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Sounds Like San Diego: March 29

Field Music

After a long hiatus, Field Music is back to tickle the ears and make themselves known once again.

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While I'm really excited that Field Music is back after a several-year hiatus, I always have to brag about Lualta. The band has also been on hiatus for a couple of years, but I can proudly say that back in the day, Mike Hernandez played his first show on my patio. Our best friend was moving to El Salvador, and Mike had a band, and they played at my party -- my dad even slam-danced with us. It's kind of crazy that it's 20 years later (give or take) and Mike still has the swagger to take the stage and own it, just like he did when we were tweens, and no matter his project, he owns it, and everyone just rides the wave with him. Fortunately, tonight is an Anti-Monday League night, and everyone is welcome to the self-disdain party.

Monday March 29, 2010:

  • Anti-Monday League Presents: Field Music, Lualta, Metrofique @ Casbah
  • Famous Former Neighbors Comic Strip Show featuring Cathryn Beeks, True Stories with Bart Mendoza and Wendy Bailey, and more @ Ruby Room
  • The Coathangers, Sunday Times, Ronnie No Good and the Youngbloods @ Soda Bar
  • The Styletones @ Bar Pink
  • Blackout Party @ Riviera Supper Club
  • Vanja James, Gregory Page, Bill Cardinal @ Island Sports and Spirits (Coronado)
  • Lady Dottie and the Diamonds @ U-31
  • Nathan James Trio @ Humphrey's Backstage Live
  • Blood Stained Reality, the Roosters, Ad Seg, Eternal Unborn, Spreading Evictions @ Radio Room
  • Copeland, Deas Vail, I Can Make A Mess Like Nobody's Business, Person L @ Porter's Pub
  • "Teenage Wasteland," with DJs Lord Hammer and Muchacho D-Hey @ Tin Can Ale House
  • Doug Allen, Suzy Bongo @ Tte Kraken
  • Jinx King @ Patrick's II
  • Electric Waste Band, Drunk Poet's Society @ Winston's

Rosemary Bystrak covers the San Diego music scene and events, and sometimes whatever creeps into her head on her site San Diego: Dialed In. Check it for even more listings. Follow her updates at twitter.com/sddialedin or submit your music listings.

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