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Alec Ounsworth’s New Vision


The singer from Clap Your Hands Say Yeah strikes out on his own.



Album Review: The Paddle Boat – ‘I Wonder if the Water Ever Tires of the Sea?’


The Paddle Boat

We review the debut album from The Paddle Boat.



The Vision of a Dying World Just ‘Don’t Understand’ (MP3)


The Vision of a Dying World

San Diego’s The Vision of a Dying World release a new EP and open for Daniel Johnston. Listen to a new track from the EP here…



Single Screen Signs Maren Parusel


Maren Parusel

San Diego’s Single Screen Records has just added German export Maren Parusel to its rapidly growing roster. The former front-woman of Wild Weekend—which started as a The Zeros cover band but whose local prestige eventually grew to rival that of its muse—and the also-defunct Squiddo, Parusel has decided to fly solo. Her debut 7-inch is […]



The Powerchords – Dummy


Sure, almost a year has passed since The Powerchords released their infectious full-length album, …Think I’m Gonna, but it’s never too late to make a music video, especially when that video contains vibrant colors, wacky effects, and zany Japanese subtitles. The power-pop quartet have been mysteriously absent from the live scene for a while, which […]



Black Mamba Eat Octopus, Discuss New EP


Black Mamba

In anticipation of the band’s star-studded EP release show at the Casbah tomorrow night, CityBeat has published an interview with Aimee Sanchez and Keith Milgaten of San Diego dream-pop quartet Black Mamba. In it, the pair discuss the new EP, fleshing out the band’s sound, and what it’s like creating music with your significant other: […]



Black Mamba To Celebrate ‘Birthday’ at the Casbah


Black Mamba

Up-and-coming San Diego band Black Mamba are set to release Golden Birthday, a 12-inch EP, at the end of the month on the illustrious Single Screen record label. To commemorate the event, the band will be playing a show at the Casbah on April 30th, with The Paddle Boat, Tape Deck Mountain, and Drew Andrews. […]



The Paddle Boat – The Paddle Boat (Review)


2009, Single Screen Records As a live band, San Diego’s The Paddle Boat have built a reputation not only as excellent performers, but as a rare alternative in an oftentimes homogenized music scene. Drawing from, among other things, early 20th century folk and jazz, the eccentric trio can’t help but stand out in a sea […]



Single Screen Records Signs Black Mamba


Ethereal piano-pop band Black Mamba has become the latest artist to sign with San Diego label Single Screen Records. They are currently finishing up a 6 song EP, which will be released through the label on 12-inch vinyl in early 2009. And while you’re eagerly awaiting the release of their EP, do yourself a favor […]



Review: The Powerchords; September 27, 2008 at Bar Pink; San Diego


A large crowd of power-pop fans filled Bar Pink on Saturday to celebrate the release of The Powerchords’ red-hot full-length …Think I’m Gonna.



The Powerchords – …Think I’m Gonna


The Powerchords - ...Think I

2008, Single Screen Records The debut record from power-pop band The Powerchords has been a long time coming. The band released their demo back in 2005, a seven song EP of finely crafted songs that immediately brought them to the forefront of San Diego’s music scene. But despite a rabid following and a reputation for […]