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Sounds Like San Diego: May 7

Japanese psych-rockers Acid Mothers Temple are back to keep things weird

Courtesy of Acid Mothers Temple

It's not always about the weekend as Mondays often show us. At Casbah, Japanese psych-rockers Acid Mothers Temple are back to keep things weird, and our friend Veronica May is making a habit of Monday nights at the Office -- this time, joined by our buddy Ariel Levine to sweeten the pot. Country lovers should be stoked on the sheer number of shows coming through town as of late, including Nashville's Sunny Sweeney, who takes the stage tonight at Soda Bar. Finally, I've been watching a lot of music documentaries lately and Keb Mo seems to be in all of them, so it's no surprise the second night of this music legend and walking music historian is sold out at the Belly Up. Hopefully, you got your tickets early and planned ahead -- if not, I'm sure he'll be back around soon.

Monday, May 7:

  • Keb' Mo' @ Belly Up (sold out)
  • Acid Mothers Temple, Yoo Doo Right, the Color Forty Nine @ Casbah 
  • Veronica May Band with Ariel Levine & Mechanical Royalty @ The Office
  • Sunny Sweeney, Ward Davis, Tennessee Jet @ Soda Bar
  • Unsung Genius: Trivia & Karaoke @ The Merrow
  • Motown on Monday @ Bar Pink
  • Electric Waste Band @ Winston's
  • Ristband @ Winston's (5 p.m.)
  • Makossa Mondays with DJ Tah Rei @ Seven Grand
  • West Coast Weekender Residents + Special Guests @ Lafayette Hotel 
  • San Elijo Middle School Spring Concert @ California Center for the Arts, Escondido
  • Blue Monday @ Blonde
  • Is This It: early 2000's indie dance party @ Space (free)
  • Casey Stickney @ De Oro Mine Co.
  • Andy Anderson & Nathan Fry @ Martini's Above Fourth
  • Strictly Acoustic @ Navajo Live
  • '80s with Junior theDISCOpunk @ The Brass Rail
  • Margarita Monday with Salsa and Bachata @ Tio Leo's
  • Wheels of the Industry @ Live Wire
  • Open Mic @ Lestat's
  • Acoustic Night/Industry Night @ Henry's Pub
  • 31 Flavors @ U-31
  • Military and Industry Mondays @ 710 Beach Club

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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