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SAN DIEGO MUSIC SCENE SHARES ITS FAVORITE CASBAH MEMORIES

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What do you get when you ask nine musicians and one 94.9 DJ to recall their favorite shows, first time shows, and best times at The Casbah? We bring the month-long 25th Anniversary to a close with their personal/ odd/ unique/ blurry and funny as shit answers.

SAN DIEGO MUSIC AWARDS 2013 NOMINEES SPEAK OUT – PART TWO

San Diego Music Awards 2013

San Diego Music Awards nominees spill about what the award means to them, where the party is at, what music needs to be playing when they make that acceptance speech, and a few other gems about what to expect October 9th. Featuring the Heavy Guilt, Black Market III, the Midnight Pine, Blackout Party, Lexington Field, the NFormals, and Ed Ghost Tucker.

DICKIES VIDEO LOG EXAMINES THE ROUGH AND TUMBLE BLACKOUT PARTY

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It’s really starting to look like Blackout Party is built to last. With 2011 and 2012 San Diego music awards on their mantle, a nominee for “Best Rock” and a performance slot at this year’s awards show, plus two albums under their belt with another being recorded by year’s end, it makes sense that people are starting to notice. So much so that acclaimed music mag Filter and clothing line Dickies built a three-part series entitled “Building the Band” around what makes the band tick.

SXSW 2013 – TALL TALES FROM TEXAS

SxSW 2013

Dead Squirrels clutching beer bottles, 50 Cent, Soul Boulder smoothies, food trucks, mind blowing mushrooms and Rick Springfield are just a few sites and sounds local San Diegans experienced at this year’s SXSW. Now that everyone has fully recovered from the trip, we rounded up a few locals who made the yearly pilgrimage and asked them five questions about their March jaunt to Austin, Texas.

Blackout Party’s New Video – “Spanish Gold”

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Blackout Party’s new video for “Spanish Gold”

SD Rock ‘n’ Roll’s Top 5 Records of 2011

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SD Rock ‘n’ Roll’s Top 5 Records of 2011

Blackout Party – Closed Mouth Don’t Get Fed – Album Review

Blackout Party

San Diego band Blackout Party’s new album Closed Mouth Don’t Get Fed is a rough and tumble rock and roll record. When it swerves from its main alt country/Americana vibe, which it does occasionally, it toe dips into a sailor’s sea shanty, some bar room rag, and even a song that features a trumpet solo. It’s a dangerous tightrope to walk, and at times it comes precariously close to throwing the record off course. But the talent of the players and the rich vocals of lead singer Brian Howlerda keep the record loose and on course.

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