Forever in Control changes up their legal wall at Miranda’s Custom Cars from time to time, and here’s the latest from the PHX’s freshest collective of aerosol artists. This time the theme is law and order, with cops and donuts duking it out for domination. Don’t know where Miranda’s is? First Avenue and Grant Street is where you go to spy the art. The business entrance is at 706 South Central Avenue. Check previous slideshows of past Miranda’s walls, here , and, here .
The crowd at Coachella was full of energy all weekend, even with the near-100 degree weather they had to endure. But great music makes it worth it, right? PHOTOS BY DENIS JEONG PLASTER on April 16, 2011
A near sellout crowd of sweaty teens and 20-somethings packed the Tempe concert venue to watch the ska-punk bands Reel Big Fish and Streetlight Manifesto perform on Monday, January 5. (Read clubs editor Benjamin Leatherman's review of the show.)
There were four kinds of people at Coachella Friday: People trying to stay dry, people letting it all hang out, people wearing stupid novelty items and the musicians. Which one were you? All images by Timothy Norris.
PHOTOS: The Eye of the Storm: Coachella Day One
Music Editor Martin Cizmar is not usually much for gimmick bands, but when Phoenix's paltry post-holiday concert calender has us planning to review Cherry Poppin' Daddies and Reel Big Fish within a week, options are limited. And so it was that he found himself at Bob Log III's show at The...
Taking place at some secretive location out in P-Town's desert outskirts, a crew of PHX turntablists held an all-night dance party on Wednesday, December 31, which featured cold booze, hot beats, and fire-spinning galore. (Read the Party Crasher’s report on the party).