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Sounds Like San Diego: April 24

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We Heart the Casbah

Kyle Johnson, Courtesy Sub Pop Records

The Head and the Heart represent the best of new indie rock.

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I warned you yesterday that there wouldn't be a lot of choices today, but that doesn't mean that there aren't some great show options for your Easter Sunday. I, for one, will be at the Casbah watching The Head and the Heart. The Seattle band was recently picked up by Sub Pop Records and made their television debut this week on Conan, which you can watch here. This is indie folk rock at it's finest, and tickets were selling swiftly, so try to grab them online before the show or you might miss the chance to catch this buzz-worthy band.

Sunday, April 24:

  • The Head and the Heart, the Devil Whale @ Casbah
  • Miike Snow (DJ set), Mr. White, Brazzabelle, Jay Idol, Collin Perry @ Wave House
  • Bad Dream, Zillion Happy Volts, Purple Rhinestone Eagle, California Bleeding @ Soda Bar
  • Pit Bull Rescue Benefit, featuring the Gore Horsemen, The Bandits, Bang! Bang! Bang!, Media Control, The Postals, Pushin Rope, Old Devil DJs, DJ Goo Goo Muck, DJ Lady Busty Brow @ Tower Bar
  • Bastard Sons of Johnny Cash @ O'Connell's
  • The Cactus Jacks and Friends @ Winston’s
  • FairChildren, Gregory Alan Isakov @ Lestat's
  • Night of the Cookers (blues and jazz DJs) @ Whistle Stop
  • Felguk, Rifat Ziadeh @ Voyeur
  • The Hips @ Gallagher’s (3-6 p.m.)
  • Jose Sinatra's OB-O-ke @ Winston's
  • Tribe of Kings/Reggae Vibes @ U-31
  • Jesse Davis @ Humphreys Backstage Lounge Easter Brunch (10 a.m. to 2 p.m.)
  • Temple of Roots, Roots and Culture Reggae Dance, featuring Blackheart Warriors Hifi, with vocalist Ras Teo and Dub Producer Brizion
  • Foreign Love Hi-Power A.P.S. Soundsystem @ Kava Lounge
  • Patrick Yandall @ Humphreys Backstage Lounge (8 p.m.)
  • Reggae Sunday @ Spin
  • Stomp! @ Balboa Theatre

Rosemary Bystrak writes about the San Diego music scene, events, and general musings about life in San Diego onSan Diego: Dialed In. She does social media for the Casbah, books at West Coast Tavern West Coast Tavern, and is trying her hand at band management. Follow her updates on Twitter or contact her directly.

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