Frances Michelle Lopez

 

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  • 11 years ago | Concert Review

    [jump] Omaha's Saddle Creek Records, Rural Alberta drew the biggest crowd of the night with their sweet and energetic songs about loves lost, haunted railroad towns, and missed opportunities. Almost reminiscent of a Bleed American era Jimmy Eat Wo...

  • 11 years ago | Concert Review

    The crowd was thin at the Rhythm Room last night. There was virtually a show at every venue and gallery; all pulling the Phoenix music scene in various directions. However, the concertgoers who were fortunate enough to catch Brooklyn-based trio Gr...

  • 11 years ago | Local Wire

    All Leather is piercing, menacing, and in your face. Envelope-pushing rocker Justin Pearson of The Locust teams up with Nathan Joyner from Some Girls and Jung Sing of the Mexican laser-punk band Maniqui Lazer, to produce the loud, chaotic dance pa...

  • 11 years ago | Concert Review

    It was a rollercoaster of emotions at the Rhythm Room last night for the Atlas Sound/ Broadcast show, which was fitting considering the State Fair is on its way out this weekend. While this show, priced at $15, was probably cheaper ...

  • 11 years ago | Concert Review

    In my nearly five years here in Arizona, I have probably seen Tucson's Golden Boots about 10-15 times. I've had the pleasure and fortune of playing with and booking shows for them; getting to know them a little bit in the process. However, at the ...

  • 11 years ago | Concert Review

    Although the Vivian Girls and Wavves don't come from the same coasts, their melodic surf pop music and close ties to Brooklyn-based label Woodsist/ Fuck-it Tapes can easily clump them together. For Those Darlins however, it's their nitty-gritty so...

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