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Sounds Like San Diego: April 22



    We're already big fans of the remodel that the Hideout underwent as it changed over from it's prior iteration as the Void, but we're also superexcited about some of the shows the venue has, not least of all next week's free SoundDiego LIVE with the New Kinetics and Hit Dog Hollar (get on the list here). But on Monday, it's also our choice of the night for music. Catch the Silver Palms, an indie-rock band out of Georgia. The young band features twin brothers and their high school buddies, and they seem to be just throwing themselves into their craft. They've toured the UK with the Orwells and Jake Bugg, and now they're playing the Hideout to earn your affection. Definitely worth checking them out.

    Tuesday, April 22:

    • The Silver Palms, Teenage Exorcists @ The Hideout
    • Western Setting, DFMK (Tijuana), the Rebound, Reconstruct the Dream @ Casbah
    • Ancient River, Amerikan Bear, Raja Lyon, Sister Juanity @ Soda Bar
    • Ancient Warlocks, Chiefs, Lazy Cobra, Hobosexual @ Tower Bar
    • Adam Lipman, Violent Flame Meditation, Gift Machine @ Tin Can
    • Tiki Tuesday, featuring Old Man Johnson @ Bar Pink
    • Infamous Stringdusters, the Boston Boys @ Belly Up
    • Thou, Dangers, Cloudrat, Age of Collapse @ Che Cafe
    • Fabulous & Jermaine Dupri @ Fluxx
    • Gundwana @ House of Blues
    • Breez'n @ Humphrey's Backstage Live
    • Yonas @ Porter's Pub
    • Kiss & Make Up- Twee/c86 by Jon & Kyle @ Whistle Stop
    • Skerik's Bandalabra @ Winston's
    • Bayou Brothers @ Tio Leo's
    • Train of Thought @ Queen Bee's
    • DJ Ramsey @ The Office
    • Big City Dawgs @ Henry's Pub
    • High Tech Tuesdays @ Kava Lounge
    • Soul Shakedown @ The Shakedown
    • Reggae Night @ 710 Beach Club

    Rosemary Bystrak writes about the San Diego music scene, events and general musings about life in San Diego on San Diego: Dialed In. Follow her updates on Twitter or contact her directly.

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