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  • Candy Dulfer

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    Candy Dulfer

    This young, Dutch-born saxophonist has a long history as a sidewoman, performing alongside Dave Stewart (with whom she recorded "Lily Was Here," a hit she often performs live), Prince, Aretha Franklin, and many others since her late teens. As a bandl...

    by Ernest Barteldes on April 10, 2008
  • Yellowcard

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    Yellowcard

    Florida quintet Yellowcard broke big on 2003's Ocean Avenue. Songs like "Way Away" and "Only One" kept the band on the radio, in video games, and on awards-show stages for more than a year. You couldn't escape Yellowcard. The group recorded a follow-...

    by Chris Parker on April 10, 2008
  • Jay-Z

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    Jay-Z

    Try as you might, there's no knocking Jay-Z's hustle. So what if he's no longer president of Def Jam? So what if he's mostly irrelevant? So what if there are more literate, talented, and entertaining rappers dropping science out there? Unfading swagg...

    by Ray Cummings on April 10, 2008
  • Enon

    Article

    Enon

    Noise is a relative concept -- for many, it is what interferes with what we'd prefer to hear. For others, noise is a means to an end, a catharsis, or an inverse of what's known as "harmony." The Who, Velvet Underground, and the Beatles pioneered the ...

    by Mark Keresman on April 10, 2008
  • The Claudia Quintet

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    The Claudia Quintet

    Picture some of the most in-demand NYC-based musicians with a bent toward jazz forming a band. Now, imagine that the group stays together for more than a decade without rotating guest musicians (not atypical for, say, a rock outfit, but quite unusual...

    by Steve Jansen on April 10, 2008
  • Local band Via Maris reach back to a better year with The Bicentennial

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    Local band Via Maris reach back to a better year with The Bicentennial

    Ask anyone alive during our country's 200th birthday in 1976, and they'll tell you it was still the Me Decade, but filtered through Eisenhower eyes, since America had less past to reprocess. On TV, there was plenty of unapologetic jiggle alongside th...

    by Serene Dominic on April 10, 2008
  • Obscura

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    Obscura

    In their chart-topping single "You! Me! Dancing!" the indie Britpoppers of Los Campesinos! describe how a raucous club night in their native Wales is filled with much dancing and debauchery, singing, "The beats, yeah, they were coming out the speake...

    by Benjamin Leatherman on April 10, 2008
  • Plasmatics - Beyond the Valley of 1984
 (Plasmatics Media)

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    Plasmatics - Beyond the Valley of 1984 (Plasmatics Media)

    Aside from the fact that many of the Derby Dames physically resemble Wendy O. Williams, the late Mohawk-sporting, scantily clad singer of the Plasmatics, derby girls also share a love of extreme adventure with Williams, who performed all her own stun...

    by Niki D'Andrea on April 10, 2008
  • The Sword brings you metal without cliché on Gods of the Earth

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    The Sword brings you metal without clich on Gods of the Earth

    Wait, is this a joke? That's an understandable reaction when encountering the clobbering metal riffs of The Sword, and it's not the only time in recent years a new hard rock/metal act has elicited such a response. In the semi-proud tradition of Andre...

    by Tim Grierson on April 10, 2008
  • Article

    Props to Our Peeps: The Arizona Music & Entertainment Hall of Fame Awards on Sept. 23

    By Niki D'Andrea If you tuned into MTV's Video Music Awards this year, you may have noticed one big thing: they sucked. Between Britney Spears' underwhelming performance (note to Brit: your career is over; you might as well pose for Playboy while yo...

    @ Up on the Sun by Niki D'Andrea on September 12, 2007 @ 7:02 pm
  • Article

    Soul Man: James Hunter at the Rhythm Room on Tuesday, September 11

    By Niki D'Andrea Photo slideshow by Luke Holwerda James Hunter may be one of the best kept secrets of the music world. In fact, Van Morrison called him "the best voice and best-kept secret in British R&B and soul." Hunter has long been the critics...

