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Transfer Return to San Diego

Rosemary Bystrak

One night during their run, Transfer's frontman, Matthew Molarius, sang the national anthem before a boxing match in Las Vegas.

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It's not every day a San Diego band gets to tour Europe. But that's just what hometown heroes Transfer got to do in recent months, traipsing across countries like Germany and Poland.

Fun as that sounds, their globetrotting has finally come to an end, and they've come back to America's Finest City™. You can welcome the boys home on Thursday, April 21, when they play the latest edition of Fluxx Live.

Transfer will be joined by Rafter, whose eccentric, dancey tunes have kept local butts shaking for the last five years. In January, he released Quiet Storm, a surprise album that added black metal to his otherwise colorful palette of influences.

Rounding out the San Diego trifecta, Republic of Letters will open the night with their radio-friendly rock. If you miss them on Thursday, you can catch them on April 25 at Soda Bar, where they'll play with the UK band Brother.

As usual, this month's Fluxx Live event will be hosted by the omnipresent Tim Pyles. Ikah Love, who was recently voted the Commune's Local of the Month, will DJ. You can RSVP on the Facebook event page, and tickets can be purchased here.

Chris Maroulakos is a writer and managing editor for the San Diego music blog Owl and Bear.

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