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    Interview with the Busdriver

    by Matt Neff Photo courtesy of Epitaph A-heh heh heh...Up on the Sun's legal team has suggested I apologize to our general readership for the dismay and chaos my last post has caused among this beloved paper's fanbase. I reckon it was rude of me t...

    @ Up on the Sun on August 13, 2007 @ 1:42 am
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    "It's All a Bunch of Hipsters": The Stray Cats, the Pretenders, and Don Henley @ the Jobing.com Arena

    by Matt Neff Photographs by Luke Holwerda The Stray Cats, The Pretenders, and Don Henley Jobing.com Arena August 8, 2007 Better than: 12,000 years of human thought, art, technology and history It's All a Bunch of Hipsters A Review in Three Parts ...

    @ Up on the Sun on August 9, 2007 @ 9:51 pm
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    Call It A Comeback: Cousins Of The Wize

    By Niki D'Andrea Cousins Of The Wize MCs Pie and Jahmal share the love. Cousins Of The Wize may be the closest thing to a hip-hop "supergroup" in Phoenix. Some members of the 8-piece collective have played with local luminaries Trik Turner and Phu...

    @ Up on the Sun by Niki D'Andrea on August 9, 2007 @ 3:04 pm
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    Go ahead and jump: Van Halen to tour with David Lee Roth

    By Niki D'Andrea Three sources have now confirmed the latest Van Halen hype: the band is reuniting with original singer David Lee Roth and embarking on a 50-date tour this October. (The sources are Web sites Melodicrock.com, BillBoard.com, and MSN.co...

    @ Up on the Sun by Niki D'Andrea on August 7, 2007 @ 7:31 pm
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    The Meat Puppets: Rise To Your Knees

    MEAT PUPPETS: SKULL-DISSOLVING? The Meat Puppets Rise To Your Knees Anodyne Records, 2007 Since it was my brilliant idea and all to name our bouncing baby blog after a Meat Puppets album (not the best one, but we damn well couldn't call it "II" no...

    @ Up on the Sun on August 7, 2007 @ 12:40 am
  • At the very East - Not-so-dirty Scottsdale


    At the very East - Not-so-dirty Scottsdale

    The East Valley beckoned once again for a Saturday-night gallivant. This time, we poked around in Old Town and slid into Pattie's 1st Avenue Lounge to drink a few rounds with the locals.(Click here for more photos.) Things started to fire up aroun...

    by Lilia Menconi on March 6, 2008
  • Ida - Lovers Prayers


    Ida - Lovers Prayers (Polyvinyl)

    In the past five or 10 years, indie rock's subgenres have been multiplying like bacteria. Dream pop, shoegaze, sadcore, slowcore . . . one has to be a scholar to keep them straight. Ida deserves a tag all its own -- "minimalist folk" or "quietcore fo...

    by Mark Keresman on March 6, 2008
  • Lenny Kravitz - It Is Time for a Love Revolution


    Lenny Kravitz - It Is Time for a Love Revolution (Virgin)

    Lenny Kravitz hates it when critics call him retro, contending that love, revolution, and smooching should belong to every generation. But the problem with Kravitz's new album, It Is Time for a Love Revolution, is not just its bland message; it's tha...

    by Ben Westhoff on March 6, 2008
  • k.d. lang - Watershed


    k.d. lang - Watershed (Nonesuch)

    Talented songwriter k.d. lang clearly has learned a few things from spending so much time around Tony Bennett. The two have been recording together since they released 2002's A Wonderful World, and on her latest disc, you can hear the influence of Be...

    by Ernest Barteldes on March 6, 2008
  • The Mars Volta - The Bedlam in Goliath
 (Umvd Labels)


    The Mars Volta - The Bedlam in Goliath (Umvd Labels)

    The Mars Volta switches gears on its fourth album, giving beat-propelled dance pop a spin. We kid! The Bedlam in Goliath is stuffed with nine-minute alt-prog epics -- the type the band has refined to blood-drawing sharpness over the past seven years....

    by Michael Gallucci on March 6, 2008
  • Beach House


    Beach House

    When political times get tough, artists get dreamy. Stuck in the Vietnam War and immersed in the civil rights movement, musicians in the '60s engaged in psychedelic escapism. Fumbling through the Iraq War and trapped in the murky quicksand of the eco...

    by Chris Nixon on March 6, 2008
  • Old Time Relijun


    Old Time Relijun

    Old Time Relijun subscribes to three basic tenets of life: Eat, drink, fuck. Bred in Olympia, Washington, the band's sound is primal and urgent -- as if barnyard animals were rioting through an uppity art college. The three-piece, fronted by enigmati...

    by Tuyet Nguyen on March 6, 2008
  • The Lemonheads


    The Lemonheads

    At some point, Lemonheads frontman Evan Dando must have realized that no one really knew who he was. It most likely happened sometime earlier in this decade, when he was trying to make it as an alt-country troubadour -- just like Gram Parsons, one of...

    by Michael D. Ayers on March 6, 2008
  • Winger



    Before Winger was the butt of many jokes, the Denver-bred Bon Jovi doppelganger and his bandmates undoubtedly had busloads of Betties on standby in every ZIP code and printed their own money, thanks to two consecutive albums that went platinum (a fea...

    by Dave Herrera on March 6, 2008
  • Word Up! Saturdays


    Word Up! Saturdays

    Despite his salacious pseudonym, we've got absolutely zero idea of how gifted Kevin the Makeout Bandit is at the art of heavy petting. What we do know, however (other than the fact it takes some serious cojones to advertise your abilities at getting ...

    by Benjamin Leatherman on March 6, 2008
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    Seven nights of DJs and dancing

    THURSDAY 6 Axis/Radius: 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) Casey Jones: Da Gutter Thursdays with DJ Soulman (hip-hop, Top 40) Cherry...

    on March 6, 2008
  • The Medic Droid


    The Medic Droid

    This techno trio will make you want to dance, even when singer Chris Donathen isn't shouting stuff like "Get down girl, shake it, shake it!" over bumping beats and synthesized programming on songs like "Fscene8," which sounds like the sonic stepchild...

    by Niki D'Andrea on March 6, 2008
  • The Mean Wells


    The Mean Wells

    This garage quartet from Chandler cooks up raw rock recipes with the best ingredients -- solid, fuzzy guitar hooks; danceable beats, and sexy vocals with all the lusty thrust of Cramps singer Lux Interior and the sassy swagger of Jack White. Some Mea...

    by Niki D'Andrea on March 6, 2008
  • Back Ted N-Ted


    Back Ted N-Ted

    Ryan Breen (a.k.a. Back Ted N-Ted) creates spacey, upbeat electro-pop songs with introspective, poetic lyrics. If Moby had ever been truly "techno," he'd have probably made a record like Back Ted N-Ted's A Jet Made of Limos (Modern Art), which boasts...

    by Niki D'Andrea on March 6, 2008
  • Cary Brothers and Ingrid Michaelson hit Phoenix on the Hotel Cafe Tour


    Cary Brothers and Ingrid Michaelson hit Phoenix on the Hotel Cafe Tour

    Los Angeles is, at best, a transient city filled with transitory dreamers. They come in all varieties these days: actors from Sioux Falls, rockers from Detroit, photographers from Reno, and immigrants from places most of us will never bother to find ...

    by Cole Haddon on March 6, 2008
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