See also: Our Complete Coachella Coverage By Rebecca Haithcoat One assumes that thousands of people shouting, "I guess that cunt getting eaten" in unison has never happened at Coachella before. Yet you could hear just that yesterday during Azealia Banks' set; it was afternoon, and most of us were ... More >>
Welcome to another installment of Up on the Sun's 2011 Review. We've been counting down our favorite songs, shows, national and local releases of 2011. This installment takes a look at 2011's most outrageously offensive musical outfits. Enjoy! We're not particularly renowned for our sense of style ... More >>
Beavis & Butt-Head makes its triumphant return to MTV on Thursday, October 27 at 10/9c, and quite frankly, we can't wait. This preview of "Holy Cornholio" looks promising, but one thing is missing--music videos! Half the fun of watching Beavis & Butt-Head was listening to the duo's commentar ... More >>
Today, Universal Music Enterprises will re-release a handful of albums by the late Tupac Shakur, including the posthumous album R U still Down? (Remember Me). Originally released in 1997 (a year after Shakur's murder), R U Still Down? was one of the rapper's best-selling albums, going quadruple ... More >>
Nicki Minaj is dead to Lil' Kim, according to Idolator.When will these chicks stop ripping each other off? Nicki Minaj's whole character is partially modeled after and influenced by Lil' Kim. If Lil' Kim can't be the bad chick on the block then someone had to replace her, and Nicki Minaj came alo ... More >>
No, no, Nicki: Fuck you.Am I the only one who really, really hates Nicki Minaj? You'd think so based on only a smattering of anti-Nicki talk on ye ole interwebz, compared to a torrent of anti Ke-dollarsign-ha fury and all the hate of other comparable slutwave artists.For example: There are a mere ... More >>
This picture is only one of many reasons why it's impossible to take Nicki Minaj seriouslyWhile some may insist Nicki Minaj is the most promising lady out there right now in the female rap game, it's sad that such a prolific artist ends up bashing her own gender so often. Instead of an empowering ... More >>
We owned two copies of this album on cassette when I was 6Does it matter if it's a slow week for show announcements if one of those announcements features MC Hammer?I say no to that, and such is this week's fate. Sure, this week features a fewer number of shows than in previous weeks, but c'mon p ... More >>
"It was all a dream..."There are very few film critics I can read without getting at least mildly peeved at their gasbaggery. But the critics' pool on the geek-fan site RottenTomatoes.com really ticks me off, particularly in regards to the Biggie Smalls biopic Notorious, which I caught over the week ... More >>
The infamous DJ Lady Tribe and hella-fine DJ Miss Lisa set the decks ablaze at the Brickhouse
A genre as big as Texas
Bottle-poppin' Jacuzzi duty at the PHX's freshest spot? That's what awaits the fly and the sly at Tempe's Phase 54
Kreme and Jett court madness, drunkenness and death runnin' after absinthe's La Fée Verte.
Sassy Brits, hoochie mamas and a dude named Beans attempted to invigorate a stagnant year for hip-hop
From the window to the wall, ACME's tight, and the Kreme clique's aiight.
Our night shift explores the rowdy gay gangsta hip-hop scene
The bump and grind of a new generation
Notaro spins more funny yarns
People remember 1982 for Men at Work more than they do for Elvis Costello or Gang of Four. Why should 2002 be any different?
Tropical Storm (Virgin)
The Magnificent (BBE)
New Times' panel of critics searches for musical gems in a disheartening 2001
Nikka Costa has a big, funky voice and a great butt. Which will you notice first?
Survivalist is taking west Phoenix hip-hop national, with smooth R&B hooks
KNIX-FM 102.5 and KISS-FM 104.7 playing simultaneously
Mexican photography exhibit at Sky Harbor Airport proves a sight for soar eyes
Giving meaning to bad TV
Dissed by Dre, rapper Eve teamed up with the Ruff Ryders and struck gold with her solo debut
The rapper they call "The Teacher" knows the medium is the message