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  • Markus Schulz


    Markus Schulz

    Unless the weathermen on the boob tube are lying through their bleached white teeth, Independence Day weekend is surely gonna be a scorcher. But though most the Valley will be sweating their collective asses outdoors watching fireworks and whatnot, M...

    by Benjamin Leatherman on July 1, 2010
  • M.C. Hammer


    M.C. Hammer

    M.C. Hammer is the Lady Gaga of 20 years ago. Dubious musical talent? Pretty much. Over-the-top fashion statements? You betcha: "Hammer Pants" are still bizarre. Loads of charisma, a knack for playing to the cameras, and first-rate showmanship? Undou...

    by Michael Alan Goldberg on July 1, 2010
  • Secret Cities


    Secret Cities

    There's something vaguely dark and mysterious about Fargo, North Dakota's ambient, psychedelic, otherworldly-sounding trio Secret Cities. The term "secret city" refers to the towns in the former Soviet Union where weapons were manufactured and/or sto...

    by Sarah Ventre on July 1, 2010
  • Article


    For nearly 30 years, pop-punk rascal Paul Caporino and M.O.T.O. (Masters of the Obvious) have been forging timeless sing-along punk with razor-sharp Buzzcocks- and Hsker D-style riffs and an often-twisted wit that recalls Nick Lowe at his most misc...

    by Jay Bennett on July 1, 2010
  • Kasey Anderson


    Kasey Anderson

    There's an indefinable, rough-around-the-edges quality that well-seasoned country, folk, and Americana musicians have. You can hear in their voices the life experiences that give the music authenticity and make them believable and relatable. Though t...

    by Sarah Ventre on July 1, 2010
  • Radar Brothers


    Radar Brothers

    L.A.'s Radar Brothers (formerly Radar Bros. -- a subtle difference, but important) have been doing their thing for a while, putting out six records in the past 14 years, the latest being this year's The Illustrated Garden. Phoenix-based music blog So...

    by Albert Ching on July 1, 2010
  • Jordin Sparks


    Jordin Sparks

    There was good reason to believe that Jordin Sparks would disappear right around now-ish. Her first album sold 2 million copies, but Battlefield, despite being a significant improvement over its predecessor, hasn't even made it to a tenth of the sale...

    by Dan Gibson on July 1, 2010
  • Leon Russell: The Legendary Sideman Is an Imposing Presence


    Leon Russell: The Legendary Sideman Is an Imposing Presence

    It's safe to say that they don't make them like Leon Russell anymore. An authority no less than T-Bone Burnett said about Russell, in an April interview with The Onion A.V. Club, "I haven't been intimidated for a really long time, but Leon was scary-...

    by Jason P. Woodbury on July 1, 2010
  • Cheap Trick's "Hello There" and Other Songs Perfect for Rock Band and Guitar Hero


    Cheap Trick's "Hello There" and Other Songs Perfect for Rock Band and Guitar Hero

    Games like Rock Band and Guitar Hero appeal to that part of us that not-so-secretly wishes we hadn't quit practicing music in fourth grade so we could be selling out arenas instead of selling out our souls to make a little more money for our boss. ...

    by Brian Bardwell on July 1, 2010
  • The Summer Set's Music May Not Be Original -- But It's Pretty Damn Good


    The Summer Set's Music May Not Be Original -- But It's Pretty Damn Good

    Every once in a while, a band comes along that breaks with so many conventions and pushes so many boundaries that music critics laud them with terms like "revolutionary," "groundbreaking," and "genre-defying." The Summer Set is not one of those bands...

    by Mike R. Meyer on July 1, 2010
  • Article

    10 Things Under $10 This Weekend: Scandalesque, Silver Medallion, Hidden House, and More

    ? Over the past five years, Pyra Sutra and the other voluptuous vixens of Scandalesque have rarely been shy about stripping down to their unmentionables for the delight of local lookie-loos. As of tonight, however, the Valley's premier burle...

    @ Up on the Sun by Benjamin Leatherman on January 28, 2010 @ 3:15 pm
  • Article

    D'Angelo's Voodoo Enchants, Even 10 Years Later

    This is the first in a two-part series by two Phoenix-based music critics that happen to feel that D'Angelo's Voodoo, which turned ten years old this week, is (to put it bluntly) one of the best things ever. Part two can be found here. ...

    @ Up on the Sun by Jose Gonzalez on January 28, 2010 @ 3:00 pm
  • Article

    Brendan Benson Coming To Rhythm Room

    ? You may know him as Raconteur #2, but Brendan Benson's best work has been as a solo artist, not in one of Jack White's many projects. The Michigander comes to the Rhythm Room on February 22 bringing a band that includes drummer Brad Pemberton (Ryan...

    @ Up on the Sun by Martin Cizmar on January 28, 2010 @ 12:26 pm
  • Article

    Surfer Blood To Play Trunk Space

    ? 2010 has been kind to West Palm Beach indie upstarts Surfer Blood. Their debut LP, Astro Coast, has found massive critical acclaim -- even from "Nothing Not New's" Jay Bennett -- helping make a name for the Florida foursome. What spectacular start ...

    @ Up on the Sun by Michael Lopez on January 28, 2010 @ 11:59 am
  • Article

    Priestess: Prior to the Fire, 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 28, 2010 @ 10:57 am
  • Article

    Download Yeasayer's New Single "O.N.E."

    ? It's shaping up to be quite a 2010 for Brooklyn psychedelic indie rockers Yeasayer. Their second album, Odd Blood, will be released 2/9 and they have already locked down a Friday spot at this year's Coachella. Their North American tour kicks off Fe...

    @ Up on the Sun by Michael Lopez on January 28, 2010 @ 10:42 am
  • Article

    New House Shows in Phoenix Arts District: Do House Shows Matter?

    It looks like Phoenix DIYers are getting a new house to see shows at, this one at 9th Street and Pierce, very near the so-called "Arts District." The headliner is Lenguas Largas, a Tucson lo-fi indie act. There's still a month until the show, which ...

    @ Up on the Sun by Martin Cizmar on January 28, 2010 @ 9:53 am
  • Article

    Flier of the Week: Source Victoria at Yucca Tap Room

    ? Nope, it's not promoting the classic 1987 Nintendo game Metroid--this flier of the week comes courtesy of Phoenix indie band Source Victoria, who is playing Yucca Tap Room this weekend. The group, who's shared the stage with lo...

    @ Up on the Sun by Nicki Escudero on January 28, 2010 @ 9:00 am
  • Article

    Arty Girl: Alzheimer's Art Program at SMoCA

    ? I usually snark it up on this blog but if I were to make wise cracks about this very serious disease, you could classify me as pure evil. Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art, along with Banner Health, is hosting "Arts Engagement", a series of wo...

    @ Up on the Sun by Lilia Menconi on January 27, 2010 @ 5:23 pm
  • Article

    Club Candids: Skyline at The Sheraton's District Lounge

    Fun for one and all at the District Lounge Friday night. Rainy weekends often leave Phoenix lookin' like a ghost town, but fortunately the flurry of droplets didn't rain on the Sheraton's Skyline Friday night. Special guest DJ Goldsmith joined r...

    @ Up on the Sun by Adriane Goetz on January 27, 2010 @ 4:45 pm
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