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    Dreamers

    Thu., Oct. 24, 7:30 p.m.
    The Irenic 3090 Polk Ave., San Diego

    Buy from TicketFly$18.00 - $20.00


    DREAMERS – LAUNCH FLY LAND Everything that's worthwhile in life starts with an idea, but in order for that dream to be fully realized it has to be followed up with hard work, creativity and hope. Those traits lie at the core of DREAMERS, a project that was born out of frontman Nick Wold's seemingly impossible dream of rock stardom. “I originally went to New York University when I was 18 to study jazz but while I was on that path, I realized that I wanted to communicate to people in a way that was more accessible and aligned with my personality,” he explains. Correspondingly in 2014, Wold decided to more

    The Weeks

    Fri., Oct. 25, 7 p.m.
    The Irenic 3090 Polk Ave., San Diego

    Buy Tickets$15-$18


    High-energy, Rowdy, Raucous, Longhair Mississippi Glam Rock. That's the sound of Easy, The Week's long-awaited followup to their breakthrough album, Dear Bo Jackson. Recorded at Ardent Studios in Memphis — a place filled with the ghosts (and gear) of the Replacements, ZZ Top, and Big Star, all of whom traveled to Ardent to create their own landmark albums — Easy finds The Weeks doubling down on a mix of groove, grit, and guitars. It's swaggering and sharply-focused, shining new light on a band of brothers who, although still in their mid-20s, have already logged a decade's worth of sweaty gigs together. If Easy bears resemblance to the raw, rowdy attitude more

    (Sandy) Alex G

    Sat., Oct. 26, 7 p.m.
    The Irenic 3090 Polk Ave., San Diego

    Buy Tickets$18-$22


    There’s hardly a second when Alex Giannascoli’s voice can’t be heard in “Walk Away,” the opener of his latest album, House of Sugar. The distended, pitched-up wail that introduces the track gives way to cascading layers of his more familiar intonations. “Someday I’m gonna walk away from you,” he sings; “not today.” These are the song’s only words, repeated again and again for more than four minutes. In the repetition, emphasis shifts from “someday” to “not today" and back, leaving the listener in a space of uncertainty. It’s in this space that Giannascoli—the 26-year-old artist better known as (Sandy) Alex G—lingers throughout the album’s thirteen songs: between backwards and forwards, more

    Sandy Alex G: (Sandy) Alex G

    Sat., Oct. 26, 7 p.m.
    The Irenic 3090 Polk Ave., San Diego

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    Jaymes Young

    Wed., Oct. 30, 7:30 p.m.
    The Irenic 3090 Polk Ave., San Diego

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    Tiny Moving Parts

    Fri., Nov. 8, 6:30 p.m.
    The Irenic 3090 Polk Ave., San Diego

    Buy Tickets$19-$23


    Trio from Benson, Minnesota. The band takes influences from emo, math, alternative and power pop among others.

    Tiny Moving Parts

    Fri., Nov. 8, 6:30 p.m.
    The Irenic 3090 Polk Ave., San Diego

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    Max Bemis

    Fri., Nov. 15, 7 p.m.
    The Irenic 3090 Polk Ave., San Diego

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    With Confidence - Love And Loathing Tour

    Sat., Dec. 7, 6 p.m.
    The Irenic 3090 Polk Ave., San Diego

    Buy Tickets$16-$18


    Australian rockers With Confidence formed in 2012 and consists of high school mates Jayden Seeley (vocalist/bassist), Joshua Brozzesi (Drums), and Inigo Del Carmen (Guitar). After signing to Hopeless Records in 2015, the band released their debut album Better Weather in June of 2016. The album, acclaimed by both fans and critics, drew comparisons to scene favorites like All Time Low and State Champs. After years of touring with the likes of 5 Seconds of Summer, the Vans Warped Tour, and more, the band released their follow up album Love And Loathing in August of 2018, debuting at #9 on the US Billboard and on charts around the world. After multiple more

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