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Warmly transcending a degree of nostalgia

David J, The Snodgrass, Nite Lapse, Tim Flannery, Raymond Raposa

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“There’s a lot of analog warmth to this album which will only be emphasized all the more on vinyl,” says occasional Bauhaus bassist David J of the vinyl release of A Free Society, from his group Night Crickets, which includes Victor DeLorenzo (Violent Femmes). “Vinyl was the format that I initially listened to music on when I was a kid and when it first became so important to me. So there is a degree of nostalgia there, but what transcends that is the enveloping warm, rich quality of the sound.”

The Snodgrass

Jordan Snodgrass, aka The Snodgrass, is a San Diego native, half of IDM group Calculator Man & Hangar, and Rocket From the Crypt’s former web designer. “I’m releasing a digital compilation of remixes that I did back in 2002-2003 for local legends Ilya, Tristeza, and Via Satellite,” he tells the Reader. “Some of them were previously released by the bands, but there are a couple additional remixes that had never seen the light of day until now.”

Nite Lapse

With members based in Chula Vista and Tijuana, Nite Lapse released their debut EP Ride With You in 2018. After dropping a single in June called “Nonchalant,” which they performed as part of a set for Jampak Sessions, they’ll debut a new record September 2 at Soda Bar, on a bill that also includes Jara, Lee Wires, The Fazes, and DJ Uglatto.

Tim Flannery

Tim Flannery is a former San Diego Padre and a longtime local musician. The son of a Kentucky preacher man, who plays an acoustic blend of folk and country music, will assemble his group Tim Flannery & The Lunatic Fringe to play a record release party for Waiting On A Miracle at the Belly Up on September 25. The benefit for The Love Harder Project includes Lisa Sanders and Brown Sugar.

Raymond Raposa

Raymond Raposa, the singer-songwriter behind psychedelic folk-blues band The Castanets, passed away July 28 at the age of 41. Championed by Pitchfork, Raposa was a San Diego native who surfed competitively as a teen, later relocating to New York City. After starting the Castanets in the early 2000s, he remained the only constant member of the band, backed on record and onstage by a fluid lineup known to change from night to night.

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“There’s a lot of analog warmth to this album which will only be emphasized all the more on vinyl,” says occasional Bauhaus bassist David J of the vinyl release of A Free Society, from his group Night Crickets, which includes Victor DeLorenzo (Violent Femmes). “Vinyl was the format that I initially listened to music on when I was a kid and when it first became so important to me. So there is a degree of nostalgia there, but what transcends that is the enveloping warm, rich quality of the sound.”

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Jordan Snodgrass, aka The Snodgrass, is a San Diego native, half of IDM group Calculator Man & Hangar, and Rocket From the Crypt’s former web designer. “I’m releasing a digital compilation of remixes that I did back in 2002-2003 for local legends Ilya, Tristeza, and Via Satellite,” he tells the Reader. “Some of them were previously released by the bands, but there are a couple additional remixes that had never seen the light of day until now.”

Nite Lapse

With members based in Chula Vista and Tijuana, Nite Lapse released their debut EP Ride With You in 2018. After dropping a single in June called “Nonchalant,” which they performed as part of a set for Jampak Sessions, they’ll debut a new record September 2 at Soda Bar, on a bill that also includes Jara, Lee Wires, The Fazes, and DJ Uglatto.

Tim Flannery

Tim Flannery is a former San Diego Padre and a longtime local musician. The son of a Kentucky preacher man, who plays an acoustic blend of folk and country music, will assemble his group Tim Flannery & The Lunatic Fringe to play a record release party for Waiting On A Miracle at the Belly Up on September 25. The benefit for The Love Harder Project includes Lisa Sanders and Brown Sugar.

Raymond Raposa

Raymond Raposa, the singer-songwriter behind psychedelic folk-blues band The Castanets, passed away July 28 at the age of 41. Championed by Pitchfork, Raposa was a San Diego native who surfed competitively as a teen, later relocating to New York City. After starting the Castanets in the early 2000s, he remained the only constant member of the band, backed on record and onstage by a fluid lineup known to change from night to night.

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