Multiple big EDM shows and a gig at the Mason Jar(!) await you in today's Must-See Phoenix Shows This Weekend. That seems like enough for us, but if you're looking for even more options, check out our complete, sortable concert calendar. We won't be offended.
No Age returns to Phoenix tomorrow night in support of the band's third full length album, An Object (fourth if you count compilation album Weirdo Rippers.) The band is all about reinvention, whether it's singer/drummer Dean Spunt learning how to play his drums while recording the band's first mater ... More >>
No Age, Radio Moscow, The Growlers, The Goat, Avon Ladies, Earthmen & Strangers, and More Yucca Tap Room Saturday, March 31, 2012 I've never been a skater, but back in high school, my skate-rat brother and I were locked in a nuclear arms race with my brother to discover cool new bands and one-up ea ... More >>
New Orleans bounce queen Big Freedia opened recent track, "Almost Famous, with a succinct and powerful line: "I'd like to thank all my fans /And all my haters /For making me famous." Beef is beneficial for both parties involved: Music outlets love covering it, fans love chiming in, and any collate ... More >>
Melissa FossumDean Spunt No AgeThe Trunk SpaceSunday, January 30, 2011The Los Angeles noise rock duo No Age has toured relentlessly during the past year. They were originally scheduled to play at The Clubhouse Music Venue in December, but rescheduled the end of their U.S. tour for last night ... More >>
L.A. based noise-punk band No Age had the year in 2010. They had some nice tours and their third album, Everything in Between, wound up on plenty of year-end lists. The duo started 2011 even better, appearing on The Late Show With David Letterman, where they performed their single "Fever Dreaming ... More >>