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Sing-Along With The Dead Daisies

The Dead Daisies, a virtual cornucopia of musicians from 70s and 80s rock bands, are finally peddling their songs with headlining shows around the U.S. stopping at El Rey Theatre Aug. 25 and House of Blues/San Diego Aug. 26. Founded by songwriter / guitarist David Lowy in 2012, the musical collective currently includes vocalist John Corabi (Mötley Crüe / Union), bassist … [Read More]

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The Alarm Summer In America

The Alarm have been crazy busy in America this summer with a ton of live shows including dates on Vans Warped Tour as well as their own headlining gigs not to … [Read More]

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METALLICA: A Tale From The Photo Pit

Metallica. The name says it all. Coming live to Southern California in my favorite town, San Diego. I’ve been a longtime fan of this band since 1983. You can't … [Read More]

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The Sweet To Sweeten SoCal

The Sweet shall soon be coming to sweeten Orange County’s music scene. The iconic Glam rock group invites music lovers old and new to come and listen to them when … [Read More]

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ALBUM REVIEW: New Mystics “The Modern Age Is Over”

New Mystics is a new project from Josh Onstott of the art rock trio Other Lives, and like his other band, the music on this first solo outing The Modern Age Is Over … [Read More]

Tales From The Photo Pit


Portugal. The Man: A Tale From The Photo Pit

Jump in the car. Battle through traffic. Find a parking space. Dash to the venue. Get in line. Go to the box office. Everything was a rush, but nothing could stop my excitement to get back into the photo pit. After receiving my photo pass, I had only two … [Read More]

Concert Reviews

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Pinky Pinky Jump Start The Night

Local teens, Pinky Pinky, had fun while remaining serious about playing their music at The Constellation Room. First of two bands on the bill for The Strokes’ Nick Valensi’s current band CRX, Pinky Pinky played to what began as a low-keyed audience of early … [Read More]

Album Reviews

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ALBUM REVIEW: The Midnight Ghost Train “Cypress Ave.”

It’s common knowledge that the whole world over, all the best rock n roll clubs smell like sweat, stale beer & spilled tequila and most importantly excitement. Well the best records try to capture and bottle this “perfume” and The Midnight Ghost Train have … [Read More]