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SoCal bands rock the Pour House with SoundDiego LIVE

SoundDiego LIVE host Alysha Nett announces next band to play and begins to hand out free t-shirts to the crowd.

SoundDiego LIVE host Alysha Nett announces next band to play and begins to hand out free t-shirts to the crowd.

Photo by Dania Meza

SoundDiego LIVE host Alysha Nett announces next band to play and begins to hand out free t-shirts to the crowd.

Photo by Dania Meza

Photo by Dania Meza

SoundDiego LIVE host Alysha Nett announces next band to play and begins to hand out free t-shirts to the crowd.

Dania Meza, Staff Writer

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SoundDiego LIVE quenched local fans’ thirst with SoCal sounds served from James Supercave, Aviator Stash and Los Shadows along with Mason Ale Works beer at Oceanside’s Pour House on Jan. 25.

 

For live show aficionados in North County, finding a show nearby without having to make their way up and down the 5 freeway is rare. The 63rd party, hosted by Alysha Nett, was free to the 21 crowd;.

 

Los Shadows, a dreamy surf rock quartet from National City, kicked off the night with a couple new songs, including recently released single “Laugh Now Cry Later” as a preview to their album of the same name coming out in November.

 

As their set continued, the band had fans singing along to their song, “Lisa Sheets,” made popular by the band’s 11-minute mini-movie released last year. Their chill melodies filling the Oceanside bar just five minutes away from the beach felt like a perfect match.

 

From just a hop over the Coast Highway, Carlsbad’s Aviator Stash are no strangers to the stage as they’ve been playing shows around San Diego at venues like the Music Box.

 

The band started with a bang opening with “Shot Song.” The quintet were recently nominated for the 28th San Diego Music Awards for Best Indie/Alternative band and gave an incredible performance leaving no doubt as to why. Although the bar was dimly lit, the boys created an energetic shift felt in the air, as waves of fans danced along.

 

By then, moving around the divey, the animal skull lined bar proved to be a challenge as the crowd drew closer to the stage, prepared for the final band of the night.

 

Hailing all the way from Echo Park indie-psych pop headliners, James Supercave, kept the crowd’s warm buzz going as they premiered songs off their new album Alarm Will Sound, before their sold out release show the next day. The trio kept the groove going in the crowd as they played “Fools,” whose video released in October of last year.

 

Music, culture and community were the themes of the night with show house full of people shoulder-to-shoulder and amber liquid induced smiles throughout the night.

 

For those 21 and older, the Pour House had proven to be a premier spot for live music in North County and the night may have begun a chain reaction of upcoming shows in the year to come.

 

For those interested in a fun and free night, RSVP to the next event and support your local scene!

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