Cozz Is Coming to San Diego!

Despite being on the Win or Lose Tour, it’s always a win-win when Cozz is performing! The Los Angeles rapper will be opening up for Dom Kennedy at Soma on December 7th.

Creating a fresh blend of cerebral introspection and brash attitude, it's no wonder that J. Cole tapped Cozz to be the L.A. representative on his Dreamville label. Cozz's prominent spot on the "Win Or Lose Tour," which also features support from Jay 305 and Warm Brew, closes out an eventful 2018 for Cozz, who released Effected (Dreamville/Interscope Records) this past February. The album featured A-list collaborations with Kendrick Lamar, J. Cole, and Curren$y and allowed the rapper to headline "The Effected Tour" this past Spring.

Don’t miss your chance to see Dom Kennedy and Cozz perform at Soma on December 7th! Tickets are still available at one of San Diego’s best venues!

When: December 7th, 2018

Where: Soma

Doors: 7 pm

Show: 8 pm

Cost: $30

Get tickets here!

 Written by: Christian Le

Written by: Christian Le

Kasbo Performing Live at the Music Box

 Photo Credit: Twitter (@KasboMusic)

Photo Credit: Twitter (@KasboMusic)

Sweden record producer and DJ, Kasbo, is performing at the Music Box in San Diego on December 2nd! The Electronic artist is currently on a U.S. tour to support the release of his debut album, Places We Don’t Know.

Kasbo has sold out his previous North American tour - as well as joining label mate ODESZA

for a performance at the legendary Red Rocks Amphitheatre. He has also played at numerous festivals such as Electric Forest, Coachella, Firefly, Hangout, and many more. These string of shows and festival performances have marked Kasbo’s longest run of shows to date.

His debut album has been quoted by Billboard Magazine as “luscious compositions paint sunset sounds that tickle the senses.” and Kasbo himself has been marked as “Ones to Watch”. Don’t just take our word for it, listen to Kasbo when he performs at the Music Box!

When: Sunday, December 2nd

Doors: 8:00 pm

Show: 9:00 pm

Where: The Music Box in Downtown San Diego

Cost: $25

Get tickets here!

Tour Dates:
Fri 11.30 - San Francisco, CA @ Mezzanine - early show
Fri 11.30 - San Francisco, CA @ Mezzanine - late show - SOLD OUT
Sun 12.02 - San Diego, CA @ Music Box
Sat 1.05 - Cape Canaveral, FL @ Holy Ship!

Written by: Christian Le

Quiet Slang Comes to the Soda Bar on June 29th!

Beach Slang is coming to San Diego on June 29th. However the band will be arriving under a new name, Quiet Slang. 

Quiet Slang is lead singer James Alex’s new project. For fans who want to know the difference between Quiet Slang and Beach Slang, listen to “Dirty Cigarettes” below and compare it to Beach Slang’s Cheap Thrills on a Dead End Street EP. It's the same song but the new version  on Quiet Slang’s new album, Everything Matters But No One Is Listening really shows the contrast of the songs. The songs sound similar but the new acoustic version really puts an emphasis on the lyrics and showcases them. It's always refreshing to hear a new take on a song and have it sound just as good or maybe even better than the original.

Apparently, the idea of Quiet Slang came after a performance of Beach Slang songs when they came on for NPR’s Tiny Desk series. The positive reception from the acoustic performance James Alex put on for Tiny Desk led him to release the first release under the Quiet Slang name with an EP in 2017. Beach Slang was more listening to the great instrumentation of the songs and Quiet Slang is more on an introspective take where the lyrics are what shines more. 

Everything Matters But No One Is Listening is an album loaded with stripped-down versions of previous Beach Slang songs. Although the album is solid, fans were worried this might spell the demise of Beach Slang. Despite many changes to Beach Slang's lineup, James reassured fans that the band has not broken up. Quiet Slang is more of a sibling to the Beach Slang family. 

The title of the album itself, Everything Matters But No One Is Listening, is a a change of pace for listeners of Beach Slang. These more barren and acoustic songs put a spotlight on the original and shed new light on them. Fans new and old should be excited to see this reinvention. If you're interested in more of an intimate set with a drink in hand, this show will be one for you. 

You can find tickets to the show here