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Live Review & Photos: Heart and Jason Bonham at Open Air Theatre, August 26, 2013


Heart

The two acts joined forces for a night of dad rock — literally



O&B Guestcast vol. 5 – Boy King


Owl and Bear Guestcast Boy King

Who’s in the clouds tonight?



Live Photos and Interview: Adrenaline Mob at Brick by Brick, March 28, 2013


Adrenaline Mob

The supergroup brought the rock to San Diego



Live Review & Photos: The New Kinetics and Dirty Sirens at the Casbah, December 2, 2012


The New Kinetics

It was a night of high-energy, female-fronted bands



Live Review & Photos: Everclear and Eve 6 at 4th & B, November 17, 2012


All photos by Alex Matthews

The two bands partied like it was 1999



Poetic Memory: The Burning of Rome (List)


The Burning of Rome

The avant-rockers share their influences



Live Review & Photos: Chris Cornell and Craig Wedren at Balboa Theatre, December 17, 2011


Photos by Sylvia Borgo

The Soundgarden singer played for nearly three hours



Poetic Memory: Fitz and the Tantrums (List)


fitz-and-the-tantrums

Sultry singer Noelle Scaggs lists her top 10 driving tunes



Poetic Memory: The Smart Brothers (List)


The local favorites share their 5 favorite wake-up songs.



Poetic Memory: The Old In Out (List)


The Old In Out’s Christopher James Carrol lets us pick his brain.



Poetic Memory: Cougar (List)


Cougar

Cougar, Madison Wisconsin’s all-foxy-grandma-instrumental-post-rock band, just released their sophomore effort, Patriot. Along with it came two starkly different—yet excellent—singles,”Stay Famous” (MP3) and “Foil Épée Sabre” (MP3, EP only). “Stay Famous” plays with old-school indie dynamics, while “Sabre”, a meandering folky piece, may or may not have something to do with fencing. You can check out […]



Poetic Memory: Kissing Cousins (List)


Kissing Cousins

L.A.-based Kissing Cousins, an “all female sepulchral counter-pop” band led by Heather Bray Heywood, began with a few modest EPs. Since then, they’ve had a song featured on Nip/Tuck and recorded a full-length album, Pillar of Salt. Kissing Cousins recorded Pillar live to tape—a rarity in today’s mostly digital landscape—with the help of Richard Swift. […]



Poetic Memory: Matthew Specktor (List)


Matthew Specktor

The 19-year-old narrator of Matthew Specktor’s novel That Summertime Sound has two options: return home to L.A. and a family that hardly notices him; or travel to the Heart of the Heart of the Country—Columbus, Ohio—and come of age. The novel is set against the Columbus music scene of the 1980s, and Specktor is looking to […]