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February 14, 2011
From the Archives: Vintage Photos of Zia Records Over the Years
Subtronics and Green Velvet at Rawhide Was Socially Distanced EDM Fun
Bass Race Brought a Drive-In EDM Rager to the Celebrity Theatre
Tool Leans Heavily on New Material at Latest Phoenix Show
130 E. Washington St., Phoenix
What were you doing this time last week? If it wasn't waiting for the Tool show to start, check out our slideshow.…
By Jim Louvau
Electronic dance music fans cruised over to the Celebrity Theatre on Saturday, February 27, and Sunday, February 28, for the Bass Race…
By Benjamin Leatherman
Local electronic dance music promoter Relentless Beats wrapped up its series of socially distanced weekend concerts at Rawhide Event Center in Chandler with…
When Arizona's Zia Records launched in 1980, founder Brad Singer wanted the store to serve as a music hub. It did just…
Vinyl fans across the Valley still got to enjoy a socially distanced Record Store Day at their favorite shops. RSD is happening…
By Jacob Tyler Dunn
All over metro Phoenix, artists are creating music-themed work. Here's a sampling of music art spotted around town — including portraits of…
By Lynn Trimble
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