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Barrio Art Crawl Feb 28, 2015 A self guided tour consisting of the open studios, galleries, and local businesses of the Barrio Logan Arts District. Spaces include include Bread & SaltThe Glashaus, Aca Gallery, and over a dozen more.  71 other events on Saturday, February 28
 
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Wednesday, February 25,2015
Music feature

The introspective epics of Yob

Oregon trio play massive doom metal with a human touch

By Jeff Terich
For many people, Mike Scheidt is Yob. Gentle and hirsute, he’s the face and the versatile voice of the Oregon doom-metal trio.
Tuesday, February 24,2015
If I Were U

GZA, The Church and more San Diego concerts

Six Organs of Admittance, Griever, Deap Vally and all the other shows we’re stoked about this week

By Jeff Terich
The greatest solo album ever to come out of the Wu-Tang camp is GZA's Liquid Swords. I'm not really interested in accepting any other answer.
Tuesday, February 24,2015
Notes from the Smoking Patio

Kodiak announce their breakup

Hardcore band will play one final show

By Jeff Terich
After four years, the hardcore / sludge-metal group Kodiak is coming to an end. "Thanks if you ever made it to one show," the band said in a statement on Facebook.
Monday, February 23,2015
Notes from the Smoking Patio

A critical look at the Kaaboo lineup

Festival has potential, but focus seems too narrow

By Jeff Terich
Ever since Street Scene ended its long run in 2009 after declaring bankruptcy, San Diego's had a music festival void just waiting to be filled.
Tuesday, February 17,2015
If I Were U

Zap Mama, The Pharcyde and more San Diego concerts

Capsula, Mac Sabbath, Body Language and all the other shows we’re stoked about this week

By Jeff Terich
Belgian vocalist Zap Mama and American Afrobeat group Antibalas are collaborating live in this special show.
Tuesday, February 17,2015
Notes from the Smoking Patio

The Midnight Pine’s song is featured on Bravo’s ‘Girls Guide to Divorce’

Plus, The Styletones call it quits

By Jeff Terich
Viewers of Bravo's Girlfriends' Guide to Divorce got a dose of San Diego music last Tuesday when a song by The Midnight Pine was featured on the show.
Tuesday, February 17,2015
Notes from the Smoking Patio

Griever make churning yet accessible sludge on debut

‘Our Love is Different’ is a powerful hardcore / metal hybrid

By Jeff Terich
Our Love is Different, the debut album by melodic sludge slingers Griever, has been a long time coming. The group released its debut EP, the brutally badass Inferior, back in 2011.
Tuesday, February 10,2015
If I Were U

Enabler, The Dodos and more San Diego concerts

Pharmakon, Swami John Reis, Trash Talk and all the other shows we’re stoked about this week

By Jeff Terich
There are hardcore shows, and then there are jawdropping blowouts like this one. 
Tuesday, February 10,2015
Notes from the Smoking Patio

Tin Can to become The Balboa

Bankers Hill venue undergoes some changes

By Jeff Terich
The Tin Can is becoming The Balboa. After a three-month hiatus from live music, the Bankers Hill venue is undergoing a rebranding and will reemerge in March with a new name and a new concept. 
Tuesday, February 10,2015
Notes from the Smoking Patio

What’s new on Bandcamp?

More digital releases from San Diego artists

By Jeff Terich
If you search for albums tagged “San Diego” on Bandcamp, you’ll find some interesting stuff. In this semiregular column, we sift through recent postings and report on our findings. 
 
 
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