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San Diego Shows–Thursday, Feb. 4

February 4, 2010 - 9:04 am

 PLAN A: Vivian Girls, Best Coast, Pearl Harbor @ The Casbah. It’s a full night of lo-fi girl-pop. Pearl Harbor is great, and the headliner has gracefully survived the inevitable indie backlash, but it’s Bethany Cosentino and Best Coast that makes my indie heart flutter. Her single “Sun Was High (So Was I)” is the greatest make-out-session-on-the-beach hipster anthem I’ve ever heard. Whatever that is. PLAN B: Author and Punisher @ Soda Bar. Ever hear industrial doom-metal made by one guy and a bunch of homemade instruments with nary a guitar in sight? Well, I have, and it needs to be seen to be believed. BACKUP PLAN: Portland Cello Project @ The Loft at UCSD.



The Old In Out, The Death Eaters, Grand Tarantula @ Bar Pink. Haiti earthquake benefit.  

Leg Lifters DJs Justin Pearson @ Ruby Room. Haiti earthquake benefit.

Public Culture in the Visual Sphere @ Visual Arts Performance Space, UCSD. Steven Graham from the University of Durham, U.K., discusses “Cities Under Siege: The New Military Urbanism,” as part of this ongoing lecture series.

The Deep Ones, Roxy Jones, Phantom Ratio @ Tin Can Ale House.

“Generations Party” with DJ Artistic & Cros 1 @ U-31.

Congorock, Vega, Salter & Diaz @ Voyeur.

Wesley Cole Switzer, D/Wolves, The New Assembly @ Beauty Bar.

Rob Deez, Allegra Barley, Veron @ Java Joe’s at Cafe Libertalia.

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