Matt Johnson and Kim Schifino do whatever they want. They play with whatever kind of bands they want, they get naked in videos, they do the "Harlem Shake," and they picked a band name, Matt & Kim, that immediately establishes their singular style of indie/pop. See also: -Matt Johnson of Matt & Ki ... More >>
Curious about what's going on around town this weekend? Need some suggestions as to how to rock, dance, or krump in the Valley of the Sun? Don't fret: These are our Five Shows to See This Weekend.
See also: You Ready for the State Fair? A Guide to the Veteran's Memorial Coliseum Schedule (feat. Adam Lambert, Weezer, Jane's Addiction, and More) See also: Joan Jett @ Talking Stick Resort I've always considered casino venues at the bottom of a musician's career, just above the state fair circ ... More >>
Back in the early 2000s, Sean Paul's dutty rock dominated the airwaves and party playlists all over the world. Sean Paul is making somewhat of a comeback with a new album that nobody knew was released this year. We'll see if the tracks on Tomahawk Technique are good enough to still make people drop ... More >>
OnePlace gives new meaning to the phrase, "Rock me, Jesus"
The infamous DJ Lady Tribe and hella-fine DJ Miss Lisa set the decks ablaze at the Brickhouse
Our Beelzebubbas hang with a fire-eater and girl band Hell on Heels at the Emerald Lounge
Our night crawlers brave Britney to stalk rowdy rap queen Kelis
Good 2 Go (Atlantic/VP)
This time, it's personal: Our look back at an intimate year in music.
In 2003, a rockist retread ruled techno, while a new beginning hijacked hip-hop
Hip-hop rediscovers minimalism, thanks to a sea of surprisingly great singles
Lil' Jon's been serving manic 'crunk' nuggets to Dirty South enthusiasts for years. And now, he's a pop star.
The bump and grind of a new generation
There's plenty of "Ice" to cool the Valley
The influence of Jamaican remixes has spread far and wide since British punk rockers took to dub reggae in the 1970s.
A thriving Arizona break-dancing culture rediscovers the state's grandmasters of boogaloo