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Student band plays music like pixies

by Liliana Cervantes, Staff Writer // September 4, 2015

Jangly guitar, driving drumbeats and quick, fun songs make Nancy Sin a lively, local twee pop band that sweetens San Diego’s edgy music scene — and...

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Local venues cater to DIY scene

Local venues cater to DIY scene

by Sarah Tanori, Senior Staff Writer // April 9, 2015

Let’s face it, any broke college student who loves music does not want to consistently spend $30-$50 on a show. That could mean food, basic necessities,...

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Teen band rides wave to success

Teen band rides wave to success

by Courtney Brown, Staff Writer // April 9, 2015

When they’re not skateboarding, at the beach or hanging out at 7-Eleven, Luis Mireles, Sal Samano and Kalani Lomu are making sweet, sweet sounds for...

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Che Cafe extends stay after August trial date set

by Ryo Miyauchi, Asst. Entertainment Editor // August 6, 2014

Previously faced for eviction and termination of lease on July 13, the Che Cafe was recently granted an extended stay. This extension marks a positive...

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Che Cafe goes out with a hardcore bang

by Ryo Miyauchi, Assistant Entertainment Editor // July 7, 2014

Supporters of the historic Che Cafe have been fighting against the venue’s closure since first notified in May by University of California, San Diego....

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Still-standing Che Cafe hosts Pity Sex

by Ryo Miyauchi, Assistant Entertainment Editor // June 23, 2014

Released in a year full of stunning records, the debut album, “Feast of Love," by Pity Sex stands as an indie rock highlight from 2013. A full year has...

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Katie Crutchfield brings intimate music to Che Cafe with side project

by Ryo Miyauchi // December 2, 2013

In January of 2012, musician Katie Crutchfield released her solo project Waxahatchee after disbanding her band P.S. Eliot. At the time, Waxahatchee’s...

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