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    Remo Drive

    Sun., June 23, 7 p.m.
    The Irenic 3090 Polk Ave., San Diego

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    Dubbing your debut full-length Greatest Hits might be a bit of a misnomer—or, at worst, signs of a serious superiority complex—but there’s no bravado when it comes to REMO DRIVE. Instead, the Minnesota-based duo’s first album for Epitaph Records serves as the pinnacle of their four-plus years as a band up until now. Brothers Erik and Stephen Paulson formed Remo Drive in high school in 2013, inspired by “older kids who smoked weed and listened to Title Fight.” The pair of wide-eye musicians would find their legs in the emo world, but the songs on Greatest Hits—enveloped in themes of suburban malaise and self-reflection—shape-shift throughout all aspects of alternative rock, more

    Remo Drive

    Sun., June 23, 7 p.m.
    The Irenic 3090 Polk Ave., San Diego

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    Leikeli47 w/ Yung Baby Tate [Presented By The Travelers Club]

    Thu., June 27, 7 p.m.
    The Irenic 3090 Polk Ave., San Diego

    Buy Tickets$18


    LEIKELI47 with YUNG BABY TATE JUNE 27TH, SAN DIEGO, CA LEIKELI47 BIO:Even if you’ve followed the meteoric rise of musican and producer Leikeli47 thus far, you’re not prepared for where she’s going to take you next. Her second album Acrylic is brash, bold, and as gleefully tough as the material the album takes its name from. “We have this saying that when you smell acrylic, you know just where you are,” she explains while discussing what the album title means to her. “Acrylic is a hard substance and I feel this is one of my harder records to date. It speaks to how hard times don’t break you, they make more

    Ceremony + Sheer Mag

    Wed., July 3, 7 p.m.
    The Irenic 3090 Polk Ave., San Diego

    Buy from TicketFly$15-$18


    Ceremony are a punk band from Rohnert Park, California, just outside of San Francisco. Their three albums on the Deathwish and Bridge 9 labels are widely seen as the most compelling, unusual and progressive hardcore of the last five years. For their Matador debut Zoo, produced by John Goodmanson (Blood Brothers, Sleater-Kinney, Girls, Weezer), the band have refined their jagged sound while continuing to pursue themes of exurban alienation and confinement. Zoo explores punk and post-punk traditions: the rhythm section remains as tense and propulsive as ever, while guitarist Anthony Anzaldo moves with ease from ringing power chords to stealthy leads reminiscent of Gang of Four and The Cramps. Ross more

    Ceremony, Sheer Mag

    Wed., July 3, 7 p.m.
    The Irenic 3090 Polk Ave., San Diego

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    Hardcore punk band from Rohnert Park, California,, USA.

    Yves Tumor w/ Hirakish + Special Guests [Presented by The Travelers Club]

    Fri., July 26, 7 p.m.
    The Irenic 3090 Polk Ave., San Diego

    Buy Tickets$15-$20


    YVES TUMOR / IAN ISIAH / HIRAKISH @ THE IRENICJULY 26, 2019 / 7PM-10PM / ALL AGES ARTIST BIO: Yves Tumor? Try to unravel, and the dimensions and personas spill out like the cracked and warped contents of a grotesquely beautiful matryoshka doll. A gothic soundscape auteur? Details are scant, so the music does most of the talking…To see Yves Tumor step upon a stage is to be thrashed by a howling cyberpunk fiend - yet filter the recorded output and be treated to a kaleidoscopic union of classic songwriting and lobotomized sound experiments. The duality unveils subtly but hints and images can be parsed from music and lyrics, giving more

    Weyes Blood

    Wed., Aug. 7, 8 p.m.
    The Irenic 3090 Polk Ave., San Diego

    Buy from TicketFly$15-$18


    The phantom zone, the parallax, the upside down -- there is a rich cultural history of exploring in-between places. Through her latest, Titanic Rising (out April 5, 2019 on Sub Pop Records), Weyes Blood (a.k.a. Natalie Mering) has, too, designed her own universe to soulfully navigate life’s mysteries. Maneuvering through a space-time continuum, she intriguingly plays the role of melodic, sometimes melancholic, anthropologist. Tellingly, Mering classifies Titanic Rising as the Kinks meet WWII or Bob Seger meets Enya. The latter captures the album’s willful expansiveness (“You can tell there’s not a guy pulling the strings in Enya’s studio,” she notes, admiringly). The former relays her imperative to connect with listeners more

    Hawthorne Heights + Emery

    Sun., Aug. 18, 7 p.m.
    The Irenic 3090 Polk Ave., San Diego

    Buy Tickets$20-$25

    Hawthorne Heights, Emery

    Sun., Aug. 18, 7 p.m.
    The Irenic 3090 Polk Ave., San Diego

    Buy Tickets$20 adv/$25 day of show


    Emo-punk band from Dayton, Ohio, U.S.A. Formed in 2001 as A Day In The Life, the band soon went through some changes in lineup and musical direction, which led also to a name change. They released their debut album, "The Silence In Black And White", in 2004 on Victory Records. On November 24th, 2007, Casey Calvert died in his sleep while being on tour with the band. Lineup: Casey Calvert (deceased) - guitar, backing vocals Chris "Poppy" Popadak - drums Mark McMillon - vocals, guitar Matt Ridenour - bass JT Woodruff - vocals, guitar

    Bad Books

    Mon., Aug. 19, 7:30 p.m.
    The Irenic 3090 Polk Ave., San Diego

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