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Live Review: FYF Fest, August 24-25, 2013, Los Angeles


Les Savy Fav

Our review of FYF Fest, or, how Karen O is like an exotic punk-rock toucan



Live Review: Youth Lagoon and Lady Lazarus at the Irenic, April 16, 2013


Youth Lagoon

Youth Lagoon defied expectations at their San Diego show



Poetic Memory: The Very (List)


The Very

The San Diego band has an anti-power chord policy



Owl and Bear’s Best Albums of 2011


Spoiler alert: Radiohead’s not on here



Poetic Memory: Tori Roze and the Hot Mess (List)


The soul singer and her band share their influences.



Owl and Bear’s Top Albums of 2008


Owl and Bear writers’ favorite albums of 2008.



Nine Oh Two One Oh No You Didn’t


Or, Keeping Up with the Walshes If there’s anything the TV industry trusts, it’s precedent, which has brought us a parade of Judge Wapner impersonators, provided sixty-seven variations on CSI and Law and Order, and given Chevy Chase the opportunity to have a late-night talkshow. In other words, precedent is responsible for some of the […]



Review: San Diego Street Scene; September 19, 2008


San Diego’s annual Street Scene festival was truly a sight to behold. A large section of San Diego’s downtown and West Village was sectioned off and made home to four stages, forty bands, and thousands upon thousands of voracious music lovers. From bros rolling joints to cute hipster chicks with flasks taped to their thighs, […]



San Diego Street Scene Releases Schedule


^^ TV On The Radio ^^ The showtimes for next week’s massive Street Scene festival have been released. People with great taste will have the agonizing task of choosing between staying at The New Pornographers’ show or defecting to TV On The Radio halfway through, and dance fans will have to choose between MGMT and […]



San Diego Street Scene Lookin’ Awfully Pretty


For the scant few who haven’t heard yet, San Diego’s annual Street Scene festival will once again be rearing its enormous head on September 19th and 20th. The colossal all-ages event brings a whopping forty bands on four stages to downtown San Diego, including Beck, Spoon, TV On The Radio, MGMT, The New Pornographers, The […]