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How Do You Like Them Apples?

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The Apples in stereo make a rare touring pass through San Diego tonight at the Casbah.

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It's November, which means you're going to see music come to a screeching halt. Where most nights there are touring bands and lots of locals to choose from, expect some bunkering to occur. This is not to say the next three months will be completely dead, because there will still be plenty to choose from, but you will probably find yourself picking and choosing your adventures a little more carefully. Tonight I'd recommend starting your night at the tiny Park Gallery for Kelli Scarr. She's a Brooklyn-based singer/songwriter who has also fronted a couple bands but is most known as being the female vocal counterpoint to Moby. From there you can head down to the Casbah for The Apples in stereo for their self-described "retro-futuristic super-pop" that should have you dancing and forgetting that it's only Tuesday.

Tuesday, November 2:

  • Aquarium Drunkard presents The Apples in stereo, Fol Chen @ Casbah
  • Kelli Scarr @ Park Gallery
  • The Leathers, Dante LaSalle @ Ruby Room
  • Nena Anderson @ Riviera Supper Club
  • Songwriters Showcase Competition @ Humphreys Backstage Live
  • Zapf Dingbats @ El Dorado
  • The Stilettos @ Henry's Pub
  • The Psycle, Space Nature, Raymo @ Tin Can
  • Anthology House Band @ Anthology
  • Train of Thought, featuring Todo Mundo and Ise Lyfe @ Queen Bee's
  • The Burnsville Band @ Patrick's ll
  • Dave Booda Acoustic @ Tiki House
  • Attila, For the Fallen Dreams @ Epicentre
  • Tomcat Courtney @ La Gran Tapa
  • Jaimie Muehlhausen @ Hennessey's Vista
  • Open Mic with Jefferson Jay @ Gallagher's
  • Doug Allen, Suzy Bongo @ The Kraken
  • Open Mic @ O'Connell's
  • Wheatstone, Trout @ Winston's
  • Sister Speak @ RT's Longboard Grill

Rosemary Bystrak writes about the San Diego music scene, events, and sometimes whatever creeps into her head on her music blog San Diego: Dialed In. Check it for even more listings. She also provides social media content for the Casbah. Follow her updates at twitter.com/sddialedin or submit your music listings.

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