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    Fleshmap Chart Shows Occurrences of Body Parts by Music Genre

    As I scoured the Internet, searching for cool shit to impress my friends, I came across an interesting link described as "a chart of occurrences of body parts by different music genres.?" Of course I had to check it out, and what I found was a pretty...

    @ Up on the Sun by Michael Lopez on January 13, 2010 @ 1:37 pm
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    Show to Check Out Tonight: Mount Righteous at the Trunk Space

    Every year, I look forward to seeing the March Fourth Marching Band, whether it's at the Phoenix Annual Parade of the Arts or the New Belgium Brewery's Fat Tire Festival. Tonight, at the Trunk Space another eclectic, upbeat, all-around-fun marchin...

    @ Up on the Sun by Nicki Escudero on January 13, 2010 @ 1:00 pm
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    Eels: End Times 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 January 13, 2010 @ 12:22 pm
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    Dr. Dog to Skip Phoenix?

    ? Such is the plight of our desert city. We are not a destination for enough musicians. We are merely a stop between Dallas and L.A., Vegas and god-knows-where. Smaller acts are more likely to come to Tucson, and larger ones may skip us altogethe...

    @ Up on the Sun by Sarah Ventre on January 13, 2010 @ 10:35 am
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    Food for Thought: Artist Matthew Moore to Show Work at 2010 Sundance Film Festival

    Computer mock-up of detail from Matthew Moore's "Lifecycle" installation. Phoenix artist Matthew Moore, who's also a fourth-generation Arizona farmer, has just combined my two all-time favorite activities: food shopping and art viewing. His late...

    @ Up on the Sun by Kathleen Vanesian on January 13, 2010 @ 9:35 am
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    What's Selling: Hoodlums Music and Movies

    Tom Waits is at the top of their sales, local acoustic sereneders Dry River Yacht Club came in second, and Bobby Dylan's Christmas album is still going strong even though Christmas is, well, over. See what else is selling after the jump.1. Tom Waits...

    @ Up on the Sun by Sarah Ventre on January 13, 2010 @ 8:35 am
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    Blunt Club Moves to Yucca Tap Starting January 28

    ? Pickster Uno, DJ Element, and the other members of the Blunt Club will be packing up their record crates and moving to a brand new home later this month. The long-running Thursday hip-hop night (now in its seventh year of existence) is ...

    @ Up on the Sun by Benjamin Leatherman on January 12, 2010 @ 5:00 pm
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    R.I.P. These Arms Are Snakes

    ?It's always a bummer when a band breaks up. It's even more so of a bummer when that band was a seminal favorite back in your formative late-teenage years. Seattle progressive/hardcore rockers These Arms Are Snakes announced Tuesday via their MySpace...

    @ Up on the Sun by Michael Lopez on January 12, 2010 @ 3:08 pm
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    Tim Burton Looks to Blink-182 and Fall Out Boy?

    ? How could a man of such brilliance, who creates such visually stunning pieces of art, who can seemingly do no wrong, allow the likes of Blink-182's Mark Hoppus and Fall Out Boy's Pete Wentz to write for the soundtrack of his latest creation, Alice ...

    @ Up on the Sun by Sarah Ventre on January 12, 2010 @ 2:22 pm
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    Beach House Announces Rhythm Room Show

    ?Released in late 2009, "Norway," the latest single by Baltimore indie-pop duo Beach House landed on most everyone's radar. The song was a dreamy, perfect slice of indie rock/pop heaven, and it gave Beach House's newest album, Teen Dream, the oh-so-e...

    @ Up on the Sun by Michael Lopez on January 12, 2010 @ 1:31 pm
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    Seven Nights of DJs & Dancing

    THURSDAY 17 27th Avenue Bar: DJ Moy, & DJ Jared Paul (old school, R&B) Afterlife: Electric Groove Night with DJ Sam Groove, Josh Evens, Nemo, Cameron Graham, Christian James, Miesch, Spear, SiD, Cap, Jangles, Don V., Kepple, & more (house, tran...

    on June 17, 2010
  • Miniature Tigers - Fortress


    Miniature Tigers - Fortress

    The first Miniature Tigers record, Tell It To The Volcano, was probably an over-share. Sure, frontman Charlie Brand did a great job of couching his heartbreak in stories about some Lost-like tropical netherworld, but it didn't take a working knowledg...

    by Martin Cizmar on June 17, 2010
  • Cake



    Long before Ke$ha was making waves with her brand of sing-talk, Cake was tearing up the charts thanks to frontman John McCrea's rap-like style of sing-talking. Remember Cake, the Sacramento, California-based band whose music is filled with wordplay a...

    by Kelly Wilson on June 17, 2010
  • LeAnn Rimes


    LeAnn Rimes

    It's kinda tough to measure someone's success as an adult when that person attained international fame at age 13. Child prodigy LeAnn Rimes earned the respect of the country music world at an early age, frequently being compared to Patsy Cline, and r...

    by Sarah Ventre on June 17, 2010
  • Raining and OK


    Raining and OK

    The way Raining and OK lead singer Trevor Tillery remembers it, making music for the first time was much like taking a leak after an all-day Pabst bender. "I felt like I had these songs in me for years, and they all burst out of me at once because I ...

    by Craig Outhier on June 17, 2010
  • Erykah Badu


    Erykah Badu

    Though considered the leading female voice of the neo-soul movement, you could say Erykah Badu pretty much transcends musical genres, taking on hip-hop, pop, soul and even the occasional jazz track without seeming out of her comfort zone. After a fiv...

    by Ernest Barteldes on June 17, 2010
  • American Negro Aim to Bridge the Gap Between Indie Hip-Hop and Mainstream Rap -- And They're Doing It "Imageless"


    American Negro Aim to Bridge the Gap Between Indie Hip-Hop and Mainstream Rap -- And They're Doing It "Imageless"

    In rap music's formative years of the 1980s and early '90s, being a fan of hip-hop was often an all-or-nothing affair. Two decades ago, it wasn't unusual for a rap fan to listen to gangsta rap pioneers N.W.A. or Ice-T one minute, then throw in a cass...

    by Mike R. Meyer on June 17, 2010
  • Fight Club Sadisco*


    Fight Club Sadisco*

    May Tyler forgive us, but we're about to break rules number one and two: Squalor, 5arah, ///she//, and the other twisted turntablists of Sadisco* are returning to Jugheads, 5110 East McDowell Road, this weekend for some fisticuffs and frenetic fun. T...

    by Benjamin Leatherman on June 17, 2010
  • Who Is Edward Sharpe?


    Who Is Edward Sharpe?

    As the only 10-piece evangelical rock tribe in the history of the universe to publicly arouse the curiosity of Jay Z, Beyonc Knowles, and the assorted occupants of the couple's four-Escalade entourage, Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeroes have some...

    by Craig Outhier on June 17, 2010
  • Why Iron Maiden Still Matter


    Why Iron Maiden Still Matter

    To the unfamiliar and/or lame, Iron Maiden may merely seem to be a nostalgia act, a once-great band holding on to the last scraps of fame, drugs, groupies and other rock 'n' roll clichs. Their audience consists solely of aging metalheads either unwi...

    by Albert Ching on June 17, 2010
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