Yeah, yeah, yeah...we get it Mondays suck (we've read Garfield). But it means the start of a new week, which means a bunch of killer shows in and around Phoenix. And here are a few of the coolest, our top five must-see shows this week.
There are a slew of reasons we dig Al Page. Not only does the cat have one of the most fly Afros in all of P-Town, he's also one of the most laid-back and approachable DJs in this 'berg.
Every weekend, Page busts much ass on both the record decks and behind the scenes at the Hidden House, putting ... More >>
Somewhere between the blurry gloss of shoegaze's atmospheric drones and the crunchy riffs of post-hardcore inflected metal is San Francisco's Deafheaven. Oft-cited as posterboys for the "hipster metal" set, the band's Deathwish Inc. issued record Roads to Judah is pretty hard to deny, four (long) tr ... More >>
It's official, folks: Emo is cool again. Don't believe me? Listen to "Fall In," the third track on the highly buzzed about Attack On Memory from Cloud Nothings. The song is straight out of the late '90s/early 'aughts emo playbook: Strained vocals, frantic drums, and the kind of guitar tone that defi ... More >>
Some of the bathing beauties in attendance at last year's Adult Swim.It's been a helluva week for Jen Deveroux. The scenester princess and party promoter has been shadowed over the past few nights by a camera crew filming a documentary on the PHX club scene, she's participating in tonight's ... More >>
Deja Dance will participate in the Rites of Spring Ball on Friday at the Alwun House.According to the calendar on our wall, more than a week remains until spring has officially arrived. But for all intents and purposes, it feels like it's already sprung. The last gasp of winter has come and gone, te ... More >>
Cassie MarmasThe madcap madness from last year's Marathon Pub Crawl.We hope you've been training hard in anticipation for this weekend. Building up endurance, strengthening stamina, and basically preparing yourself for the long haul.
So, are we talking about this year's edition of the ultra-grue ... More >>
While you won't ever witness Noah Wylie on the television performing emergency tracheotomies or amputating bloody limbs (a la the ER actor he shares his name with), you can definitely catch the 27-year-old DJ in action at a few North Scottsdale nightspots every weekend.
Besides his moniker, Wylie a ... More >>