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Sounds Like San Diego: Oct. 19

The Silent Comedy, Maggie Rogers, Metalachi and more have all your live-music bases covered Friday

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    The Silent Comedy headline the Casbah Friday.

    If you're a San Diegan who has been into the local scene for some time, you've certainly missed and noticed the absence of the Silent Comedy. Since co-frontman Joshua Zimmerman moved to New York and other members became dads, we don't get to see them often enough, so it should come as no surprise that their show at the Casbah is completely sold out. We hope that a new record (read out about it here) could mean more San Diego dates in the near future, but we can't be certain. Another sold-out show in town is with relative newcomer Maggie Rogers, who left us so impressed when she sold out the Irenic last year that it was only a matter of time before she moved into larger venues. If you didn't grab your tickets to either of those, your best bet tonight is to catch Devon Welsh (formerly of Majical Cloudz) at Soda Bar or our favorite mariachi metal band, Metalachi, at Belly Up.

    Friday, Oct. 19:

    • The Silent Comedy, Creature Canyon, Stray Monroe @ Casbah (SOLD OUT)
    • Maggie Rogers, Mallrat @ The Observatory North Park (SOLD OUT)
    • Metalachi, Madly @ Belly Up
    • Devon Welsh, T. Gowdy @ Soda Bar
    • Zombie Barbie, Motorbabe, Dinosaur Ghost, the Pictographs @ Ken Club
    • Teenage Goo Goo Muck Misfits Tribute with DJs Gary Shuffler and Javi Nunez @ Bar Pink 
    • (Hed) P.E., 1001, the Flood, Van Brando, J. Andrew @ Brick By Brick
    • Wingtips, Provoker @ Whistle Stop
    • Twin Guns, Hiroshima Mockingbirds, Thee Allyrgic Reaction @ Black Cat Bar
    • Portamento, Shameface, Blu Nites, Group Photos, No Kings, Jaws, Beldum @ SOMA
    • At the Gates, Wolves in the Throne Room, Thrown Into Exile @ House of Blues
    • Abolishment of Flesh, Begat the Nephilim, Mutilated By Zombies @ Space
    • Kaminanda Live Band, DJ Alchemic @ Winston's
    • The Frets, Aviator Stash, BlackSky Nectar @ 710 Beach Club
    • Montague Street @ Templar's Hall in Old Poway Park
    • Jesse Labelle @ Moonshine Beach 
    • Redwood Black @ Moonshine Flats 
    • The Naked I @ De Oro Mine Co.
    • Tori Roze & the Hot Mess @ The Rabbit Hole
    • Burlap the Sac @ City Pub
    • Hellmarch @ Til-Two Club
    • Salem's Bend, Stone Deaf, Mean Heat @ Tower Bar 
    • Blue Frog Band @ Crossroads, House of Blues
    • Slow Hollows, Temporex @ The Che Cafe 
    • Zenith @ Border X Brewing
    • Custard Pie @ Pour House (10 p.m.)
    • California Rangers @ Pour House (5 p.m.)
    • Lost Dakota, Dead End Drive-in, the Midnight Block, Lineup Rookie, the Waste Aways @ Bancroft Bar
    • Janice & Nathan @ Martini's Above Fourth
    • All-Vinyl Happy Hour w/Monsieur Turbeau @ The Office (6 p.m.)
    • Kid Wonder @ U-31
    • Blue Largo CD Release @ Tio Leo's
    • Wildside @ Humphreys Backstage Live (9 p.m.)
    • Mercedes Moore @ Humphreys Backstage Live (5 p.m.)
    • Santana Pa Ti, the Finns @ Navajo Live  
    • Now & Later with DJ Artistic and friends @ El Dorado
    • The Lemon Twigs, Jungle Green @ Music Box
    • Touch Sensitive @ Bang Bang
    • SD Union with LTJ Bukem, Garva, Ghost M.D., Rebellion, EVLO, Mayeski, NIX, MC Ridda, Subliminal @ Spin
    • John Scofield Combo 66 @ TSRI 
    • We Are Your Friends Indie Dance Party @ Blonde
    • Steven Lin, piano: 2018-2019 Chamber Series @ La Jolla Athenaeum
    • Cash Cash @ Omnia
    • Beatnick @ FLUXX
    • Pulsar Arises Live Music & Art Show @ Kava Lounge

    Rosemary Bystrak is the publicist for the Casbah and 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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