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Max Bemis of Say Anything is one hell of a frontman. He's been through a lot emotionally, and his lyrics certainly prove it. But over the years and over the course of releasing several records, Max and the band have come a long way. The lyrical content has developed, and their sound is now more genu ... More >>
Emily Spetrino-MurtaghEmily Spetrino-Murtagh The former owner of the now defunct Sweets & Beats is the curator of the upcoming Eastside Records Tribute Show opening Friday, March 18 at The Trunk Space. When you put your key in the ignition and turn on the radio, what station would play ... More >>
Local indie pop favorites Miniature Tigers (who are rumored to be moving out East soon) embark on a 2-month tour tomorrow across the country.
Phoenix(ish) band Miniature Tigers have added more dates to their fall tour. The Charlie Brand-fronted outfit rumored to be moving to New York will be touring with fun., fronted by Phoenix expat Nate Ruess, as well as Say Anything, New Zealand's Ruby Suns and the Dodos.Full list of tour dates, inclu ... More >>
The DuPree family -- better known as indie pop act Eisley -- will grace The Valley with their presence this NovemberI'm not going to lie to you -- I am still reeling from the absolutely awful news that Micachu & The Shapes canceled their recent North American tour, including their September 1 ... More >>
It was announced this week that SXSW will be getting yet another addition to its already fruitful lineup: Tinted Windows. The band consists of Taylor Hanson (Hanson, duh), James Iha (Smashing Pumpkins), Bun E. Carlos (Cheap Trick) and Adam Schlesinger (Fountains of Wayne). It's an eclectic group, th ... More >>
In an effort to bring a more multi-media music experience to our readers, we’re gonna start posting Wednesday previews of what’s coming up in the week’s print music section of Phoenix new Times. But rather than just pimp our ink, we’re also going to post MP3s, YouTube clips, and pho ... More >>