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Live Photos: Mr. Tube and the Flying Objects at Soda Bar, August 5, 2011

Photos by Chris Maroulakos

On Friday, the veterans of Mr. Tube and the Flying Objects assembled at Soda Bar to show the crowd how it’s done. The band is comprised of an impressive lineup of San Diego ringers, whose other projects reportedly* include Black Heart Procession, Bartenders Bible, Goodbye Blue Monday, Lumps, The Album Leaf, The Hot Moon, Regressions, Ugly Casanova, Three Mile Pilot, Lady Dottie and the Diamonds, Canaveral, Manuok, Sara Lov, Via Satellite, Milestone, John Meeks, Comfortable For You, MNML, Butch Wax Duo, and 7th Day Buskers. Fronted by Pall Jenkins, the supergroup played with a relaxed skill that conveyed its talent and experience. You can check out photos of the show below.

* = We’re way too lazy to confirm all of that. Continue reading…

Live Photos: J Mascis and the Black Heart Procession at the Casbah, May 7, 2011

Photos by Natalie Kardos

Last Saturday night, after an intense (and dimly lit) opening set by The Black Heart Procession, J Mascis took the stage alone. With only an acoustic guitar and a small half-circle of monitors and amps – which seemed paltry compared to his customary wall of Marshall stacks – he performed songs off his new record, Several Shades of Why, as well as a few Dinosaur Jr. tunes. As he effortlessly bent the strings of his acoustic guitar during one solo after another, he also proceeded to show the crowd that he was a better at guitar than any of us could ever hope to be. Continue reading…