Hey Rosetta! are coming to San Diego, and they’re bringing their beautifully arranged, dreamy sense of alt pop with them. There’s a lot that goes into a multi-instrumental project such as this, so we spoke with the group about working together, navigating the indie music scene, and the real human experience of music.
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Tom DeLonge will release his first solo album on April 21, titled To the Stars: Demos, Odds and Ends. According to iTunes, the album’s tracklist will be announced March 16 with three songs available ahead of the time for pre-order customers, the first of which is slated for March 9,…
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What is a band to do right before they head out on the second leg of their massive world tour? Simple, sign with a record label that has a lot of rock bands on its roster. Sleeping with Sirens did just that, going from Rise Records which they called…
BY NINA JOHNSTONE New Found Glory has been in the music world long enough to know how to always bring a riotous show.
If this isn’t the most beautiful, coolest, peaceful, inspiring, interesting thing you will hear this week, then I owe you a burger.
If there was any doubt on what you should be doing with your time this weekend, then consider this the last proof that you should be at the RIMAC arena watching Foster the People give one of their stellar sets in San Diego.
It’s rare that an electronic or new wave act comes out of your local music scene and yet already sounds like the heavy-hitters and chart-toppers we hear when we’re out every weekend. But San Diego’s By an Ion have done just that — commanding the luminous genres of dance just as well as some of the veterans of …
The annual San Diego Music Awards are back, and they’ve announced some amazing (and a few very surprising) nominees for this year’s award ceremony.