I don’t write negative reviews often and don’t enjoy doing so, especially when it comes to something that takes as much work to produce as a festival, but this event unfortunately warrants a negative review.
￼Are you a freshman waiting to jump into the San Diego music scene? Are you a local who’s never really been into live music? No matter who you are, The Daily Aztec’s got you covered on venues to check out this fall.
Springtime musical frolics are in full swing, with a slew of album announcements, large and small as well as many kick-off tours. The spring and summer concert calendar is filling fast with festivals and local shows.
O’Brother with Junius | William Fitzsimmons with Dension Witmer | Lucero with The Drowning Men | Cults with Spectrals, Mrs. Musician | Cartel with Set Your Goals, Fireworks, Mixtapes, Super Prime
Jack White released more information about his solo album, “Blunderbuss,” this week.
Although the San Diego Normal School was founded as a training facility for elementary school teachers, one of the first seven faculty members hired was a music instructor. Forty years later in 1937, San Diego State’s School of Music was formally established. The School of Dance was created 56 years later, and the two combined to create the School of Music and Dance. The program will be celebrating its 75th anniversary by offering a number of performances throughout the spring designed to honor alumni and showcase student talent.
For those unable to attend the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival this year, fear not — there are other festivals within reach.
MuteMath’s lead vocalist Paul Meany, drummer Darren King and bassist Roy Mitchell-Cardenas are on tour this year to prove to crowds across the U.S. that rock, as they create it, isn’t dead.
When Snow Patrol finally broke out in the U.S. in 2004 with a re-release of its third studio album “Final Straw,” the band featured haunting instrumentals, catchy beats and the memorable lyrics and vocal work of Gary Lightbody.
Every January, music enthusiasts gather around their computers, waiting for the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival to announce the year’s lineup. Unfortunately, this year’s announcement disappointed many festivalgoers who bought presale passes.
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.
Who says it never snows in San Diego? From 9 p.m. last Friday to 1 a.m. Saturday, it did.