Top concerts this week in San Diego (Dec. 17-23)


Top performances in town this week include Thom Yorke, Coast Club, Eric Rachmany and Baauer.

12.17: Thom Yorke

Sold out just mere moments after it went on sale, the Radiohead frontman returns to San Diego to play solo stuff and (we’re guessing) cuts from his October-released soundtrack to Luca Guadagnino’s remake of the horror film Suspiria.

@ Observatory North Park,

12.18: Ministry

The legendary industrial act is celebrating a few milestones this year. Not only did iconic front man Al Jourgensen just turn 60, the band’s breakthrough album, The Land of Rape and Honey, has now officially been around for three decades. Ministry also released their 14th studio album in 2018, the 9-track AmeriKKKant. Read PACIFIC’s interview with Jourgensen here.

@ House of Blues,

12.20: Hippie Sabotage

Calif.-based sibling DJ and production duo Hippie Sabotage (aka Kevin and Jeff Saurer) are perhaps best known for remixing Swedish crooner Tove Lo’s breakthrough hit, Habits (Stay High). The brothers have also released a handful of their own singles this year — I Found You, The Mist, and the three-song Hentai collection.

@ Observatory North Park,

12.21: Coast Club

DJ and production trio Trevor Shawn, Ace Future and Spencer Regan performed as WeAreTreo for years, remixing Drake’s Fake Love and Twenty One Pilots’ Ride as self-proclaimed “surfers by day, DJs by night.” But with Regan out, the L.A.-based duo of Shawn and Future released their first single under the new moniker, Coastin’ (feat. Sammy Johnson), in August.


12.21: Baauer

Remember all those Harlem Shake videos? Well, the DJ and producer behind the song that fueled them all — 29-year-old Harry Bauer Rodrigues — has since worked with the likes of Jay-Z, Pusha T, Future, M.I.A., Rae Sremmurd and more. His latest single, Company (feat. Soleima), was released in October.


12.21: Eric Rachmany

The lead singer of reggae rockers Rebelution has a go at it solo this time around.

@ Belly Up,

12.22: Slushii

Twenty-one-year-old L.A.-based DJ/producer Julian Scanlan (aka Slushii) has remixed everyone from Skrillex, Kaskade, and Drake to The Chainsmokers, Maroon 5 and Ariana Grande. Scanlan released his debut full-length studio album, Out of Light, last year.

@ Parq,