This week in San Diego concerts, there are plenty of opportunities to get to know the local music scene—Bit Maps, The Creepy Creeps, Subtropics, and more that you don’t want to miss.

Monday, February 6

Bit Maps, Subtropics, Nite Lapse – Casbah
Bit Maps features singer-songwriter Drew Andrews from The Album Leaf and four other postmodern electronic musicians. Based in San Diego, their most recent release is You & Me & Dystopia. More info.

Wednesday, February 8

NOTS, Tar Pit – Hideout
Need to get loud on a Wednesday? NOTS can help! They’re a four-piece noise-punk band from Memphis, who released their debut album in 2014 and toured both North American and Europe. More info.

Saturday, February 11

The Creepy Creeps, Schizophonics, The Widows, Alvino and the Dwells – Casbah
The Creepy Creeps have been playing shows in San Diego for a long time. They put on quite a show too–expect mariachi skeletons outfits, surf punk played at breakneck speed, and infectious engergy. More info.

Saturday, February 11

Wax-Tailor, L’Orange – Music Box
Wax-Tailor is a French hip-hop musician. His most recent album dropped October 2016 and is called Any Beats Necessary. More info.

Saturday, February 11

SOJA – Observatory North Park
SOJA, aka Soldiers Of Jah Army, is an reggae band based in Arlington, Virginia. Their most recent album came out in 2014 and it’s called Amid the Noise and Haste. More info.

Sunday, February 12

Save Ferris – Belly Up Tavern
Save Ferris is a ska band formed in the 90’s in Orange County. If their name sounds familiar, you might recognize the Ferris Bueller’s Day Off reference. More info.

By: Lara McCaffrey