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Sounds Like San Diego: Nov. 27

Molotov is the latest big name in Mexican rock to come through town


I've got to confess, crossover genres never did much for me. While I know bands who have done it or can currently pull it off, they're few and far between. For some reason, however, when it comes to bands mixing genres AND languages, I'm kinda all in. San Diego has been scoring some pretty huge gets lately when it comes to rock en Espanol, so you're on a roll if you get to see Molotov tonight at the Observatory. The band has been busy being awesome since the mid-'90s, and they dropped their first record in three years earlier this year. Catch them if you can. Meanwhile, at the Belly Up, Dhani Harrison, son of that Harrison, makes an appearance, while Casbah has a local lineup featuring Almost Monday. It's also the end of the month, which means another Under Cover at the Office -- this time with local musicians playing their favorites of Duran Duran's catalog. 

Monday, Nov. 27:

  • Molotov @ Observatory North Park
  • Dhani Harrison, Summer Moon, Mereki @ Belly Up
  • Almost Monday, Aviator Stash, Stray Monroe @ Casbah 
  • Duran Duran Under Cover @ The Office
  • Southern Call @ Soda Bar
  • Unsung Genius: Trivia & Karaoke @ The Merrow
  • Soultry Monday with Tori Roze & the Hot Mess @ Bar Pink
  • Electric Waste Band @ Winston's
  • Makossa Mondays with DJ Tah Rei @ Seven Grand
  • Evan Diamond @ De Oro Mine Co.
  • Musical Monday @ Martini's Above Fourth
  • Kerry-Oke Pizza Party @ The Holding Company 1502
  • '80s with Junior theDISCOpunk @ The Brass Rail
  • Movie Night with Beau @ Pour House (Oceanside)
  • Missy Andersen @ Humphreys Backstage Live
  • Electric Relaxation: Underground '90s, chill hip-hop and board games @ Whistle Stop
  • Salsa and Bachata @ Tio Leo's
  • Real Live Monday with Shane Hall @ El Dorado
  • Trivia with Shantih @ The Bancroft
  • Wheels of the Industry @ Live Wire
  • Open Mic @ Lestat's
  • Acoustic Night/Industry Night @ Henry's Pub
  • All That! A Mostly 90s Thing @ U-31

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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