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MegaRan, Unknown Mortal Orchestra, blink-182, and More in This Week's Issue

You'll find this week's issue wrapped up in our annual Best of Phoenix special. This week, Chris Hassiotis takes us into the world of teacher-turned-rapper MegaRan, who is taking the world of nerd-rap by storm. We've also got short features on blink-182, and Unknown Mortal Orchestra, who are scheduled to help break in new venue Crescent Ballroom, and show previews about Viva Voce, Blondie, The Zombies, ZZ Top, Incubus, and Sophie Gunn.

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