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Smerz – Have fun

We love the sound of Smerz, this is the video for the song “Have fun”.

Lyrics
Nothing is embarrassing
Have fun

Always wanted you to call me something
Always wanted you to call me something
Just ask me cause I really wanna be one, look like
Too much, I talk less
Oh you’re so blunt
And I act and I talk like I know you so good

All we wanted was to feel something
But you’ve been acting like I ain’t got nothing
I’ll be out far cause I really wanna ask you about living
I’m free to fall now
And I act and I talk like I know you so good

All I wanted was to feel something
Cause I think all in all you should save me
You should turn my way
You should turn my way
All I wanted was to feel something
Cause I think all in all you should save me
You should turn my way

Shouldn’t think before you speak, I tell you
You should know yeah you should know
Shouldn’t think before you speak, I tell you
Cause you look like you’re trying
You should know yeah you should know
I talk like I know you so good
Starring JulieDinaAnnikenJosefineHannaAnnaSofieSaraKatChristinaClaudiaPiaHeddaTirilAndreaMaria

Directed & Edited by Smerz
Producer: Julie Mortensen Isaksen
DoP: Mauritz Brekke Solberg (FÉRDI FILM)
Gaffer: Tommy Søreide Kjær (FÉRDI FILM)
Key Grip: Fredrik Torsvik (FÉRDI FILM)
Set design: Lykke Birkeland Hagen
Stylist & Costume: Dina Heider Hov and Katarina Barannik
Hair & Make up: Dina Heider Hov and Katarina Barannik
Colour grade: Steve Atkins

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The Radio Dept. – Your true name

The Radio Dept. released a new song “Your true name” out now via Just so! recordings.
They are playing a live show on January 29th at El Rey Theater in Los Angeles, CA.

Lyrics:
Any time now
They will force the door
Any time now
Any time
Just kick it right down
Pin us to the floor
Any time now
Any time

And they call you delusive
But I always knew your name
And they call you abusive
But I always knew your name

Past the frontline
Way beyond the gore
Biding time now
Biding time
Past expecting
We will reach that shore
Any time now
Any time

And they call you delusive
But I always knew your name
And they call you abusive
But I always knew your name
And they call you delusive
But I know you’ll never do me no harm
And they call you abusive
But I always knew your name

Vinyl Junkies Record Swap Setlist

We were invited to select music for the Vinyl Junkies Record Swap, held at The Casbah on December 9th 2017. The setlist consists of music released in the 1970’s, 1990’s and from 2017. We played the last song by Death EyesSi la revancha fuera una opción” for Tony Reflex from The Adolescents.

1er. Aniversario de Cine Tonala presenta a Eric Curiel Band

Por: Alfredo Tellez / Edith Morales

La banda de Eric Curiel se presentó el 14 de Octubre en el Cine Tonalá como parte de la celebración de su 1er aniversario.

Aquí unas fotos de la presentación en vivo.

John Maus at the Soda Bar.

By: Alfredo Tellez / Edith Morales

John Maus came to the Soda Bar on October 12th, 2017 in support of his latest album “Screen Memories ” to play to a sold out show.

Here is a gallery from the show.

The setlist was this:

Castles In the Grave / Quantum Leaps / Rights For Gays / …And The Rain / Streetlight / Time To Die / The Crucifix / Touchdown / Maniac / Cop Killer / Pets

ENCORE

Do Your Best / Believer.

He will be returning to San Diego to play the Belly Up on January 29th. His show is not to be missed.

The National at Cal Coast Credit Union

By: Alfredo Tellez / Edith Morales

The National played the Cal Coast Credit Union Open Air Theatre at SDSU on October 12th in support of their latest album “Sleep Well Beast” out now on 4ad.

It was their first visit to San Diego since they played Street Scene in ’08 and the Casbah in ’07 with St. Vincent.

Trying to write about the National live has its difficulties. Those are due to the fact that you can only try and pay attention to one member of the band at a time. The Dessner twins are just amazing at the guitars and layers of noise that they produce at each show. The Davendorf brothers, Scott at bass and Bryan’s impeccable drumming, are worth the price of admission alone.

Which now brings us to Matt Berninger. There’s something about the lyrics and the self depricating humour behind them, about the seriousness about them, about the goofiness in them. And then you have the delivery and voice which makes you (me) feel.

Here’s the setlist:

Nobody Else Will Be There / The System Only Sleeps In Total Darkness / Walk It Back / Guilty Party / Don’t Swallow The Cap / Afraid Of Everyone / Bloodbuzz Ohio / Dark Side Of The Gym / I’ll Still Destroy You / Turtleneck / I Need My Girl / This Is The Last Time / Wasp Nest / Conversation 16 / Apartment Story / Carin At The Liquor Store / Day I Die / Fake Empire

ENCORE

Start A War / Lemonworld / Mr. November / Terrible Love.

And for a second there it almost looked like they were going to play “Lose yourself”, well maybe not even if they teased the intro. But either way at the end of the show the PA played the song and Matt came out to “dance” or rap or sing, but mostly to just parade the stage and say hivto the fans while the song played.

Here’s to hoping that it doesn’t take 10 years and/or 3 albums for the band to come back.

Edit; The National played the Spreckels Theatre back on May 23rd 2010. It still took them too damn long to come back to San Diego.

Zola Jesus at the Casbah

Zola Jesus played the Casbah on September 21st in support of her latest album “Okovi” out on Sacred Bones Records.

Here’s a gallery from that show.

Here’s the setlist from that great intimate show:

Veka / Soak / Dangerous Days / Siphon / Witness / Wiseblood / Hikikomori / Night / Vessel / Exhumed.

Love Theme live at Space Bar

Love Theme played Space Bar on 9/26. Who is Love Theme? It’s Alex Zhang Hungtai (of the now defunct projects Dirty Beaches and Last Lizard), along with Austin Milne, and Simon Frank, ‘Love Theme’ is arranged from an improvised session with twin saxophones, synthesizer, percussion, drum machine, and voice.

Being able to hear the self titled album played live is an experience. I’ll do my best to try and do it justice with an explanation of sorts.

It’s a narrative versed in lament. It’s a forgotten memory being rearranged before your very eyes. It’s the meeting or re-encounter of lost souls in a different time and place. All these feeling and emotions were transmitted at the show.

The only organic instruments were the saxophones and yet the cables came alive. The room expanded. The room caved in. The room was breathing.

Vinyl Junkies Record Swap

We love music & vinyl, we know you do too!, so please join us at the next Vinyl Junkies Record Swap!, happening on Saturday December 9th from 11:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. at the world famous Casbah in San Diego, CA.
Come look and find those records that are missing from your collection or buy some records for your loved ones, great xmas gifts, there will be lots of vendors, free Discogs tote bags and pizza from Lefty’s Chicago Pizzeria, drinks and great music by Dj Pokkey, Jon Blaj, Diana Death, Victor Penalosa and special Dj set by Tony Adolescent and we will also be selecting music from 3:00 to 4:00 p.m.
Come hang out, grab a drink and dig!
This event is 21+

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