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    Guvs Just Wanna Have Fun - Kinda like The Beatles

    I am drunk, and I'm standing in the middle of a baseball field, dancing with Governor Janet Napolitano. No, this wasn't a dream, although I have to admit I woke up the next morning and wondered, "Did that really happen?" But it did, and on the...

    by Niki D'Andrea on July 12, 2007
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    Play Ball - Bocce and booze at The Vig

    We remember when "nightlife" at 40th Street and Indian School consisted of a run-down Taco Bell and a super-scummy dive bar. But now that the Arcadia neighborhood is suddenly sexy, there's a little scene happening at The Vig that we decided to tap in...

    by Lilia Menconi on July 12, 2007
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    Back on the Sun - Brothers Curt and Cris Kirkwood's road to the Meat Puppets reunion

    The next guy who calls 2007 "the year of the reunion" is gonna get his nose separated from his face. Sure, 40 years removed from the Summer of Love, it'd be nice to think there were larger Utopian forces at work beyond common greed and stalled solo c...

    by Serene Dominic on July 12, 2007
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    The Name Game - Two decades of identity crisis

    No Use for a Name has been around for 20 years now, which is staggering when you consider that just about as many people know the punk band's name today as in 1987, though that may have something to do with the fact that it has no use for one. Then a...

    by Cole Haddon on July 12, 2007
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    Sound Tracks - It's got a good bite

    Vampire Weekend is a quartet of Columbia University graduates who are not vampires and do not sing about them. They do, however, sound a lot like what would happen if Paul Simon, Peter Gabriel, F. Scott Fitzgerald, and one or two members of the Walkm...

    by Cole Haddon on July 12, 2007
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    Jones Fix - Longer time gone

    The man they once called Tiger Tom was savvy enough to secure all the rights to his ITV variety show, which ran in England and America from 1969 to 1971, but securing rights from some of the performers proved harder. That's why review copies of the D...

    by Serene Dominic on July 12, 2007
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    CTS - Sentimental Journey (New Circle Entertainment)

    After seeing CTS live, I was impressed by the musicianship and the band's earnest approach to gimmick-less rock songwriting. There's nothing trailblazing in the tunes here, but fans of artists like the Gin Blossoms and John Mayer will appreciate the ...

    by Niki D'Andrea on July 12, 2007
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    Bodhisattva - Procession of Lost Souls (Word Up Kid)

    Depending on where listeners were introduced to Bodhisattva's sonic mania, they may harbor two significantly different profiles of the duo fronted by vocalist/guitarist Justin Cory and drummer Shane Sittig. Compare their brutal first release, Brain C...

    by Steve Jansen on July 12, 2007
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    The Earps - Here Come The Earps (Big Bender Records)

    Rock 'n' Western, country 'n' roll, twang and Taylor Ham there's nothing new here, and that's fine. The Earps say it's about the '70s and they're right. These guys could be the Apache Junction descendants of David Allan Coe at his orneriest, a muta...

    by Henry Cabot Beck on July 12, 2007
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    KRS-One and Marley Marl - Hip-Hop Lives (Koch Records)

    With stunning production from old rival Marley Marl, KRS-One delivers a sharp retort to Nas' recent proclamation that Hip Hop Is Dead but not without kicking some dirt on gangsta culture. The highlights on this 12-track disc are many, including "No...

    by Chris Parker on July 12, 2007
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    Smashing Pumpkins - Zeitgeist (Marthas Music/Reprise)

    Those of you hoping Smashing Pumpkins' comeback record is an unmitigated disaster will be disappointed: It's not. Those of you afraid that head Pumpkin Billy Corgan made another The Future Embrace (his ber-synthpop, somewhat cheesy solo album) will ...

    by Annie Zaleski on July 12, 2007
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    Interpol - Our Love to Admire (Capitol Records)

    Interpol's major label debut, Our Love to Admire, isn't as monochrome (or monotonous) as its previous two albums. "Pioneer to the Falls" is arguably the richest song they've ever recorded, a track that channels the stormy textures of the Cure's Porno...

    by Annie Zaleski on July 12, 2007
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    Beastie Boys - The Mix-Up (Capitol Records)

    Since the Beastie Boys released License to Ill more than two decades ago, all paths into New York nostalgia and downtown have led back to them. So what's a guy named Adrock, or MCA, or Mike D to do? No wonder, with The Mix-Up, they've got nothing to ...

    by Zach Baron on July 12, 2007
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    What Laura Says Thinks and Feels - Curl up, baby

    You know that warm, contented feeling you get when it's woundingly cold outside and you're snuggled up in your favorite blanket sipping cocoa and watching Roseanne reruns? You can get nearly the same effect, minus the calories and eyestrain, from the...

    by Adriane Goetz on July 12, 2007
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    Motion City Soundtrack - Vocal heroes

    Ever since Motion City Soundtrack frontman Justin Pierce announced his trepidation for what is to come on the insanely catchy "The Future Freaks Me Out," from the Minneapolis fivesome's 2003 debut, I Am the Movie (Epitaph), it's been nearly impossibl...

    by Emily Zemler on July 12, 2007
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    Benni Hemm Hemm - Very green

    Kajak the sophomore long-player from namesake/frontman Benedikt H. Hermannsson's Icelandic easy-listening band may not be the textbook definition of a guilty indie pleasure, but it's close. The lyrics aren't in English; the cover art looks like i...

    by Ray Cummings on July 12, 2007
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    Snow Patrol - Awaiting the avalanche

    Neither a critic's band nor a super-popular radio sensation, Gary Lightbody's Glasgow group was, once upon a time, just a struggling indie-rock outfit, more Belle & Sebastian insular than Coldplay make-out music. By the time their breakthrough record...

    by Tim Grierson on July 12, 2007
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    Movement Mondays - Is this going to be on the vinyl?

    The hipster headquarters known as Glam, 3174 East Indian School Road, isn't just a hotspot for seeing faux-hawked emo kids making out with chicks wearing American Apparel on a glowing, multicolored dance floor straight outta Saturday Night Fever. The...

    by Benjamin Leatherman on July 12, 2007
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    Seven Nights of DJs and Dancing - Who's spinning what, where and when

    Thursday 12 Anderson's: S.W.A.G. Thursdays with DJ Essence, DJ Astonish, & Bryce Breeze (hip-hop, reggae, R&B) Baja Tilly's: DJ Adrian (old school, R&B, cumbia, reggaeton) Bikini Lounge: Sophisticated Boom Boom with DJ HFE (rockabilly, surf, ...

    on July 12, 2007
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    Banned in Tempe

    "Fist Full of Teeth": http://media.newtimes.com/id/170815/ "Penile Drip": http://media.newtimes.com/id/170818/ And, as always, please send MP3's (we post 'em, whether I think they're good or bad), gossip, show announcements, etc to Brendan Joel Ke...

    @ Up on the Sun on November 22, 2006 @ 2:39 pm
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