Welcome to the latest installment of our weekly feature, Sound Off, in which Jason P. Woodbury is joined by a different guest each week to listen to and discuss three tracks from local Phoenix artists. If you would like your songs to be considered for future Sound Off columns, please email music@ ... More >>
"I don't want to be hip, or "cool." To me, [trends] are not hip or cool," Mark Sultan, also known as BBQ, says over the phone from Austin. We're discussing his new set of albums, Whatever I Want and Whenever I Want, his recent comments to Spinner about dubstep (he used dubstep as an example o ... More >>
Bob Log III and friend.You've got to be one bad, weirdo mofo for King Khan, leader of The Shrines, 1/2 of King Khan and BBQ show (before duo went bust), and about a thousand other obscure soul-funk-garage releases, to dedicate a whole song to you.
But that's exactly what's going on with "Bo ... More >>
The ladies love Bob Log III, who's scheduled to perform at Chopper John's on Saturday Night.Although downtown may or may not be ovah (depending on the particular mood of our fair editor Martin Cizmar), but in the meantime, East Phoenix might just be coming alive when it comes to live music.
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Happy New Year, Phoenix. A lot of stuff has happened since we gave the axe to 2008. Take a look at the events you've missed this weekend and keep on scrolling down for a quick look back at our New Year's coverage.
First Friday on January 2, 2009
Costumed freaks, innovative musical acts, and phen ... More >>
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From the Rumor Mill: Maricopa County Attorney Andrew Thomas to Resign
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