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  • Dick Taut and The Ripcords - In the Willow Shade
 (self-released)

    Article

    Dick Taut and The Ripcords - In the Willow Shade (self-released)

    There's one thing certain about Dick Taut and The Ripcords, a whatever-they-feel-like-playing ensemble with members culled from various parts of the Midwest: You never know what goofball lyrics will come out of the piehole of lead singer Dick Taut, a...

    by Steve Jansen on January 10, 2008
  • Wyclef Jean - Carnival Vol. II: Memoirs of an Immigrant
 (Sony)

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    Wyclef Jean - Carnival Vol. II: Memoirs of an Immigrant (Sony)

    In a recent interview, Wyclef Jean managed to sum up, in just a few words, the very thing fans both admire and abhor about the former Fugee. Bubbling over with understandable enthusiasm for Carnival Vol. II: Memoirs of an Immigrant, the star-studded ...

    by Dan Leroy on January 10, 2008
  • Six Organs of Admittance

    Article

    Six Organs of Admittance

    Guitarist Ben Chasny is the primary member of Six Organs of Admittance, a traditional indie-rock group with an ever-changing lineup. He's pinned down a sound by blending his intricate guitar playing with Old World chimes, drones, and chanted vocals, ...

    by Joe Golfen on January 10, 2008
  • The Section Quartet

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    The Section Quartet

    After spending years in the studio and onstage with some of rock's biggest names, The Section Quartet is out to see just how far novelty can take them by hitting the road in support of their debut album, Fuzzbox. Released earlier this year, Fuzzbox f...

    by Joe Golfen on January 10, 2008
  • The Iris, and Signs of Betrayal

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    The Iris, and Signs of Betrayal

    Phoenix-based metal band The Iris seems to thrive on exploring and adapting electronic sounds to its format -- with no bass player, it relies heavily on the programming of guitarist Kasey Kautenburger and drummer Tim Klever, while Marilyn Manson-insp...

    by Ernest Barteldes on January 10, 2008
  • Will Guitar Hero save the music industry?

    Article

    Will Guitar Hero save the music industry?

    In high school, I quit guitar lessons after just six months. I have really tiny hands and got frustrated just making chords -- plus, my teenage self thought it'd be more fun to date an ax master than to be one. Later, I decided that writing about roc...

    by Lina Lecaro on January 10, 2008
  • DJ Bacteria and more than a dozen of his peers will gather at AREA Phoenix

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    DJ Bacteria and more than a dozen of his peers will gather at AREA Phoenix

    The DJ scene around the Nix is quite tumultuous. Turntablists have a habit of changing up their weekly nights more often than Lindsay Lohan changes boyfriends. You know the drill: Your favorite jocks will be working the stage at a chic Scottsdale da...

    by Benjamin Leatherman on January 10, 2008
  • DJ Mike Relm brings turntablism to the unhip masses

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    DJ Mike Relm brings turntablism to the unhip masses

    Mike Relm is single-handedly introducing turntablism to parts of middle America on his second stint with Blue Man Group, opening its current production, How to Be a Megastar Tour 2.1. With between 7,000 and 12,000 people at each show, it's the San Fr...

    by Ben Westhoff on January 10, 2008
  • Article

    This just in: Musicians also use performance-enhancing drugs

    Overlooked amid the hoopla surrounding the recent Mitchell Report -- former Senator George Mitchell's investigation into the use of steroids and human growth hormone in Major League Baseball -- was the release last month of the Quayle Report. The cul...

    by Michael Alan Goldberg on January 10, 2008
  • Article

    The Heartless Give Punk a Heart Attack

    By Brendan Joel Kelley The Heartless If you missed local pop/punk/rock outfit the Heartless at the band's CD release party recently, you'll want to check out the tracks below (if energetic pop/punk is your thing). When the band dropped its EP This ...

    @ Up on the Sun on June 1, 2007 @ 11:13 am
  • Article

    Mo' Metal: John Wayne Jefferson

    By Brendan Joel Kelley If you saw my column this week, you might wonder exactly what a guitar/drums/vocals metal three piece like John Wayne Jefferson sounds like. You can find the answer below, although you should be warned that the songs come off ...

