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Review: The Silent Comedy; January 17, 2010; Bar Pink, San Diego


Silent Comedy shows are like going to a church run by a drunk priest



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. […]



Weekend Concert Lineup: August 22 – 24, 2008


^^ Broken Social Scene ^^ FRIDAY: Toronto rock throng Broken Social Scene will be bringing their amiable brand of baroque pop to the House of Blues this Friday. Those following the antics of the prolific Canucks over the past year know that there have been two “Broken Social Scene Presents” solo albums so far, Kevin […]



SoCo Music Experience Schedule Released


^^ The Black Keys ^^ The folks behind the annual Southern Comfort Music Experience, to be held in the Ace Parking Lot at the corner of Imperial and Park this Saturday, have finally seen fit to declassify its set times. A five dollar “donation” grants you access to the event and its eleven musical acts.



Weekend Concert Lineup: August 7 – 10, 2008


The Muslims

^^ The Muslims ^^ THURSDAY: It’s the first Thursday of the month, which means it’s time for TNT, the downtown Museum of Contemporary Art’s bi-fortnightly event that features everything from DJ lessons to poetry readings to artists talking about why they do all those artistic things that they do. This month’s TNT is called Optimal […]



Weekend Concert Lineup: July 31- August 2, 2008


Jason Reeves

^^ Jason Reeves ^^ THURSDAY: For those of you who like your punk fast and dirty like grandma used to make, Jay Reatard is playing at the Casbah tonight. Helping blow the roof off the place will be fellow punkers Cheap Time, as well as San Diego’s very own The Sess, who are part of […]



The Silent Comedy – The Silent Comedy (Review)


For a band whose live performances are marked by their theatricality and infectious intensity, The Silent Comedy’s recordings can be surprisingly intimate affairs. Their debut full-length, Sunset Stables, emphasized narrative and restraint over whiskey drinking and foot stomping, and now, on their self-titled EP, they pick up where that record left off. From the opening […]