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Doornob’s Farhad Bahrami: “No one plays our style of jazz-influenced Persian classical music ­— not here, not in Iran.”
Doornob’s Farhad Bahrami: “No one plays our style of jazz-influenced Persian classical music ­— not here, not in Iran.”
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Brothers Gow

  • Friday, November 14, 2014, 8 p.m.
  • 710 Beach Club, 710 Garnet Avenue, San Diego

Brothers Gow is releasing their fourth studio album, Reflections, on November 14 at 710 Beach Club in Pacific Beach. “We’ll be performing tunes from the record, as well as new covers and other originals,” says drummer Nathan Walsh-Haines. “Of course, we’ll also be performing with our own light show, run by light designer Matt Collier.” The show (opened by Groove Session) will be followed by a month-long regional tour through Montana, Oregon, and Washington. “Physical copies of the album will be available at the show only,” says Walsh-Haines, “with digital copies available after the tour wraps up.”

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Dornob and Áfrojazziacs

  • Sunday, November 16, 2014, 7:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m.
  • Iranian-American Center, 6790 Top Gun Street Suite 7, San Diego, California 92121
  • $15

The new Dornob full-length, Segah, on local world-music label Zaman, premieres November 16 at the Iranian-American Center on Top Gun Street. “No one plays our style of jazz-influenced Persian classical music — not here, not in Iran,” says Farhad Bahrami. Recorded in April at Citizen Recording, the eight band members were augmented by Jesse Audelo on soprano sax. “I’m honored and humbled to have so many young jazz players interested in Middle Eastern music,” says Bahrami. “It gives me hope in the music, but more importantly, in the multicultural worldview of the young generation.”

Past Event

Speaker in Reverse

  • Friday, November 28, 2014, 8 p.m.
  • Tin Can, 1863 Fifth Avenue, San Diego

Speaker in Reverse will play a download release party on November 29 at the Tin Can, where they’ll debut new music tracked with Christopher Hoffee at Chaos Recorders. “This time in the studio,” says Itai Faierman, “we had six members, [including] three new ones from the last recording.” The event will serve as a fundraiser for World AIDS Day.

Irving Flores CD Release Party

  • 98 Bottles, 2400 Kettner Boulevard, Little Italy
  • 21+ / $20 - $25

November 29 is also when trumpeter Gilbert Castellanos presents Irving Flores’s CD-release party at 98 Bottles, featuring Justo Almario, Fernando Gomez, Charlie Chavez, and Evona Wascinski.

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Doornob’s Farhad Bahrami: “No one plays our style of jazz-influenced Persian classical music ­— not here, not in Iran.”
Doornob’s Farhad Bahrami: “No one plays our style of jazz-influenced Persian classical music ­— not here, not in Iran.”
Past Event

Brothers Gow

  • Friday, November 14, 2014, 8 p.m.
  • 710 Beach Club, 710 Garnet Avenue, San Diego

Brothers Gow is releasing their fourth studio album, Reflections, on November 14 at 710 Beach Club in Pacific Beach. “We’ll be performing tunes from the record, as well as new covers and other originals,” says drummer Nathan Walsh-Haines. “Of course, we’ll also be performing with our own light show, run by light designer Matt Collier.” The show (opened by Groove Session) will be followed by a month-long regional tour through Montana, Oregon, and Washington. “Physical copies of the album will be available at the show only,” says Walsh-Haines, “with digital copies available after the tour wraps up.”

Past Event

Dornob and Áfrojazziacs

  • Sunday, November 16, 2014, 7:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m.
  • Iranian-American Center, 6790 Top Gun Street Suite 7, San Diego, California 92121
  • $15

The new Dornob full-length, Segah, on local world-music label Zaman, premieres November 16 at the Iranian-American Center on Top Gun Street. “No one plays our style of jazz-influenced Persian classical music — not here, not in Iran,” says Farhad Bahrami. Recorded in April at Citizen Recording, the eight band members were augmented by Jesse Audelo on soprano sax. “I’m honored and humbled to have so many young jazz players interested in Middle Eastern music,” says Bahrami. “It gives me hope in the music, but more importantly, in the multicultural worldview of the young generation.”

Past Event

Speaker in Reverse

  • Friday, November 28, 2014, 8 p.m.
  • Tin Can, 1863 Fifth Avenue, San Diego

Speaker in Reverse will play a download release party on November 29 at the Tin Can, where they’ll debut new music tracked with Christopher Hoffee at Chaos Recorders. “This time in the studio,” says Itai Faierman, “we had six members, [including] three new ones from the last recording.” The event will serve as a fundraiser for World AIDS Day.

Irving Flores CD Release Party

  • 98 Bottles, 2400 Kettner Boulevard, Little Italy
  • 21+ / $20 - $25

November 29 is also when trumpeter Gilbert Castellanos presents Irving Flores’s CD-release party at 98 Bottles, featuring Justo Almario, Fernando Gomez, Charlie Chavez, and Evona Wascinski.

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