I've said it before: With very few exceptions (well, really one exception, The Aggrolites) white reggae is a pox upon America. So, believe me, it's not that I wanted to go see The Dirty Heads play last night's Red Bull Soundclash at Marquee Theatre...full story
PHOTOS BY LUKE HOLWERDA
It was an action-packed All Hallows Eve in Scottsdale as costumed revelers haunted at such Scottsdale hotspots at the Stone Rose Lounge, the Ghost Ball at Axis/Radius, American Junkie, and Afterlife. Take a ghoulish gander at some of the sexy, scary, and surreal costumes that were being worn....
The undead walked the streets of Phoenix on October 30, 2009. Starting at Rose and Crown, the crowds of ghouls meandered (like zombies do) around town before arriving at their final destination (we hope) at the ball park.
PHOTOS BY TRAVIS BRIERE
After five long years of indie/rock/electro/etc. dance tunes, celebrity guest DJs and stylish drunks gyrating on the dance floor, Shake! finally let out its death rattle. Fortunately the old dame went out with a bang and not a whimper Saturday night, yielding an army of creatively-costumed...
Hippies love Halloween. Or so one would think from Phish’s 3-day “Festival 8,” which brought the band’s die-hard fans from around the world to Indio, California for a weekend of pot, Frisbee, breakfast burritos, pot, fire-breathing statues, pot and incredibly well-crafted costumes.
Sexy costumed ghouls and face-painted zombies were haunting the bars and music venues of both Phoenix and Tempe on Friday, October 30, including the G-Spot, Jugheads, Club Red, and along Mill Avenue. PHOTOS BY BENJAMIN LEATHERMAN.
Just a couple days shy of Halloween, Rob Zombie took stage at Dodge Theatre to dig through his library of spooky songs and burn through his hits. Scary. See photos from the concert below.
PHOTOS BY VICTOR PALAGANO
If you're not salivating at the end of this slide show, you should get your tongue checked. We've taken a look back at all the succulent food shots taken for Chow Bella and "Cafe" this month and packed them into this handy slide show. Hungry? We're starving.
If you've never read VICE MAGAZINE, you get an "F" on your Hipster 101 exam (it's gonna take a ton of coke and American Apparel merchandise if you want to pass now). Starting as a punk zine in 1994, the New York City based highly-offensive-to-the-general-public magazine now publishes its print...
Old-school punk icon Jello Biafra (Dead Kennedys, Lard) brought his newest band (the Guantanamo School of Medicine), to Tempe for a night of three-chord thunder and socio-political polemic... full story. PHOTOS BY BENJAMIN LEATHERMAN.