    @ Up on the Sun on May 29, 2007 @ 1:06 pm
  • Article

    Seven Nights of DJs and Dancing - Who's spinning what, where and when

    THURSDAY 3 Axis/Radius: Crystal Thursdays Ladies Night (Top 40, rock, dance) Blooze Bar: DJ El Dedo (rockabilly) Bobby C's: Willy B. (old-school R&B) Bunkhouse: DJ Doom (dance) DrinX: Remix Thursdays with DJ Justin Michael (remixes) ...

    on January 3, 2008
  • Diving In To 2008

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    Diving In To 2008

    I don't know about you, but I'm happy as hell to get 2007 behind me. Maybe it's my age (38), or the fact that I hang out with other Booze Pigs, but it seems as though this has been a rough year for everyone (especially my liver). Good friends moving ...

    by C.M. Redding on January 3, 2008
  • Palazzo's Latin Ladies Night

    Article

    Palazzo's Latin Ladies Night

    Until recently, the dance floor at the opulent-yet-ookie nightspot Palazzo, 710 North Central Avenue, was solely the domain of the gothy boys and ghouls who turned out on Fridays in droves for Tranzylvania, where they'd thrash about until the wee ho...

    by Benjamin Leatherman on January 3, 2008
  • Celebrity Playlist - Looking at the music of 2007 from a different direction

    Article

    Celebrity Playlist - Looking at the music of 2007 from a different direction

    The holidays are a time of family, schmaltzy Christmas commercials that somehow make you cry, and if you are involved in music journalism, list-making. Lots and lots of list-making. Over the past few years, the availability of year-end critics lis...

    by Niki D'Andrea on January 3, 2008
  • Hello, Cleveland! - A pseudo-Michael Stipe shares what's on his MP3 player

    Article

    Hello, Cleveland! - A pseudo-Michael Stipe shares what's on his MP3 player

    Cleveland doesn't have celebrities. That's why our contribution to this year-end roundup is star-free. The biggest thing we've got (next to LeBron James, who was too busy playing basketball or something to talk to us) is the stripper-lovin' host of T...

    by Michael Gallucci on January 3, 2008
  • Desert Heat - America's idol and a hoops star keep Phoenix's mercury rising

    Article

    Desert Heat - America's idol and a hoops star keep Phoenix's mercury rising

    For basketball star Diana Taurasi, 2007 was a stellar year. The 6-foot guard for the Phoenix Mercury helped lead the franchise (and the city of Phoenix) to its first-ever basketball championship, toppling defending WNBA champion Detroit Shock on its ...

    by Niki D'Andrea on January 3, 2008
  • L.A. Confidential - Margaret Cho and Dave Navarro share their sonic tendencies

    Article

    L.A. Confidential - Margaret Cho and Dave Navarro share their sonic tendencies

    Margaret Cho has had her own TV show, a couple of bestselling books, a Grammy-nominated comedy album, and two feature films based on her national tours, but 2007 saw a new conquest for the comic: She became a viral video queen. Cho's sexy, traveling ...

    by Lina Lecaro on January 3, 2008
  • San Francisco Strings - Kronos Quartet's David Harrington waxes melodic on '07

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    San Francisco Strings - Kronos Quartet's David Harrington waxes melodic on '07

    San Francisco's world renowned Kronos Quartet has charted an impressive course around the globe, commissioning more than 600 works -- and releasing more than 40 records -- with composers from China, Russia, Vietnam, and Iraq since its inception more ...

    by Jennifer Maerz on January 3, 2008
  • Dan and the Deadhead - The music that moved Dan Wilson and Al Franken in '07

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    Dan and the Deadhead - The music that moved Dan Wilson and Al Franken in '07

    Dixie Chicks Grammy-winning-song collaborator Dan Wilson released his first solo album this year, the Rick Rubin-produced Free Life. The Semisonic songwriter and former Trip Shakespearean still lives in Minneapolis, still shops at the Electric Fetus,...

    by Sarah Askari on January 3, 2008
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