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    The Serene Dominic Show with Jono Manson

    The answer to all three would be yes, thanks to the generosity of the new apartment owners, and if you missed this seeming mirage of a live event, The Serene Dominic Show will recreate some of the magic and the madness that comes from having too much...

    @ Up on the Sun by Serene Dominic on November 9, 2011 @ 6:00 am
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    A "Black" Bands Primer: In Celebration of Black Joe Lewis and the Honeybears

    Okay, seriously. Here us out. This is not a list of bands containing black people (some do, some don't), it's a list of bands with "black" in their band names. I came up with the idea shortly after The Black Lips performed at The Rhythm Room, and wai...

    @ Up on the Sun by Melissa Fossum on November 9, 2011 @ 5:30 am
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    Tumblr of the Week: Breaking Infinity

    ?We love bringing you tight tracks from local artists, so t his week we're bringing you Breaking Infinity, a blog run by hip-hop/rap artist Jaron Ikner, aka Black One. You can even get yourself some fresh new music for free just by going to the s...

    @ Up on the Sun by Lenni Rosenblum on November 9, 2011 @ 5:30 am
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    R.I.P. Heavy D; Dead at 44

    Yesterday afternoon, TMZ reported that Dwight Arrington Myers, better known as '90s rap icon Heavy D, passed away after being rushed to the hospital. According to both TMZ and People, police say that foul play was not involved and are treating his pa...

    @ Up on the Sun by Anthony Sandoval on November 9, 2011 @ 5:00 am
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    Seven Psychedelic Tunes to Get Psyched for Dead Meadow

    Dead Meadow's coming through town tonight with Drainbow and Strangers Family Band, so expect the Rhythm Room to get a little frizzle-fried by the band's psychedelicized rockers. Three Kings, the band's most recent release, drags listeners through a b...

    @ Up on the Sun by Christopher Hassiotis on November 8, 2011 @ 12:37 pm
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    M83 at Crescent Ballroom, 11/7/11

    M83 Crescent Ballroom Monday, November 7 "Epic" is a word that has come to be synonymous with the music of M83. Fans use it to describe the band's live experience and frontman Anthony Gonzalez himself has used it to describe the double-album, Hurry ...

    @ Up on the Sun by Anthony Sandoval on November 8, 2011 @ 9:27 am
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    The Bo-Keys at Rhythm Room, 11/7/11

    ? While M83 was bringing "epic" sounds to Crescent Ballroom, a very different kind of epic was going down across town at The Rhythm Room. The Bo-Keys, seven pieces lead by Scott Bomar and featuring Stax/Hi Records players Archie "Hubby" Tu...

    @ Up on the Sun by Jason P. Woodbury on November 8, 2011 @ 9:27 am
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    Key Losers' Katy Davidson: "Phoenix Is Way Cooler than Portland, In a Lot of Ways."

    "It's a cool feeling," she says over the phone from Fun Fun Fun Fest, where she performed playing guitar in YACHT. "Phoenix is pretty much my favorite place in the States to play." Davidson took some time away from watching bands at the festival (...

    @ Up on the Sun by Jason P. Woodbury on November 8, 2011 @ 8:30 am
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    Boris' Atsuo: "We Have Never Called Ourselves a Heavy Metal Band"

    ? Normally, a band releasing three albums in one year would be a big deal. But in the case of Japanese power trio Boris, the rapid-fire output is less surprising than the diversity featured on the albums. Over the course of Heavy Rocks (th...

    @ Up on the Sun by Jason P. Woodbury on November 8, 2011 @ 7:30 am
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    Led Zeppelin 2's Bruce Lamont on Playing Robert Plant, Groupies, and Nirvana's Nevermind

    Given the nature of the tribute band game, acts usually wow or disgust. There's not much room for gray area. When it comes to the real legends and the emotional attachments fans have to their records, bands like Led Zeppelin, it's go big or go home. ...

    @ Up on the Sun by Lauren Wise on November 8, 2011 @ 6:00 am
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    6 Musicians With Surprising Political Affiliations

    And what already-famous musicians would commit the career suicide of admitting their Republican affiliation? Sometimes the answers might surprise you more than you think. In celebration of the current state of WTF that dominates the 2012 election, we...

    @ Up on the Sun by Christina Caldwell on November 8, 2011 @ 5:30 am
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    Incoming: Roger Waters, Gigantour, New Edition

    ?Roger Waters is coming back to the US Airways Center to perform The Wall in its entirety once again. I was there last time, and many would agree that it was easily one of the best shows to have come through Phoenix in 2010. Roger Waters, Ne...

    @ Up on the Sun by Lenni Rosenblum on November 8, 2011 @ 5:00 am
  • Saul Williams


    Saul Williams

    Saul Williams' credentials don't hint at anyone you'd expect to associate with a genre as innocuous as pop music. After all, the outspoken wordplay wizard cut his teeth as the MC offspring of black activists, rose to prominence via the slam-poetry c...

    by Reyan Ali on March 1, 2012
  • Al Stewart


    Al Stewart

    In the unlikely event that Al Stewart can't make his scheduled March 2 concert, Destroyer frontman Dan Bejar could definitely fill in. Maybe he's Stewart's illegitimate love child, because, seriously, what are the odds two unrelated people could hav...

    by Glenn BurnSilver on March 1, 2012
  • Darkness Dear Boy


    Darkness Dear Boy

    Three-chord alternative isn't new, especially in Tempe. In the '90s, bands like The Refreshments and Gin Blossoms rode the style all the way to the major-label bank. Unfortunately for Darkness Dear Boy, they seem to be running a couple of decades be...

    by Christina Caldwell on March 1, 2012
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    Shai Hulud

    Can't an emotionally complex, religiously ambiguous metal band get a break? Even though the members of introspective prog-metal titans Shai Hulud are neither uniformly spiritual nor sober, the band has been combating both the "straight edge" and "Ch...

    by Chase Kamp on March 1, 2012
  • Vintage Violence: TOAD's Rotten Tide Oozes Analog Menace


    Vintage Violence: TOAD's Rotten Tide Oozes Analog Menace

    It's early on a Friday night, and I'm saddled up at the bar at Palo Verde Lounge in Tempe, waiting for the six members of blackened rock 'n' roll sextet TOAD (it's an acronym: Take Over and Destroy) to show up for an interview. The "Dirty Verde" is ...

    by Jason P. Woodbury on March 1, 2012
  • Sex Panther


    Sex Panther

    Neither Ryan Fontana nor Aaron Cool are illegal in nine countries. Nor do they reek of pure gasoline or Bigfoot's wang. Truth be told, there are scant similarities between Sex Panther the Orange County-based DJ twosome and Sex Panther the fictional ...

    by Benjamin Leatherman on March 1, 2012
  • Christopher Owens of Girls on Being on God's Dark Side


    Christopher Owens of Girls on Being on God's Dark Side

    Christopher Owens, the songwriter who fronts jangling indie rockers Girls, insists he doesn't have an ax to grind. Sure, the revivalist cult Children of God effectively destroyed his life before it had even begun, indoctrinating a young Owens to liv...

    by M.T. Richards on March 1, 2012
  • Gabriel Sullivan and Taraf de Tucson Go Global


    Gabriel Sullivan and Taraf de Tucson Go Global

    When he's touring in Europe, Gabriel Sullivan keeps an eye out for Gypsies with instruments. "It's a constant search for that common theme of necessity in the music," says Sullivan, whose band, Taraf de Tucson, sets Balkan brass and Peruvian cumb...

    by Eric Swedlund on March 1, 2012
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