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Live Review & Photos: Pearl Jam at Viejas Arena, November 14, 2013

Pearl Jam played a three-hour show at Viejas Arena last week

Interview: Califone’s Tim Rutili

We interview the mastermind behind some of the best music around

O&B Guestcast vol. 5 – Boy King

Owl and Bear Guestcast Boy King

Who’s in the clouds tonight?

Live Review & Photos: Outside Lands Music and Arts Festival, August 10-12, 2012, San Francisco

The stars came out for San Francisco’s premier Summer festival

Interview: Beach House

The Baltimore band returns to San Diego this Sunday

Poetic Memory: Nena Anderson (List)

The SD songwriter is participating in a benefit concert

Poetic Memory: Bazile (List)

The Mississippi musician grew up listening to film scores.

Poetic Memory: The Henry Clay People (List)

The Henry Clay People list their Best Sounding Guitars.

Interview: Seabear

Sindri Már Sigfússon gives us a guided tour of Seabearia.

Poetic Memory: Oh Mercy (List)

Is Australia the new Canada?

Neil Young – “I’m a Dreamin’ Man, Guess That’s My Problem” (Stream)

Neil Young - Dreamin

Neil Young has pioneered a lot of things, from grunge to Uggs (apparently, as evidenced above), so for better or worse, we always give him leeway to do what he wants.

Review: The Avett Brothers – I and Love and You

I and Love and You

The Avett Brothers are all about feeling. On Emotionalism, their last proper full length, the Avetts certainly didn’t shy away from feeling; they celebrated it. The songs from Emotionalism were mostly led by banjo, upright bass, occasional strings and the just-twangy-enough vocals of one or both brothers. Everything about that setup said these guys were […]

Poetic Memory: The Rest (List)

The Rest

The last time Ontario, Canada’s The Rest played at the Casbah, we missed it. But we won’t make that mistake again. After all, according to their MySpace page, The Rest like all the things that we like: doing push-ups, shooting each other with water guns, howling at the moon, and delicious Thai food. (More details […]

‘Fork’ is Neil Young’s ‘Version of Twitter’

Neil Young - Fork in the Road

I hated it less than I thought I would: this 2.5-star Pop & Hiss review pretty much sums up my feelings about Fork in the Road, Neil Young’s new album. The album is part public service announcement, part condemnation of the status quo and part reflection of the risks and rewards of letting go of […]

There’s a Bailout Comin’ But It’s Not For You