By: Lara McCaffrey

Almost every day this week there’s a MAJOR show. UMO, Silversun Pickups and the Arcs just to name a few! Will we see you at any of these concerts?

 

Tuesday, April 19

Silversun Pickups – The Observatory North Park
Remember their hit song “Lazy Eye?” Silversun Pickups is back with a new album just as good as the single that put them at the top of the charts. Better Nature dropped last year and it’s perfect for any alternative rock fan. More info.

 

Wednesday, April 20

The Arcs – The Observatory North Park
When Dan Auerbach isn’t singing in the Black Keys or producing hit albums, he’s playing with the Arcs. The Arcs sound similar to the Black Keys but are more garage rockin’. Their 2015 debut is called Yours, Dreamily. More info.

 

Wednesday, April 20

Wild Nothing – Casbah
We looove the dreamy indie rock from Wild Nothing! See our interview with Jack Tatum here! Their newest album, Life of Pause came out last month and we’re uber stoked on it. More info.

 

Wednesday, April 20

The Big Pink – Soda Bar
Hailing from London comes an English electronic rock band, consisting of multi-instrumentalists Robbie Furze, Mary Charteris Jesse Russell and Free Hallas. Together, they bring big sound and catchy synth-infused tunes for all to enjoy! More info.

 

Thursday, April 21

Unknown Mortal Orchestra – The Belly Up Tavern
Ruben Nielson from UMO is not one to shy away from wearing his heart on his sleeve and ripping guitar solos. His music combines funk, jazz and rock influences with raw, personal lyrics. Hear Nielson’s interview with Unsigned Sunday last time he came to San Diego. More info.

 

Friday, April 22

Deerhunter – Oberservatory North Park
Our favorite noise rockers from Atlanta, Georgia are back on the road promoting their new album Fading Frontier. As always, the new album is being well received by critics and fans alike. More info.

 

Friday, April 22

Mac Sabbath, The Kabbs, Kids in Heat, Shady Francos – The Music Box
Mac Sabbath is a parody heavy metal band from Los Angeles inspired by–you guessed it–McDonalds and Black Sabbath. San Diego natives the Kabbs, Shady Francos and Murrieta based Kids in Heat will open. More info.