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  • Todd Rundgren


    Todd Rundgren

    A Todd Rundgren performance could include just about anything from the multi-instrumentalist's 41-year career: the '60s garage rock of his old band Nazz, his early '70s power pop solo work, his mid-'70s Zappa-esque experimental stage, his '80s New Wa...

    by Niki D'Andrea on July 10, 2008
  • Coldplay



    Chris Martin and company return to the road in support of their latest album, Viva La Vida, their follow-up to the number one, 10-times platinum album X&Y. Critics are already commenting on the album's "harder edge," and even Coldplay front man Chris...

    by Niki D'Andrea on July 10, 2008
  • Tilly and the Wall


    Tilly and the Wall

    Omaha's Tilly and the Wall doesn't have a drummer. But the band's figured out a way to lay down the beat just the same: Member Jamie Pressnall provides percussive rhythms by tap-dancing. Yes, tap-dancing. Left to the wrong feet, it could all turn int...

    by Tamara Palmer on July 10, 2008
  • Rusted Root


    Rusted Root

    This Pittsburgh jam band has long been a shared favorite of Deadheads everywhere (the devout are known as "Rootheads"), as the band's music incorporates world-music percussion and touches of bluegrass, but leaves room for improvisational jams. Some o...

    by Niki D'Andrea on July 10, 2008
  • Switch Wednesdays


    Switch Wednesdays

    We were surfing through DJ Tranzit's impressive-looking MySpace page (www.myspace.com/tranzit) the other day, and besides being amused by the house music maestro's catchphrases ("Some people call it a dance floor. I call it my office"), we peeped a p...

    by Benjamin Leatherman on July 10, 2008
  • Toby Keith seeks blue-collar cred to net him white-collar cash


    Toby Keith seeks blue-collar cred to net him white-collar cash

    Country audiences have always been strongly working-class, and such country greats of yesteryear as Johnny Cash and Merle Haggard sold albums based on how they answered the fears of the average American. Toby Keith does the same thing, but with a who...

    by Cole Haddon on July 10, 2008
  • The Black Jacket - The Black Jacket
 (Woodspine Records)


    The Black Jacket - The Black Jacket (Woodspine Records)

    What's the most surprising characteristic about this DIY-sounding album? That it's not just some dude holed up in his parents' basement multi-tracking in the bathroom to achieve that just-so sound. Because it seriously sounds like that. However, The ...

    by Steve Jansen on July 10, 2008
  • Traindead - Traindead


    Traindead - Traindead (self-released)

    The only thing music correspondents are concerning themselves with right now is what's the song of the summer gonna be -- that special confection that encapsulates in 3 1/2 minutes something that's going to make life on a planet that's cooking itself...

    by Serene Dominic on July 10, 2008
  • Article

    Ike Turner: An Obituary

    By Roy Kasten Ike Turner: November 5, 1931 -- December 12, 2007 Every obit, blog post, and newscast will not fail to mention his despicable treatment of his ex-wife Tina Turner -- so consider it mentioned. What those voices will not tell you is w...

    @ Up on the Sun by Niki D'Andrea on December 13, 2007 @ 3:04 pm
  • Article

    Booze Pig waxes nostalgic at Champions

    I know what you're thinking: The Booze Pig has finally drunk himself stupid -- is this guy really going to review a sports bar? Well, let me start by saying that the hole in question used to be called the Copper Coin and, back in its day, it was m...

    by C.M. Redding on July 3, 2008
  • Underwater Getdown - Supersymmetry


    Underwater Getdown - Supersymmetry (self-released)

    Underwater Getdown's not real big on linear arrangement, with its various instruments intruding on choruses and bridges and taking the songs for wild swings around the meter. There's some good, moody songwriting here, and some nice melodies, but styl...

    by Niki D'Andrea on July 3, 2008
  • Weezer - Weezer


    Weezer - Weezer (DGC/Interscope)

    Over the years, reviewers aplenty have wished for Weezer's Rivers Cuomo to grow up. But when he's occasionally tried to do so, the results have served as an argument for endless adolescence -- at least until now. The group's latest self-titled releas...

    by Michael Roberts on July 3, 2008
  • The Beautiful Bodies - Touch Me


    The Beautiful Bodies - Touch Me (self-released)

    The Beautiful Bodies' debut, Touch Me, is an awkward and only occasionally rewarding combination of pale Yeah Yeah Yeahs mimickry and roaring classic rock. It's as if Karen O hijacked Rush before either party was fully formed. Bodies frontwoman Alici...

    by Jason Harper on July 3, 2008
  • Flobots



    This politically and socially conscious hip-hop collective from Denver hit big in April with its song "Handlebars," off its second album, Fight with Tools. The tune tackles topics like gas-guzzling SUVs, corporate greed, and nuclear holocausts withi...

    by Niki D'Andrea on July 3, 2008
  • 16volt



    In 1991, 16volt founder Eric Powell had a vision: He wanted to merge the gritty, primal guitars of garage rock and punk with the relentless machinistic throttle and hum of industrial beats. The result was a barrage of "coldwave" songs brimming with b...

    by Niki D'Andrea on July 3, 2008
  • Let freedom rock: Ten musical moments that shaped who we are as a country


    Let freedom rock: Ten musical moments that shaped who we are as a country

    Rock 'n' roll has had a hefty impact on American pop culture and identity for the past 50 years or so, more often than not intersecting with our politics and whatever social unrest afflicts us at the time. With Independence Day right around the corne...

    by Cole Haddon on July 3, 2008
  • Peter Hook


    Peter Hook

    There's an infamous video on YouTube of iconic Joy Division and New Order bassist Peter Hook "DJing" at Serbia's EXIT festival in 2006. And by "DJing" we mean twisting knobs on an equalizer like a coked-up hamster while the Tom Neville track "Just F...

    by Benjamin Leatherman on July 3, 2008
  • Common raps about his film career and upcoming album Invincible Summer


    Common raps about his film career and upcoming album Invincible Summer

    Two-time Grammy winner Common, 36, is best known for his socially conscious rhymes on albums like Be and, more recently, Finding Forever, but that probably won't be the case for long. Like so many rappers, he's been bitten by the acting bug. Last yea...

    by Cole Haddon on July 3, 2008
  • Article

    Seven nights of DJs and dancing

    THURSDAY 3 Axis/Radius: Divine Ladies Night with MCB & DJ Devine (various) Blooze Bar: DJ El Dedo (rockabilly) Bunkhouse: DJ Doom (dance) Cherry Lounge: Greed Thursdays (hip-hop, electro) Club Forbidden: Lips Thursdays with DJs Domenic...

    on July 3, 2008
  • Article

    All That and a Medley: Stevie Wonder @ Jobing.com Arena in Glendale, Sunday, December 9

    By Steve Jansen Photos by Luke Holwerda Better than: Everything Shows to see before I die: Bjrk Led Zeppelin Radiohead Stevie Wonder (check) When I was a fourth grader at Tempe's Curry Elementary, a couple of kids cornered me on the playground....

    @ Up on the Sun by Niki D'Andrea on December 10, 2007 @ 3:38 pm
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