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  • Santana



    Few artists have gone through more reinventions than Mexican-born guitarist Carlos Santana, going from his Latin-jam days fueled by his unforgettable appearance at Woodstock to his lackluster days in the '80s (even though his band was still considere...

    by Ernest Barteldes on September 25, 2008
  • When Gogol Bordello Takes the Stage, Expect a Cultural Rebellion and One Hell of a Party


    When Gogol Bordello Takes the Stage, Expect a Cultural Rebellion and One Hell of a Party

    As a Croatian-American electro-funk DJ with a powerful thirst for liquor and trouble, I knew I'd like Gogol Bordello from the moment I heard about the group. The act's pulsing Mediterranean sound and sljivovica-drenched stage presence have found eage...

    by Toph One on September 25, 2008
  • Ra Ra Riot


    Ra Ra Riot

    When guitarist Milo Bonacci started Ra Ra Riot at Syracuse University in 2006, he was looking to put together a classical-tinged rock band that could stir up dramatic moods but also get a dance party started. On its just-released debut, The Rhumb Lin...

    by Saby Reyes-Kulkarni on September 25, 2008
  • Ben Folds - Way to Normal
 (Sony BMG)


    Ben Folds - Way to Normal (Sony BMG)

    Ben Folds has never strayed far from his trademark geek-pop sensibilities. He's honed the sound even further over the past few years, playing for crowds of adoring college kids. The excitement of the live shows seems to have made an impression on the...

    by Sam Femino on September 25, 2008
  • Tricky - Knowle West Boy


    Tricky - Knowle West Boy (Domino)

    After the seething, explosive brilliance of Tricky's first two albums, 1995's Maxinquaye and 1996's Pre-Millennium Tension, inspiration is spreading thin. Later releases Angels with Dirty Faces, Juxtapose, and Blowback contained a recommended song or...

    by Phil Freeman on September 25, 2008
  • Slipknot - All Hope Is Gone


    Slipknot - All Hope Is Gone (Roadrunner)

    Four albums in (five, if you're an eBay-stalking obsessive), Slipknot is having an identity crisis. Frontman Corey Taylor's side project, Stone Sour, has allowed him to unmask his sensitive singer-songwriter side, which is represented here on "Snuff"...

    by Phil Freeman on September 25, 2008
  • Article

    Nomen Omen: The Worst-Named Bands Playing at SxSW This Year

    By Niki D'Andrea A lot of people think things like catchy band names and cool album covers are irrelevant in the Digital Age, when most people download their music and nobody can afford to pay $18.99 for an unheard CD based solely on how cool it loo...

    @ Up on the Sun by Niki D'Andrea on March 5, 2008 @ 3:30 pm
  • Article

    Traneing In: Ravi Coltrane Quartet at Scottsdale Center for the Performing Arts on Sunday, March 2

    By: Steve Jansen Better than: Blaise Lantana throwup jazz on KJZZ 91.5 On Sunday night, the NYC-based Ravi Coltrane Quartet performed a super kick-ass show, despite the fact that half of the half-filled theatre left during intermission. The old-t...

    @ Up on the Sun by Jonathan McNamara on March 4, 2008 @ 4:01 pm
  • Article

    Rock Around the Blocks: A SxSW preview

    By Niki D'Andrea With more than 1500 acts at this year's SxSW music festival, it's pretty obvious that festival-goers won't get to see everything, even if they could make hella clones or disperse themselves into cognitive atoms. For me, SxSW is all ...

    @ Up on the Sun by Niki D'Andrea on March 3, 2008 @ 3:19 pm
  • Article

    The Ghosts of Trent Reznor

    By: Jonathan McNamara Trent Reznor has been prolific lately. Gone are the several year gaps between albums. Six years after "The Fragile" we were given "With Teeth" followed by "Year Zero" in less than two years and one year later we've received ano...

    @ Up on the Sun by Jonathan McNamara on March 3, 2008 @ 3:07 pm
  • Local punk trio JJCNV brings the noise  and the knee-length, airbrushed boob T-shirts


    Local punk trio JJCNV brings the noise and the knee-length, airbrushed boob T-shirts

    On a sweltering Friday night in mid-July, an experimental punk band called Janis Joplin Crap N Vomit takes the stage at Club Red in Tempe, looking like a trio of misfit superheroes. Singer and guitarist Dana Stern dons a sailor's cap and a red, white...

    by Niki D'Andrea on September 18, 2008
  • For Shwayze, life imitates art imitating reality


    For Shwayze, life imitates art imitating reality

    The biggest problem with biopics is that the longer and more impressive the career that's documented, the greater the number of milestone events that need to be crammed into a two-hour storyline. Shwayze does not have that problem. Their exploits unf...

    by Serene Dominic on September 18, 2008
  • Lindsey Buckingham


    Lindsey Buckingham

    For a guitar player who was behind many of the hits that helped build the successful path forged by Fleetwood Mac, Lindsey Buckingham has kept an intriguingly low profile on his own, releasing only a handful of solo records over the years -- mostly b...

    by Ernest Barteldes on September 18, 2008
  • My Morning Jacket


    My Morning Jacket

    Over the years, categorizers have shoved My Morning Jacket in numerous pigeonholes: jam, Southern rock, Americana, and more. Group leader Jim James doesn't much like being labeled, though, as Evil Urges, the act's latest disc, makes clear. The CD beg...

    by Michael Roberts on September 18, 2008
  • Vampire Weekend


    Vampire Weekend

    Call it an amendment to Godwin's Law: As reviews of Vampire Weekend's self-titled disc accumulate, the probability they'll mention Paul Simon's Graceland approaches 100 percent. It's a lazy game of connect the dots, really. Graceland traces an MOR-sh...

    by Ryan Foley on September 18, 2008
  • Alice In Chains


    Alice In Chains

    Throughout its original 15-year run, Alice in Chains regularly alternated electric assaults with acoustic breathers, such as the early-'90s EPs Sap and Jar of Flies. The band's 1996 episode of MTV Unplugged remains haunting -- not least because of th...

    by Chris Neal on September 18, 2008
  • DJ Nicky Flores


    DJ Nicky Flores

    Gourmandizers of punk and rockabilly vinyl would be more than a little jealous at the sight of Nicky Flores' record collection. Why? Probably because the 29-year-old DJ has some unique and choice wax stacked away in his accumulation of more than 1,50...

    by Benjamin Leatherman on September 18, 2008
  • Article

    Seven nights of DJs and dancing

    THURSDAY 18 Axis/Radius: Red Bull Ladies Night with DJ MCB (hip-hop, rock, Top 40) Bar Smith: Peppermint Lounge with DJ Brazilia, DJ Mara, & guests (electro, funk, '80s) Bikini Lounge: DJ HFE (rockabilly, surf, jazz, classic country, indie, ...

    on September 18, 2008
  • Article

    Clubhouse Music presents Diplo and friends

    By: Jonathan McNamara Better than: Dancing to Cascada. Last night Diplo short for "Diplodocus" hit Clubhouse Music like a primeval force from the Jurassic period. No one was spared as his infectious beats permeated the room leading even the shyest...

    @ Up on the Sun by Jonathan McNamara on March 3, 2008 @ 12:11 am
  • Article

    Axis Radius presents Battle of Rock Band

    By: Jonathan McNamara Better than: bar karaoke. No, really. Last night Axis Radius in Scottsdale held its first ever Rock Band tournament. No, we're not talking a battle of the bands here; we're talking video games. Rock Band, like its predecesso...

    @ Up on the Sun by Jonathan McNamara on March 1, 2008 @ 9:03 pm
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