One of K-pop’s biggest boy bands, Big Bang, made its debut performance in California on Friday at the Honda Center in Anaheim.
I arrived on campus the day of the Furthur show to find San Diego State invaded by intrepid travelers from another realm.
Those who did not go to Balboa Park’s Spreckels Organ Pavilion on Cinco de Mayo missed a wonderful event.
Only a few listens to groups such as Straight No Chaser make it obvious there aren’t many forms of entertainment as purely endearing or unabashedly fun as a cappella. Even “Glee” has a certain charm to it, though the members of Preposterone say they “can do it without the auto-tune.”
Many animals do tricks: old dogs learn new ones, Polly says she wants a cracker and dolphins can do flips.
Last week’s Local Brews Local Grooves All-Access #7 concert extraordinaire was nothing short of dynamic.
Wilco, perhaps one of the most versatile and critically-acclaimed bands of the last decade, performed downtown at San Diego’s Copley Symphony Hall on Sunday evening.
Saturday night at Valley View Casino Center played out like a well-oiled musical machine for 91X’s Wrex The Halls first night of two.
The holidays are here again, and with the cold weather and decorations come radio station holiday concerts.
As the houselights pulsated to the hi-hat splashes of “Where My Keys,” the curtain in front of the stage fell to reveal dance music icon Deadmau5 in his cartoon-mouse-helmet-festooned glory.
North Park’s Rocktoberfest hosted a crowd of a few costumed people along with fans wading through complete drunken obliteration. With Halloween right around the corner and quite a bit of pumpkin beer to dispense, why not throw a sensational outdoor music event that centers itself in a notoriously hip neighborhood? Why not cater to those who have excellent taste in music?
Announced at 1:45 a.m. to an audience that, by that time, consisted of little more than band members and their immediate families, San Diego State student DJ Love took first place at Aztec Nights’ Battle of the Bands last Friday.