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  • Why? - Alopecia
 (Anticon)

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    Why? - Alopecia (Anticon)

    Anybody out there remember the '80s U.K. combo Blue Aeroplanes? They're the closest comparison this critic's strained brain can make to the eclectic, happily hard-to-pigeonhole Oakland band Why? While in no way imitative of Blue Aeroplanes, Why? shar...

    by Mark Keresman on March 27, 2008
  • Crystal Castles - Crystal Castles
 (Last Gang)

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    Crystal Castles - Crystal Castles (Last Gang)

    The acclaim that so often rains down on (insert overrated dance act's name here) may soon stumble its bandanna-clad way toward Toronto duo Crystal Castles. While their self-titled debut full-length on Last Gang packs a strain of considerably punky te...

    by Dominic Umile on March 27, 2008
  • The Black Keys

    Article

    The Black Keys

    After spending the past seven years building their reputation as a no-frills bluesy grit-rock duo, Black Keys vocalist/guitarist Dan Auerbach and drummer Patrick Carney felt they needed a fresh perspective. So they turned to Brian Burton, better know...

    by Chris Nixon on March 27, 2008
  • Tokyo Police Club

    Article

    Tokyo Police Club

    A mere 16 minutes of recorded music shot the Canadian kids in Tokyo Police Club into the indie-rock spotlight. Since the release of the seven-song EP A Lesson in Crime in 2006, Dave Monks (vocals, bass), Josh Hook (guitar), Graham Wright (keyboards),...

    by Chris Nixon on March 27, 2008
  • Avett Brothers

    Article

    Avett Brothers

    Naming no names, but after listening to an album by a certain "alt-bluegrass" combo, a mini-epiphany alighted: Why listen to a half-assed, smug-hipster version of bluegrass when the real thing -- Ralph Stanley, Gibson Brothers, even Alison Krauss -- ...

    by Mark Keresman on March 27, 2008
  • Red Sparowes

    Article

    Red Sparowes

    Some people believe that chakra, a Sanskrit word meaning "circle," refers to an energy center, a place where the physical body and the "mind" meet as one, where things like aural sensations become visceral stimulations in certain parts of our bodies....

    by Niki D'Andrea on March 27, 2008
  • The Toys

    Article

    The Toys

    Long before hitmakers like Kelis sampled Mozart and Mike Skinner borrowed from Bartok, a '60s girl group called The Toys layered exquisite teen harmonies over Bach finger exercises and launched a pop-music revolution. Led by Barbara Harris, The Toys ...

    by Theodore Thimou on March 27, 2008
  • Fu Manchu: Back on tour and headed for Mesa

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    Fu Manchu: Back on tour and headed for Mesa

    Source of pride for living in Mesa, AZ: Google "woman offers sex for gas," and your hometown comes up on the first nine hits. Source of shame for living in Mesa, AZ: Read those nine stories and see the unappetizing mug shot that sadly illustrates...

    by Serene Dominic on March 27, 2008
  • Sunday Sessions

    Article

    Sunday Sessions

    On a Friday or Saturday night, sliding into a nightspot as hot as Taste Ultra Lounge, 6910 East Shea Boulevard in Scottsdale, aint too easy, playa. Usually, the super-swanky, Asian-style drinkery is so swarmed with top-shelf trim and bar stars durin...

    by Benjamin Leatherman on March 27, 2008
  • New Model Army frontman Justin Sullivan talks Neil Young and Irish humor

    Article

    New Model Army frontman Justin Sullivan talks Neil Young and Irish humor

    If you listen to frontman/bandleader Justin Sullivan tell it, it's a surprise that New Model Army is still around at all. Formed in 1980 with the intention of playing just two pub gigs in the band's hometown of Bradford, England, NMA is still heralde...

    by Saby Reyes-Kulkarni on March 27, 2008
  • Tempe Music Festival celebrates local bands while welcoming hometown heroes Gin Blossoms and The Meat Puppets

    Article

    Tempe Music Festival celebrates local bands while welcoming hometown heroes Gin Blossoms and The Meat Puppets

