Daniel Powell 2:30 p.m., Sept. 2
Seventrain’s roots in ’80s Van Halen.
“I had so much fun jumping around in the crowd, I nearly lost consciousness twice.”
When J Mascis, Dinosaur Jr. frontman, was preparing to record his new solo album, Tied to a Star, released on August 26, he searched for musicians capable of not only singing backup vocals but people ...
“He wanted to stay around Southern California, you know he never ventured into New York. That’s where you’ve got to go to get an international reputation. Had he been exposed to a larger audience, he ...
RedRumsey’s hazy and macabre memories of old SD.
“I found a dead body in the doorway. It was gone in the morning, and no one believed me.”
Jazz player Kamau Kenyatta says he’s still learning.
When San Diego musician Kamau Kenyatta learned that his protégé Gregory Porter had won Best Jazz Vocal Album at the 2014 Grammy Awards for Liquid Spirits (an album Kenyatta produced), he was momentarily indisposed: “I ...
High Mountain Tempel creates soundscapes for seekers.
“I’d like to be like Edith Piaf and say, ‘Je ne regrette rien,’ but that wouldn’t really hit the mark.”
Kim Shattuck pummel you, too?
“It would be weird having my grating, aggravating-sounding voice on ‘Here Comes Your Man.’ It would be really awkward.”
“I usually am backstage furiously learning something before I walk on.”
“We were self-effacing metrosexual Yoni worshipers who always left our hotel rooms clean.”
Forged in the horror of the Kent State shootings, bolstered with bracing irony and a handful of religious and pseudoscientific screeds, Devo (short for “de-evolution”) took showmanship, synthesizers, and science fiction to the masses. They’re ...
Back from a lengthy hiatus from the local music scene is Grant Reinero with a new band, a goth-pop trio he calls Stewardess. Reinero seems intent on making up for lost time: “Stewardess has played ...