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Book Review: Clash By Night

We interview the editors of a new poetry anthology inspired by London Calling

Interview: Tristen


Nashville songwriter Tristen will perform at The Loft on Saturday

Live Review & Photos: Bryan Ferry and Dawn Landes at Humphreys Concerts By the Bay, April 17, 2014

Bryan Ferry at Humphreys Concerts By the Bay

The sartorial songwriter drew a classy crowd to the venerable San Diego venue

Live Review & Photos: Dave Matthews Band and Gary Clark Jr. at Sleep Train Ampitheatre, September 6, 2013

Dave Matthews Band

Pics of Dave Matthews by Alex Matthews — no relation

The Owl and Bear Podcast vol. 172: Election Day Celebration and/or Therapy Edition

Makin’ my way back to blue

Interview & Photos: The Paragraphs

The North County band plays the Casbah tonight

Live Review & Photos: Fun and Chiddy Bang at SDSU Open Air Theater, August 15, 2012

The hit-making band brought the show to San Diego

Poetic Memory: Jesse LaMonaca (List)

The San Diego songwriter lists his influences

Poetic Memory: The Howls (List)

The roots rockers celebrate the release of their new CD

Video: Tom Waits – “Satisfied”

Watch the always-amazing musician cut a rug

Book Review: “Life” by Keith Richards

The archetypal rock star tells all.

Live Review: Wild Flag at the Casbah, November 20, 2010

The all-female supergroup unveiled its sound to a packed Casbah.

Poetic Memory: Rumspringa (List)

The L.A. band has its sights on San Diego.

Poetic Memory: Hotel St. George (List)

Matt Binder doesn’t consume music the way it’s supposed to be consumed.

Poetic Memory: Langhorne Slim (List)

Langhorne and his band reveal their influences.

Poetic Memory: April Smith and the Great Picture Show (List)

If I was only allowed to say one thing about April Smith, it’s that she can sing.

Poetic Memory: Wheat (List)

Cat Stevens

For this edition of Poetic Memory, Wheat drummer Brendan Harney summed up his intentions better than we could’ve: The visual aspect of music and images associated with sound, melody, etc. have always played a major role in what we do as a band. So, as I mined that a bit, I started to think about […]

‘We Got the Sky To Talk About and the Earth to Lie Upon’ (MP3)

Steve Earle - Townes

An understatement would be to say that Townes Van Zandt was troubled. Another would be to say that he wrote some of the greatest—and darkest—songs of his era. Steve Earle has undoubtedly seen a dying Van Zandt reflected in his own mirror: while Earle claims to have kicked the drugs and avoided a painful, early […]