    Now in its sixth year, the Tempe Music Festival brings an annual spotlight to town. As always, the headliners are national acts, meant to draw in a crowd of people who probably have little interest in local music and are far more likely to see a show...

    by Sarah Ventre on March 27, 2008
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    Devilish Double-Header: Slayer and Marilyn Manson, August 27 at Cricket Wireless Pavilion

    By Niki D'Andrea Better than: A proctologist with bad depth perception. I learned a few things at the Slayer/Marilyn Manson show: 1) Slayer becomes more aggressive and tight as the band's brutal set wears on. 2) Marilyn Manson is a consummate per...

    @ Up on the Sun by Niki D'Andrea on August 28, 2007 @ 1:40 am
  • Article

    Saturday Survey: Saving Amy Winehouse

    By Niki D'Andrea Every Saturday, we're going to start taking surveys on various music-related topics and celebrity shenanigans. We know that our readers have a lot to say, and we want to know what's on your minds. Next week, we'll be discussing rapp...

    @ Up on the Sun by Niki D'Andrea on August 25, 2007 @ 6:31 pm
  • Article

    Future Shock: The Hold Steady, Regina Spektor, Saosin, and more

    By Benjamin Leatherman Get ready to crank your credit cards, PHX folks, 'cause Future Shock's back with the latest "just announced" concerts coming to town. This week's edition is like a rock 'n' roll Baskin Robins, beeyotch, with acts representing...

    @ Up on the Sun by Niki D'Andrea on August 24, 2007 @ 7:14 pm
  • Article

    Seven nights of DJs and dancing

    THURSDAY 20 Axis/Radius: Ladies Night (Top 40, rock, dance) Blooze Bar: DJ El Dedo (rockabilly) Bunkhouse: DJ Doom (dance) Casey Jones: Da Gutter Thursdays with DJ Soulman (hip-hop, Top 40) Club Red: The Blunt Club with Pickster Uno, D...

    on March 20, 2008
  • Asses of Evil - Asses of Evil
 (self-released)

    Article

    Asses of Evil - Asses of Evil (self-released)

    Before punk rock worked its way onto the airwaves via pop-infused bands who paid more for a single pair of pants than all four Ramones spent on their entire wardrobes, diehard fans of the genre could be downright scary -- volatile creatures with safe...

    by Niki D'Andrea on March 20, 2008
  • Greg Laswell - How the Day Sounds
 (Vanguard Records)

    Article

    Greg Laswell - How the Day Sounds (Vanguard Records)

    After scoring a couple of songs on TV shows like Smallville and One Tree Hill (and briefly frolicking with Mandy Moore), one would think Greg Laswell might be a pretty cheerful guy. But this San Diego singer-songwriter's latest six-song EP, How the D...

    by Joe Golfen on March 20, 2008
  • Guilty Simpson - Ode to the Ghetto
 (Stones Throw)

    Article

    Guilty Simpson - Ode to the Ghetto (Stones Throw)

    Ode to the Ghetto is Guilty Simpson's debut LP, but independent hip-hop heads will be familiar with the cocksure delivery from this Detroit-raised affiliate of the late J Dilla. Check "Clap Your Hands" from the Chrome Children comp for an airtight te...

    by Dominic Umile on March 20, 2008
  • Times New Viking - Rip It Off
 (Matador)

    Article

    Times New Viking - Rip It Off (Matador)

    Times New Viking takes a cue from fellow Ohioans Guided by Voices, recording its fuzzy indie rock under a thick gauze of guitar noise. There's little to no production on the feedback-soaked Rip It Off, which includes zero bottom end to balance out th...

    by Michael Gallucci on March 20, 2008
  • Asylum Street Spankers

    Article

    Asylum Street Spankers

    While musicians who play "old time" music tend to be reverent toward bygone traditions, reverence is just about the last thing the Asylum Street Spankers have on their minds. An almost entirely acoustic ensemble that revisits old-timey forms and upda...

    by Saby Reyes-Kulkarni on March 20, 2008
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