Top concerts in San Diego this week (Sept. 11-17)


Top concerts headed into San Diego this week include Green Day, Black Uhuru and Netsky.

9.11 Quicksand

The NYC post-hardcore vets fronted by Youth of Today and Gorilla Biscuits’ Walter Schreifels haven’t released music since 1995. Reuniting in 2012 for their first run of shows in 13 years, the band has only played sporadically since. They’ll tackle 24-plus dates throughout September and October.

@ Belly Up,

9.13 Green Day

Despite Billie Joe and the boys celebrating their 30th anniversary last year, the five-time Grammy winners aren’t slowing down. Revolution Radio, the band’s 12th studio album, was released last October. Catfish and the Bottlemen open the show.

@ Mattress Firm Amphitheatre,

9.13 Ásgeir

The 24-year-old Icelandic singer and musician released his second album, Afterglow, in May. His 2014 release, In the Silence, is actually an English-language reissue of his 2012 Icelandic debut, Dyro í dauoapögn.

@ Belly Up,

9.15 Cigarettes After Sex

Although it was initially founded in El Paso, Texas, nine years ago, Greg Gonzalez’s dream pop quartet finally released its self-titled, full-length debut in June.

@ The Irenic,

9.15: Botnek

The Montreal-based DJ duo of Gordon Huntley and Erick Muise has remixed the likes of Steve Aoki, Porter Robinson and Jack Beats. After collaborating with LOUDPVCK and Snails earlier in the year, their latest single, Don’t Need U, was released in August.

@ Bang Bang,

9.15 Black Uhuru

Returning to the Belly Up almost exactly a year from their last performance in Solana Beach, founding member Derrick “Duckie” Simpson leads the Grammy Award-winning reggae legends back to San Diego.

@ Belly Up,

9.16: Netsky

Boris Daenen (aka Netsky) is a Belgian producer and DJ named after a computer virus. He released his third studio album, aptly named 3, last year.

@ Bassmnt,

9.16: Eli & Fur

The London-based DJ duo of Eliza Noble and Jennifer Skillman have collaborated together since they were teens. The pair released their latest, the four-track Chlo/Wendy Legs EP, in March on Anjunadeep Records.

@ Bang Bang,

9.17 Future Islands / Explosions In The Sky

Maryland synth-rockers Future Islands released their fifth studio album, The Far Field, in April, while instrumental Texas quartet Explosions in the Sky released their seventh studio album, The Wilderness, last year.

@ Cal Coast Credit Union Open Air Theatre,