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Sounds Like San Diego: February 18



    What to do, what to do? While it appears Tuesday is thin on live music and leans more toward karaoke and comedy, the live acts that are performing are certainly worthy of your attention. At the Casbah, Public Service Broadcasting perform. Hailing from the UK, this electronic band weaves interesting samples of historical public announcements, radio broadcasts and other vocal tapes, then layers them with live instrument and mixing. They're slated to perform at South By Southwest next month, and their album doesn't drop until May, so I'd suggest this is one you want to see before they really break out on the scene. Meanwhile, Mother Falcon return to Soda Bar for their Tuesday residency. This multimember miniorchestra is getting national praise for its broad instrumentation while still packing a punch with their well-crafted pop songs. Tuesday night is looking alright after all.

    Tuesday, Feb. 18:

    • Public Service Broadcasting, Kiev, Greg Griffin (Proud Mary) @ Casbah
    • Mother Falcon, Taken By Canadians @ Soda Bar
    • Tiki Tuesday @ Bar Pink
    • Concert for Heroes, a benefit for the SEAL NSW Family Foundation @ Belly Up
    • The Yev, Drop Joy @ Tin Can
    • Allegra @ Alchemy
    • The Liquorsmiths @ House of Blues
    • Vamos, the Burdens @ Tower Bar
    • Jesse Davis @ Humphrey's Backstage Live
    • David Borgo, Tim McNalley & Tobin Chodos @ The Loft (5 p.m.)
    • Dream Night, with Mario Orduno @ Whistle Stop
    • Meeting of the Meyends, with DXA, Destructo Body, A-Lowe @ Winston's
    • DJ Greg Zydeco @ Tio Leo's
    • Reggae Revival, featuring Protoje, Jah9 @ Worldbeat Center
    • Train of Thought @ Queen Bee's
    • Bayou Brothers @ Tio Leo's
    • Tomcat Courtney @ La Gran Tapa
    • Rockabilly Tuesdays, featuring Big City Dawgs @ Henry's Pub
    • High Tech Tuesdays @ Kava Lounge
    • 710 Bass Club @ 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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