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    Sia Announces Marquee Theatre Show

    ?If you're like me, you were introduced to Australian singer Sia during the 2005 finale of Alan Ball's brilliant HBO series Six Feet Under. During the show's final scenes, the character of Claire Fisher is taking a road trip across the country from L...

    @ Up on the Sun by Michael Lopez on February 5, 2010 @ 9:59 am
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    Scott H. Biram at Rhythm Room

    Scott Biram at Rhythm Room. ?I'm loathe to admit it, but I went into last night's Scott H. Biram show at The Rhythm Room a bit skeptical, or worse, even a bit cynical. Don't get me wrong. I like the whole punk-blues-country-bluegrass thing as m...

    @ Up on the Sun by Jason P. Woodbury on February 5, 2010 @ 9:54 am
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    You Asked For It: Eric Holland

    Borders, Battles & Beers (Self-released) GRADE: D+ Note: Michael Lopez is taking over our long-running You Asked For It review column. Music is a medium that comes to a particular person through inspiration. It is also a medium that inspire...

    @ Up on the Sun by Michael Lopez on February 5, 2010 @ 9:51 am
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    PBR Brings Lucero To Yucca For Free

    ? A day after playing Coachella, Lucero will be in Tempe playing an outdoor show in the parking lot outside Yucca Tap Room on April 17. The show, sponsored by Pabst Blue Ribbon, will be free and have a carnival-type atmosphere like last year...

    @ Up on the Sun by Martin Cizmar on February 4, 2010 @ 3:10 pm
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    Local Punk Band "Die Ignorant" Has Car Wash Fundraiser At Applebee's

    Touring is expensive, what with gas prices so high and all. Tempe punk band Die Ignorant has one answer to the high start-up costs, a car wash fundraiser at a local Applebee's this Saturday. "If we don't make close to 700 dollars we have to kiss the ...

    @ Up on the Sun by Martin Cizmar on February 4, 2010 @ 1:18 pm
  • Robert Plant


    Robert Plant

    Most of the free world -- including Jimmy Page and John Paul Jones, we hear -- would probably love to see Robert Plant move past his recent O Brother, Where Art Thou? phase and get on with a full-scale reunion of (what's left of) Led Zeppelin. No dic...

    by Michael Alan Goldberg on July 15, 2010
  • The Gaslight Anthem


    The Gaslight Anthem

    Jersey Shore's offspring, Jerseylicious and Jersey Couture, are two trashy reality TV shows giving the Garden State a bad name right now. But not all things Jersey are as nauseating as the sight of Snooki without makeup. Take The Gaslight Anthem, fo...

    by Kelly Wilson on July 15, 2010
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    Seven Nights of DJs & Dancing

    THURSDAY 15 27th Avenue Bar: R&B Thursdays (old school, R&B) Afterlife: Filthy Thursdays with DJ Hazardous, Silent J, Casanova, Corruption, Marc Elliot, Cris Castro, & more (dubstep, electro, breakbeats, drum 'n' bass, underground hip-hop) A...

    on July 15, 2010
  • Outlaw Country Brunch


    Outlaw Country Brunch

    Hidden amongst the dozens of rock, punk, and hardcore bands that DJ Johnny Volume cites on his MySpace page as musical influences are many of country music's greatest rebels. There's David Allan Coe (of course), not to mention Johnny Cash, Waylon Je...

    by Benjamin Leatherman on July 15, 2010
  • Bobby Brown: Why I Can't Stop Rooting for the New Edition Star and Former Mr. Houston


    Bobby Brown: Why I Can't Stop Rooting for the New Edition Star and Former Mr. Houston

    Bobby Brown would really appreciate it if you'd go see the Heads of State show on July 16 at the Celebrity Theatre. Seriously, he'd really like the opportunity to perform for you -- personally. Whatever you may think of Bobby Brown -- as the forme...

    by Dan Gibson on July 15, 2010
  • A Look at Korn, Rob Zombie, and the Other Stars of the Mayhem Festival


    A Look at Korn, Rob Zombie, and the Other Stars of the Mayhem Festival

    You've probably noticed: There are a lot of festivals. It doesn't matter that not all are rousing successes (look at the rampant cancellation of dates for the reborn Lilith Fair) or that some are scrapped completely (San Diego's Street Scene is t...

    by Albert Ching on July 15, 2010
  • What Not to Yell at Silversun Pickups


    What Not to Yell at Silversun Pickups

    Silversun Pickups has done quite well over the past couple of years, tapping into the sounds of Smashing Pumpkins and My Bloody Valentine to build its own successful alt-rock kingdom. Last year's Swoon continues to spawn hits, so the band has embarke...

    by Michael Alan Goldberg on July 15, 2010
  • Thrice



    Thrice walk a fine line. Though their sound is raw, and leans toward the heavier side of alternative rock, their lyrics are more philosophical than those of the average rock band. Well, maybe "religious" is the better word. Though it's not entirely c...

    by Sarah Ventre on July 15, 2010
  • Jeremy Kittel Band


    Jeremy Kittel Band

    Jeremy Kittel is a young, fairly attractive young man who plays violin. Now, before your mind is cluttered with images of Andrew Birds, Owen Palletts, and Tobie Milfords, let's get this straight: Kittel doesn't play indie violin-folk, he plays class...

    by Jason P. Woodbury on July 15, 2010
  • Pinback



    Things have been fairly quiet on the Pinback front since the math-y, emo-rooted San Diego indie-pop outfit led by Rob Crow and Zach Smith finished the short touring cycle behind their last album, 2007's widely acclaimed Autumn of the Seraphs. Crow's ...

    by Michael Alan Goldberg on July 15, 2010
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    George Strait, Rufio and More in This Week's Issue

    ? The music feature story in week's edition of Phoenix New Times is about George Strait. George Strait is underrated. Perhaps that statement sounds ridiculous: Strait has 34 albums that have sold over a million copies each, seemingly countless hit s...

    @ Up on the Sun by Sarah Ventre on February 4, 2010 @ 1:00 pm
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    Jay Reatard's Cause of Death Determined

    ? According to the medical examiner in Shelby County, Tennessee, where Memphis is located, 29-year-old Jay Reatard died from "cocaine toxicity, and that alcohol was a contributing factor in his death." His real name was Jimmy Lee Lindsey Jr....

    @ Up on the Sun by Sarah Ventre on February 4, 2010 @ 12:07 pm
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    The Soft Pack: The Soft Pack, in "Nothing Not New"

    Welcome to "Nothing Not New," a yearlong project in which New Times editorial operations manager Jay Bennett, a 40-year-old music fan and musician, will listen only to music released in 2010. Each Monday through Friday, he will listen to one new reco...

    @ Up on the Sun by Jay Bennett on February 4, 2010 @ 12:04 pm
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    Polysics in 140 Characters or Less

    Seriously, who would want to miss a Japanese musical group modeled after Devo? Not these peeps. Check out what people from around the Valley had to say about Polysics' show at the Rhythm Room in Phoenix last night (and read our review here.) ...

    @ Up on the Sun by Nicki Escudero on February 4, 2010 @ 9:36 am
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    Polysics at Rhythm Room

    Fumi of Polysics. See more shots in our Polysics slide show. ? Polysics bassist Fumi sits on the curb outside Rhythm Room chatting with the band's photographer Tsukasa as drummer Yano stretches out. The show's over, but she's still wearing her ora...

    @ Up on the Sun by Jonathan McNamara on February 4, 2010 @ 9:07 am
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