    @ Up on the Sun by Niki D'Andrea on September 12, 2007 @ 2:25 pm
  • Article

    Of Z-Guns and Brainbombs

    by Matt Neff I just finished reading issue number one of Z-Gun, a new print zine put out by Scott Soriano and Ryan Wells. It's 40 pages long with feature length articles and interviews on Pink Reason, San Francisco art punk 1977-1982ish, Black Hum...

    @ Up on the Sun on September 8, 2007 @ 3:46 pm
  • Article

    Future Shock: Coheed and Cambria, Chevelle, Redman, and more

    By Benjamin Leatherman Charlie Levy of Stateside Presents ain't gonna dig this edition of Future Shock, and neither will Jeremiah Gratza of President Gator, nor the folks behind Select Shows, or Live Nation. That's because this week's lineup of "ju...

    @ Up on the Sun by Niki D'Andrea on September 7, 2007 @ 10:10 pm
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    Interview with Wiley Arnett of Sacred Reich, Part 2

    "When you're 18, there's nothing more important than signing tits in Holland or Germany!" -- Wiley Arnett By Saby Reyes-Kulkarni Here's part two of New Times' August 15th interview with Sacred Reich/Human Condition guitarist Wiley Arnett. A lot ...

    @ Up on the Sun by Niki D'Andrea on September 7, 2007 @ 4:41 pm
  • Frenzy-free: easy like Sunday evening

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    Frenzy-free: easy like Sunday evening

    Mill Avenue saw its fair share of action over the weekend with the Tempe Arts Festival and the Tempe Music Festival at the lake. But we decided to see what kind of crew rolled in after all the main events were over. So we headed down to Mill Avenue ...

    by Lilia Menconi on April 3, 2008
  • Pacifika - Asunción
 (Six Degrees)

    Article

    Pacifika - Asuncin (Six Degrees)

    On this Canada-based trio's debut, the eclectic talents of Peru's Silvana Kane and Canadian musicians Adam Popowitz and Toby Peter come together on a disc that goes in various musical directions, ranging from flamenco to electronica with a touch of L...

    by Ernest Barteldes on April 3, 2008
  • Brian Chartrand - Sleeping With Giants
 (self-released)

    Article

    Brian Chartrand - Sleeping With Giants (self-released)

    Local singer/guitarist Brian Chartrand has his fingers in lots of stuff -- he plays in local jam band Ten Dollar Outfit, and he's also a member of Phoenix group RGB. But more than anything, Chartrand has his fingers in heavy-handed acoustic guitar pl...

    by Niki D'Andrea on April 3, 2008
  • Noise Boy: funky fun with Black Carl

    Article

    Noise Boy: funky fun with Black Carl

    "Let's get fucked-up! It's Wednesday!" This piece of midweek advice comes courtesy of Corey Gloden, lead singer of Strange Young Things, who are playing at The Loft in Tempe. I'm kicking back at the bi-level club's copper bar with my friend Whoopi...

    by Steve Jansen on April 3, 2008
  • Al Jourgensen and his thoughts on George W. Bush, the Internet as an "anarchy punk-rock threat," and the end of Ministry

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    Al Jourgensen and his thoughts on George W. Bush, the Internet as an "anarchy punk-rock threat," and the end of Ministry

    It's days before the first date of what's being billed as the last tour ever for industrial-metal pioneers Ministry, and frontman Al Jourgensen is determined to convince naysayers that the band's days are truly numbered. "I'm not one of these comeba...

    by Daniel Raven on April 3, 2008
  • Tree of Life

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    Tree of Life

    Rob Kwik has a whole lotta reasons to be celebrating on Friday, April 4. The ultra-ill turntablist is commemorating not only his 29th birthday but also the release of his latest remix CD, and the ninth anniversary of the Dirt Assasinz Crew -- the eig...

    by Benjamin Leatherman on April 3, 2008
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