Nile state of mind

Ethiopian-American singer takes inspiration from the epic African river

By Peter Holslin
Any Ethiopian person worth his weight in honey wine would know the song “Abbay Mado.” A simple Ethiopian folk tune, it’s about a farmer who calls to his ox from across the Blue Nile, the majestic tributary that flows into Sudan from Ethiopia’s northwestern highlands.
Tuesday, February 12,2013
Sex Issue

A dinner date with Penis Hickey

Getting hot ’n’ heavy with the avant-garde

By Peter Holslin
As music editor at CityBeat, I sometimes feel like the belle of the ball in the San Diego music scene. Every band wants my number, it seems. Every band wants me to go to their show.
Wednesday, February 6,2013
If I Were U

Keith Sweat, Spider John Koerner and more San Diego concerts

OFF!, Gayle Skidmore and The Wailers are just some of the acts we’re jazzed about this week

By Peter Holslin
Step aside, Keith Sweaty: It’s time for the real thing. One of the first R&B singers to adopt the big beats and synthy hooks of New Jack Swing, Mr. Sweat has penned many a sexy jam over the years.
 
 
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