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    Digital Summer, What Laura Says, The Maine and More in Crowdsourced

    Drowning Pool ? Last night was an exciting one for fans of rock band Digital Summer. The group best known for its successful grass roots marketing (hand-delivering tickets to fans, putting their logo-covered stickers all over town, etc.) made thei...

    @ Up on the Sun by Nicki Escudero on March 15, 2010 @ 11:06 am
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    April Smith and the Great Picture Show: Songs for a Sinking Ship, in "Nothing Not New"

    ? Artist: April Smith and the Great Picture Show Title: Songs for a Sinking Ship Release date: February 23 Label: April Smith Here's one for fans of musical theater. With a flair for the dramatic, April Smith and her band weave in and ...

    @ Up on the Sun by Jay Bennett on March 15, 2010 @ 10:49 am
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    "Ten Transformations: Framing Renewal" at Chandler Center for the Arts

    ? Unlike last week, I'm giving you four whole days to plan for this art event. I know, I'm extremely generous. So we all know that using tossed out objects for art is nothing new. But that doesn't mean the practice can't produce some great art. We...

    @ Up on the Sun by Lilia Menconi on March 15, 2010 @ 10:00 am
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    More Than 50 Grammy Winners Perform in the Same Room on the Same Night. Who Wins?

    The Phoenix Chorale tearing up Seattle. ? If you believe that record sales equal musical relevance, then you may think that classical music -- which accounted for less than 3 percent of all record sales in 2009 -- needs to be locked up in some mus...

    @ Up on the Sun by Steve Jansen on March 15, 2010 @ 9:00 am
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    Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony is Tonight

    ? The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum is hosting its induction ceremony tonight. Too bad you can only watch it if you get the Fuse channel, or if you happen to be at the Waldorf Astoria in New York. The list of inductees this year is diverse,...

    @ Up on the Sun by Sarah Ventre on March 15, 2010 @ 8:37 am
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    Lady Gaga Coming to Phoenix

    ? On July 31, Lady Gaga will hit U.S. Airways Center on her massive summer Monster Ball Tour. Gaga told Rolling Stone that she sees the show as a sort of "pop-electro opera." "The theatrics and story elements are in the style of an opera. Imagine if...

    @ Up on the Sun by Sarah Ventre on March 15, 2010 @ 8:29 am
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    Music Video Made Entirely With Google Street View? Phoenix Band Race You There Does It

    Yes, this sort of thing has been done before, but Race You There's video is very impressive and, all things considered, pretty damn original. Awesome job. How about showing these guys some love and picking up their record on iTunes? ...

    @ Up on the Sun by Martin Cizmar on March 15, 2010 @ 8:00 am
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    Seven Nights of DJs & Dancing

    THURSDAY 19 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 August 19, 2010
  • President Meat Loaf?: His Thoughts About Politics and Teddy Bears


    President Meat Loaf?: His Thoughts About Politics and Teddy Bears

    I only had to ask Meat Loaf one question: "How are you?" That pleasantry functioned as a conversational "open sesame," unbolting the floodgates to Meat's mind. A candid discussion of politics, music criticism, SB 1070, and identifying suspicious p...

    by Sarah Ventre on August 19, 2010
  • Hot Hot Heat: The Great Indie Experiment, Version 4.0


    Hot Hot Heat: The Great Indie Experiment, Version 4.0

    In 1995, Steve Bays, a British Columbian with a curly mop of hair and a dream, started a rock 'n' roll act with dance influences. Bays somehow ended up playing synthesizer with the new group and a friend of the band sang the vocals. Eventually, they ...

    by Dan Gibson on August 19, 2010
  • White Rabbit


    White Rabbit

    If you're one of those trendoid hepcat types who dig American Apparel, colored Ray-Bans, and electro remixes of La Roux, chances are good that you're already familiar with the extracurricular exploits of the Night Thieves. But for those who aren't, h...

    by Benjamin Leatherman on August 19, 2010
  • Interpol's Fourth Full-Length Feels Flat - Interpol


    Interpol's Fourth Full-Length Feels Flat - Interpol

    On Interpol's self-titled fourth album, the onetime kings of the New York indie-rock scene are still the well-groomed gloom merchants that exploded in popularity in 2002, but they seem to have lost their edge. That's not really supposed to happen aft...

    by Jay Bennett on August 19, 2010
  • Eric Lindell


    Eric Lindell

    "I always said I hated the Black Crowes," says Mike, sipping a Diet Coke. "Then one day someone put on a Black Crowes album and I was like, 'Who is this?' There were four or five songs I liked -- I mean, really liked." I agree with Mike, staring at h...

    by Jason P. Woodbury on August 19, 2010
  • The Ataris


    The Ataris

    Scoring one big hit is a Catch-22 for most bands, who often go down in history as a much-derided One Hit Wonder as their talent or record of innovation goes ignored by a fickle public. And when a band's lone hit is a cover . . . Well, such is the cas...

    by Sarah Ventre on August 19, 2010
  • Yonder Mountain String Band


    Yonder Mountain String Band

    Lots of bands say their music transcends genres. Rarely does it. And contrary to what it says on the band's MySpace page, it doesn't really seem to be the case with Yonder Mountain String Band. Not really, anyway. The Colorado band doesn't transcend ...

    by Michael Escoto on August 19, 2010
  • Gary Hoey


    Gary Hoey

    Maybe getting rejected by Ozzy Osbourne isn't such a bad thing after all. At least not for Gary Hoey. The veteran axman, who's gearing up to release his 17th album, Utopia, on August 24, auditioned for the Prince of Darkness in the late '80s but didn...

    by Nicki Escudero on August 19, 2010
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    The Vig on Saturday, March 6

    Making the scene at The Vig in Phoenix. Check the slide show for more pics. Nothing beats a little outdoor drinking on a cool spring night; and not even the wind and sporadic spats of rain could deter the party people from yucking it up outside at...

    @ Up on the Sun by Adriane Goetz on March 12, 2010 @ 3:33 pm
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    Curtains: New Carpa and AZ Women's Theatre Co-Produce A Mother's Will

    Mary (Linda Waymire, center) and her family prepare for their final goodbye in A Mother's Will. Each year since 2007, Arizona Women's Theatre Company has sponsored the Pandora Festival, an open competition for unpublished scripts by Arizona's fema...

    @ Up on the Sun by Julie Peterson on March 12, 2010 @ 2:15 pm
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    You Asked For It: Bomber

    Title: The Last Stand, the band's first full-length. Basics: The band, a classic mix of hard rock and punk influences, recently had their song "Game Face" named as the Phoenix Coyotes' home intro song, an honor their song "Superblinded" previousl...

    @ Up on the Sun by Michael Lopez on March 12, 2010 @ 12:41 pm
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    The Morning Benders: Big Echo, in "Nothing Not New"

    ? Artist: The Morning Benders Title: Big Echo Release date: March 9 Label: Rough Trade Obviously, summer ain't no big deal in Phoenix. No one here actually looks forward to the dreadful season. But everywhere else (including my native ...

    @ Up on the Sun by Jay Bennett on March 12, 2010 @ 11:30 am
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