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Why Mouse Powell Keeps It Local

3 years ago by Jason Keil
His new album taps some of Phoenix's best-known musicians.
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Mouse Powell Wants to Make You Say “Yeeeeah!”

3 years ago by Henri Benard
In this Pound for the Sound, we talk with Mouse Powell about his Fender Rhodes and Lil Jon references.
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Mouse Powell on Where It's Cloudy and Brad B

9 years ago by Samuel Levy
It's been a good year for Mouse Powell. The Tempe-based rapper's late-fall release Where It's Cloudy made big waves, landing on music editor Jason P. Woodbury's Top Local Releases of the year list, and Powell finished out the year performing with The Grouch and Eli. The record signs a deserved...
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Mouse Powell, Dengue Fever, They Might Be Giants, and More in This Week's Issue

9 years ago by Jason P. Woodbury
In this week's issue, we take a look at the rise of Phoenix rapper Mouse Powell. He's new on the scene, only releasing his debut full-length Where It's Cloudy late last November, but he's quickly made a mark on the scene. This weekend he brings his laidback, jazzy sound to...
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Rapper Mouse Powell on an AZ Hip-Hop Education

9 years ago by Anthony Sandoval
Before digital music players were ubiquitous pieces of art capable of housing thousands of songs, pictures, and videos, they were bulky, expensive, and limited pieces of plastic. Then 2001 happened. That year, Apple introduced the first iPod and the digital jukebox iTunes, and everything changed. Since then, MP3 players have...
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Mouse Powell Releases New Video Ahead of 4/20 Music Festival

8 years ago by Anthony Sandoval
It's hard to believe that it's been 17 months since the release of rapper Mouse Powell's outstanding debut, Where It's Cloudy. The Tempe-based artist has kept busy during that time, notching several tours on his belt and becoming the house hype-man at the Valley's renowned weekly hip-hop night, Blunt Club...
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DJ Dn3 and Rappers Random, Mouse Powell, and Mr. Miranda Celebrate Election Day

8 years ago by Anthony Sandoval
Well folks, this is it. Election day is here and that means one thing: regardless of how you vote today, campaign season is over. Uncoincidentally, local hip-hoppers Random a.k.a Mega Ran, Mouse Powell, Mr. Miranda and DJ DN3, wrapped up their campaign tour a few weeks ago and as a...
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Random, Mr. Miranda, and Mouse Powell: Phoenix Hip-Hop Trio Announce West Coast Tour

8 years ago by Anthony Sandoval
Phoenix rappers Mr. Miranda and Random a.k.a Mega Ran proved to be a formidable tandem when they teamed up to form the powerful hip-hop duo, Mirandom late last year. The two are currently working towards bringing new music regularly with weekly installments of Mirandom Mondays, and now fellow emcee Mighty...
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The Insects, Mouse Powell and Afro Classics Wrap Up SxSW Tour Tonight at Hidden House

9 years ago by Anthony Sandoval
Our local music acts make one helluva trip come SxSW time. Aside from the drive to Austin itself, many of the musicians take the opportunity to spread their sounds along the southwest with various gigs along the way. Then of course there's the actual music festival. Although March 18 marks...
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Mouse Powell Will Make You Dinner (If You Help Fund His New Album)

7 years ago by Anthony Sandoval
How much money would you be willing to spend to get a mouse into your kitchen? Until Friday, August 23, $75 not only will net you a private preview of Mouse Powell's newest album, These Are the Good Times, but the Tempe-based rapper will come into your home and prepare...
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