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Reading of Terror! Apr 25, 2015 An evening of readings from States of Terror Vol. 1 featuring Ryan Bradford, Hanna Tawater, Rachel Taylor, Jim Ruland, Julia Evans, and more. 103 other events on Saturday, April 25
 
Cocktail Tales
Jackson Milgaten incorporates classics and finds from his travels
Seen Local
The second in our series on the artists awarded grants through the Creative Catalyst Fund
Nibbles | Food & drink
MEAT San Diego event with Dona Esthela and Javier Plascencia
North Fork
Popular Carlsbad spot has its own farm
Well, That Was Awkward
Local cat dad indulges feline feelings at San Diego's first kitty coffee shop

 

 
 
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Wednesday, April 22,2015
Music feature

Waxahatchee keeps it like a secret

Katie Crutchfield creates a world of lush, intimate songs

By Jeff Terich
It’s not all about Katie Crutchfield. The 26-year-old Philadelphia singer/songwriter, who performs and records under the name Waxahatchee, has released three albums of detailed and intimate indie-pop songs that sometimes feel like closely held secrets.
Tuesday, April 21,2015
If I Were U

Nikki Lane, Drive-by Truckers and more San Diego concerts

Lindi Ortega, Sir Richard Bishop, Matt Pond PA and other shows we’re stoked about this week

By Jeff Terich
Wednesday, April 22 PLAN A: Young Fathers, Mas Ysa, Taurus Authority @ The Casbah. If you haven't had a chance yet, read my feature in the April 15 issue on U.K. eclectic pop group Young Fath
Tuesday, April 21,2015
Notes from the Smoking Patio

aMiniature to play first show in three years

Band schedules one-time reunion show at Kensington Club

By Jeff Terich
AMiniature are getting ready to play their first show in three years. The group's last show together was in 2012, for Live Wire's 20th anniversary, and the first time the band performed since 1997.
Tuesday, April 21,2015
Notes from the Smoking Patio

What music bugs local musicians?

We ask bands what songs they never want to hear again

By Jeff Terich
This is a recurring feature in which we ask musicians to name a song they never want to hear again.
Wednesday, April 15,2015
Music feature

Young Fathers go pop

Mercury Prize-winning Edinburgh trio challenges the mainstream

By Jeff Terich
Kayus Bankole has a bone to pick with pop. In a Skype call from Edinburgh, the musician, who makes up one-third of U.K. eclectic pop/hip-hop trio Young Fathers, vents about the narrow conception in media outlets (radio, TV music channels) of what pop should be. 
Tuesday, April 14,2015
If I Were U

Ride, Toro y Moi and more San Diego concerts

Benjamin Booker, Ratatat, Ilya and other shows we’re stoked about this week

By Jeff Terich
Shoegaze pioneers Ride are playing their first shows in almost two decades, and they just happen to be making a stop in our fair city.
Tuesday, April 14,2015
Notes from the Smoking Patio

Shake Before Us plan European tour

Garage rockers cross the pond for 10-date jaunt

By Jeff Terich
Shake Before Us are headed to Europe. The garage-psych band are making a trip across the Atlantic for the first time, and will be playing a 10-date tour—including dates with garage-rock heroes Gories and psychedelic outfit Warlocks.
Tuesday, April 7,2015
If I Were U

Kimbra, Action Bronson and more San Diego concerts

Peaking Lights, Antemasque, Hills Like Elephants and other shows we’re stoked about this week

By Jeff Terich
Kimbra first made a name for herself singing alongside Gotye on his hit single "Somebody That I Used to Know," but I'm more interested in her high-energy, disco-fueled pop numbers.
Tuesday, April 7,2015
Notes from the Smoking Patio

Brujos Brewing and Ruines ov Abaddon announce beer collaboration

“Night Hag,” like black metal, is a dark and bitter brew

By Jeff Terich
Tijuana's Brujos Brewing is teaming up with black-metal group Ruines ov Abaddon for a special limited-edition brew called "Night Hag." It's a black IPA (7-percent ABV) that's "dark and bitter," just like the band's intense music.
Tuesday, April 7,2015
Notes from the Smoking Patio

What’s new on Bandcamp?

A round-up of new San Diego releases now streaming

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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