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    10 Things Under $10 This Weekend: Santarchy, Joe Strummer, and Roller Girls

    The annual Santarchy affair will fill the streets of Scottsdale with kooky Kris Kringle clones on Saturday. ? When Clement Clarke Moore first penned The Night Before Christmas in 1823 (and thus, gave birth to many of the conceptions associated wit...

    @ Up on the Sun by Benjamin Leatherman on December 18, 2009 @ 10:00 am
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    Concert Review: Sergio Mendoza y La Orkesta

    So the feeling I get from seeing Tucson-based Latin big band Sergio Mendoza y La Orkesta, which came to the Rhythm Room Thursday night, isn't caused by any deep understanding of the super-swinging and hyper-stylized music's context. No, I had the ex...

    @ Up on the Sun by Martin Cizmar on December 18, 2009 @ 9:05 am
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    What Laura Says Classes Up Yucca Tap Room Tonight

    While rocker Alice Cooper is bringing a little Christmas puddin' to the Dodge Theatre tonight, the boys of What Laura Says are spreading holiday cheer all over the Yucca Tap Room at their Christmas formal show. Nicki Escudero ?...

    @ Up on the Sun by Nicki Escudero on December 18, 2009 @ 9:00 am
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    9-Piece Orchestral Punk Ensemble Coming To Rogue Bar

    You thought Revolver Records' Outer Bounds of Sound had the market cornered on experimental shit? Nope. The Rogue Bar continues their show announcement extravaganza with Mount Righteous, a 9-piece orchestral punk ensemble and choir from Texas, which ...

    @ Up on the Sun by Martin Cizmar on December 17, 2009 @ 4:34 pm
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    The Top-Selling Download of All-Time? You'll Never Guess...

    If you guessed Flo Rida's "Low" you're smarter than I am. After bursting onto the scene in late 2007, Poe Boy/Atlantic recording artist Flo Rida has claimed a digital first. The Miami-based rapper's debut smash single "Low," from his debut album MA...

    @ Up on the Sun by Martin Cizmar on December 17, 2009 @ 4:20 pm
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    Weezer's Phoenix Show Canceled

    ? Remember that bus crash involving Rivers Cuomo? Turns out the Phoenix date is not, in fact, safe, as we were told at the time. The show has now been canceled on "doctor's orders." (Phoenix, AZ) - Due to the recent bus crash involving Ri...

    @ Up on the Sun by Martin Cizmar on December 17, 2009 @ 4:06 pm
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    2010's Most Anticipated Albums

    ?Some of you may or may not have noticed that the 2000s, or aughts for the cool kids, was a pretty crappy decade. That sentiment is becoming more and more prevalent as we inch toward a brand new decade, and Billboard decided to hammer home just how s...

    @ Up on the Sun by Michael Lopez on December 17, 2009 @ 12:50 pm
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    Can You Learn To Mambo Before Sergio Mendoza Y La Orkesta TONIGHT?

    OK, so now you know you should go to the show, but do you know enough to not totally embarrass yourself should you encounter an inescapable "opportunity" to dance? After scouring YouTube I've compiled a few tutorials on the basics of the Mambo, which...

    @ Up on the Sun by Martin Cizmar on December 17, 2009 @ 9:49 am
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    Flier of the Week: Glochids (Allison Karow Art Show)

    ? I usually try to leave anything semi-art related to Arty Girl, but I this flier for a show at Trunk Space by Allison Karow, which also features music from The Glowchids, really caught my eye. I can't vouch for Karow's work (our print editi...

    @ Up on the Sun by Martin Cizmar on December 17, 2009 @ 9:39 am
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    Glamour Kills Sponsors Unsigned Band The Bay State

    While pop rock music fans are used to seeing bands like All Time Low and Cobra Starship don the graphic tees and hoodie sweaters of Glamour Kills clothing company, the trendy fashion line (which also sponsors Valley band The Maine) has adopted unsig...

    @ Up on the Sun by Nicki Escudero on December 17, 2009 @ 9:28 am
  • Michelle Shocked


    Michelle Shocked

    When you think of this Texas-bred activist songwriter, you can't help flashing back to the cover of her 1988 album Short Sharp Shocked. It was a black-and-white photograph of the musician taken during a protest of the 1984 Democratic National Convent...

    by Craig Outhier on April 1, 2010
  • Pigeon John


    Pigeon John

    Pigeon John is one interesting bird. Born into a bi-racial household, the future underground rapper (born John Kenneth Duncan) spent parts of his childhood in both the whitest (Omaha, Nebraska) and blackest (Inglewood, California) cities in America. ...

    by Craig Outhier on April 1, 2010
  • Story of the Year


    Story of the Year

    It's been quite a few years since St. Louis band Story of the Year's mid-decade heyday, when they caught national attention with "Until the Day I Die" and "Anthem of Our Dying Day," captivating the Hot Topic set and unofficially cornering the market ...

    by Albert Ching on April 1, 2010
  • RJD2



    When he emerged in 2002 with his debut LP Deadringer, Philadelphia-based RJD2 (born Ramble John Krohn) was pegged as the next DJ Shadow for his beat-making and crate-digging prowess; his love of classic soul, funk, and hip-hop; and his forward-thinki...

    by Michael Alan Goldberg on April 1, 2010
  • The Hypo Twins


    The Hypo Twins

    On the band's MySpace page, The Hypo Twins eloquently describe their particular brand of rock as "disco party scum rock." If that gem of information doesn't inspire you to give their music a listen, I'm not sure what will. Not to mention that the ban...

    by Michael Escoto on April 1, 2010
  • DJ Medik


    DJ Medik

    The calendar on your wall may read 2010, but DJ Medik likes to turn the clock back a few decades during his Thursday-night spin session at Renee's Grand Avenue Tavern, 2448 Grand Avenue. Old-school R&B and funk is always on tap, whether it's deep cut...

    by Benjamin Leatherman on April 1, 2010
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    Seven Nights of DJs & Dancing

    THURSDAY 1 27th Avenue Bar: Ladies Night with DJ Moy, & DJ Jared Paul (Top 40, hip-hop, Latin) Acua: Neon Gorilla with Tricky T, & guests (electro) Afterlife: Filthy Thursdays (dubstep, breakbeats) AZ88: Mr. P-Body & Friends (classic and ...

    on April 1, 2010
  • Dry River Yacht Club Makes Friends with Unusual Sound, Lo-Fi Setup


    Dry River Yacht Club Makes Friends with Unusual Sound, Lo-Fi Setup

    Describing Dry River Yacht Club's sound is no easy task. Not only does the Tempe octet sound unlike any other local band, but thanks to their use of such unconventional instruments as the bassoon, French horn, and accordion, they really don't sound l...

    by Mike R. Meyer on April 1, 2010
  • Ronin Meyer Is Setting Its Own Path to Success


    Ronin Meyer Is Setting Its Own Path to Success

    Elliot James is a ballsy guy, and so far it's worked out pretty well for him. James had the guts to ask the guys in Phoenix rock band Ronin Meyer to jam with him after seeing them perform, and they took him up on his request. He must have been impre...

    by Nicki Escudero on April 1, 2010
  • Uncovering the Vast Conspiracy to Kill Nonpoint


    Uncovering the Vast Conspiracy to Kill Nonpoint

    Full disclosure: I'd never heard of Nonpoint before sitting down to write this article about Nonpoint. They're a raised-fist groove-metal band. I'm more a neuroses-infused post-punk guy. I like it when bands shred, but I want them to mitigate thei...

    by Craig Outhier on April 1, 2010
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