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The Most Hi EP: Kill Quanti greets new project

Chula Vista limited-run label and beat-based collective drops the dirty, again.

New nasty from Kill Quanti labelhead Sonny Romeri. The Most Hi EP delves ever deeper into Romeri’s exploration of dirty ...

Gluten-sensitive beer the new norm at California Kebab

Pacific Beach kebab joint and beer garden is sensitive to celiacs.

Though celiac disease - an autoimmune disorder triggered by the consumption of gluten - affects less than 1% of the ...

Sin Fronteras/Salsipuedes Fest brings down the wall with noise

Second installment of transborder music festival lands at The Ken Club

Like modern-day pipers at the gates of Jericho, Sin Fronteras/Salsipuedes Fest will be at The Ken Club (4079 Adams Avenue ...

Everything Comes From the Streets: San Diego's lowriders

Hour-long documentary examines San Diego's custom car culture.

Quick brainstorm: San Diego history. Kumeyaays grinding acorn flour on rocks, Father Serra rebuilding the immolated mission, Pio Pico maxing ...

Debajo del Cuero: shooting the motorcycle outlaws of Tijuana

A documentary about Tijuana's two-wheeled terrors, made in under 100 hours.

It sounds like the premise of a Vice short, but Debajo del Cuero (Underneath the Leather) – a documentary about ...

Heart & Trotter: whole animal butchery to open in North Park

Locally-sourced, sustainable meat comes to Uptown.

We San Diegans like things crafty. We shop for locally-sourced produce and homemade hummus at the farmers’ market. We drink ...

Champ: Not a Lot to Lose

New band, new video, first show, this Friday.

Breakout band Champ just posted a live video for their track “Not a Lot to Lose.” http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hyY2Cljyn_s Catch their debut ...

Fourth annual All My Friends Music Festival announces lineup

Tijuana music festival draws acts from across Mexico and as far as Chile, LA, and Estonia.

Last Wednesday, All My Friends Music Festival announced the lineup to this year’s installment, which will be held on Saturday, ...

San Diego second safest big city for drivers

San Diego and Phoenix best for drivers, Los Angeles and Philadelphia worst.

A report issued last Tuesday by Allstate Insurance Company called San Diego the second safest big city for drivers in ...

Ghosts of Baja: Vampire Slayer, Rancho Shampoo, Al B, and Al Lover

The spectral sounds of borderland will be showcased at La Bodega Aragon in Tijuana.

Borderland Baja is kind of a weird place. From the infernal desert expanses of Mexicali to the sacred hills of ...

Little Hurricane stays classy with free cover album

Rock and blues twosome treat fans to a free download.

Rambling rock and blues duo Little Hurricane recently posted an album’s worth of cover songs for stream and free download. ...

ill Saint M/Justin Pearson: A Pig's Orphan

San Diego thrash and hardcore powerhouse teams up with French electro outfit for new EP.

This teaser just dropped for the ill Saint M featuring Justin Pearson EP A Pig’s Orphan, set to be released ...

Pasaje Gomez: Tijuana Art Walk

Art passage hosts all-day open galleries, workshops, and live music.

Pasaje Gomez (located next to Hotel Lafayette between Third and Fourth streets on the east side of Revolución) is hosting ...

Fresh meet: Diatribes and Champ debut at Soda Bar

Members of Hills Like Elephants and River City rearrange and multiply.

Two nascent newcomers will be headlining the bill at Soda Bar (3615 El Cajon Boulevard - City Heights) on Friday, ...

International Cassette Store Day at M-Theory

Mission Hills record store celebrates with Monochromacy and Bonsoir.

To celebrate the first ever International Cassette Store Day, general manager Rick Tyner has invited a few local tape purveyors ...

Tijuana Vegetarian Cuisine & Arts Fair sprouts up in Food Garden

The third bi-annual VC&AF highlights veggie food and live music at outdoor artisanal food court.

Tijuana’s Vegetarian Cuisine and Arts Fair returns for its third bi-annual installment on Saturday, September 7 with over 15 vendors ...

Basura: San Pedro el Cortez screen documentary in Tijuana

TJ garage punks debut documentary at Casa de la Cultura.

Tijuana lo-fi garage quartet San Pedro el Cortez have been all over the place lately, playing dates everywhere from Mexico ...

Boarsley: Sabertooth EP preview

Local producer debuts on experimental bass and beat label Liquid Geometry

Local producer Boarsley dropped his debut EP, Sabertooth, on Liquid Geometry today. Sabertoother EP by Boarsley Stand by for an ...

SD Union three-year anniversary with Total Science and Gridlok

Multi-genre electronic music night celebrates birthday at The Merrow in Hillcrest.

On Saturday, August 17 multi-genre bass music night SD Union celebrates three years of drum & bass, dubstep, hip hop, ...

Carlsbad Music Festival: Village Walk seeks San Diego musicians

The third annual Village Walk features performers of all genres in intimate Carlsbad venues.

Attention musicians! The ninth annual Carlsbad Music Festival want to pay your act to perform at the Village Walk on ...