Yeah, yeah, yeah...we get it. Mondays suck (we've read Garfield). But it means the start of a new week, which means a bunch of killer shows in and around Phoenix.
And here are a few of the coolest, our top five must-see shows this week.
Tupac's hologram appearance at Coachella sparked all sorts of buzz, from the Hologram Tupac Twitter to the exclusive all-hologram Coachella line-up.
And sure, it would be pretty rad to see Michael Jackson, Nirvana, Buddy Holly, The Beatles, and Bob Marley & the Wailers on the same bill, but Golden ... More >>
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All right, suckers -- this is it. Mother's Day is Sunday, and there you are, short on cash, unable to buy flowers, unable to take her out to dinner, utterly and completely unprepared to show fitting tribute to the woman who ... More >>
School is almost out for summer but for the Mathmadix crew, class will still be in session when their long-awaited album, In a Class of our Own, finally drops on April 20.
"We've been trying to drop this album for a couple years now and it's been difficult because of real-life-stuff, you know," ra ... More >>
See also: Coachella: The Best of Sunday, April 15Dr. Dre and Snoop Dogg closed out weekend one of Coachella with a performance that was unquestionably legen-- wait for it --dary. While both rappers and the slew of guest stars were all fantastic, Tupac's hologram stole the show.Chances are that when ... More >>
By now it's news to no one that the United States Postal Service is in trouble. As detailed by Nick Greene earlier this month at Village Voice's Running Scared, this means print media is in for a punch (you know, while it's down and everything), your bills are going to show up later than they ... 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 >>
The man that shot rapper Tupac Shakur in a 1994 shooting has allegedly come forward, according to Consequence of Sound.Dexter Isaac, who is already an inmate, confessed to the shooting. Isaac's shooting took place two years prior to Tupac's death. Isaac has claimed that he was hired to shoot Tupa ... More >>
One of the most awesome, hilarious, ridiculous hacking pranks has gone down. A group of hackers recently got into PBS' web system and posted an unusual story about deceased rapper Tupac Shakur, according to Yahoo News.The hacker group, which calls itself Lulzsec and the Lulz Boat, posted a fake s ... More >>
Diplo says noise pop duo Sleigh Bells have been hitting the studio with Beyonce, according to NME.The producer recently blogged about being in the studio together with the three musicians. Sleigh Bells' album Treats was played for the good people who work for Beyonce, and now they're working on s ... More >>
Elaine MulliganPrinceton professor and lauded lefty author Cornel West brings the funk to North High School on Saturday, October 2.We're not the only ones to have noticed that progressives, Democrats, and their ilk don't currently have a central charismatic leader whose every utterance is sociopo ... More >>
The original pinupImagine a rap war, ala Biggie and Tupac. But it takes place in the 1930s. And instead of being rappers, the two men involved are kiddie film animators. And instead of shooting at each other, they just say mean things about each other behind the other's back.A little less sexy than ... More >>
Famed gangsta rap producer "Suge" Knight (right) sure knows how to keep it real.
The founder of Death Row Records, former home to legendary rappers Tupac and Snoop Dogg, used his face as a battering ram against another man's fists early this morning during a fight at the W Scottsdale Hot ... More >>
I just received a book titled Time Flies When You're In a Coma: The Wisdom of the Metal Gods (A Plume Book), a funny little tome filled with lyrical adages from the world of heavy metal music. Edited by Mike Daly (formerly of alt. country band Whiskeytown), the book is divided into four sections: Me ... More >>