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  • Noise Annoys
  • Noise Annoys

    Levine gets steamed, yells at Facebook
      I’m scrolling through Facebook’s events page, as I do. It’s a neat little time killer.
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  • Know Your Product
  • Know Your Product

    Stars Pick Their Top Five! This Week: Dave Lombardo of Suicidal Tendencies
      Dave Lombardo’s a badass. People rarely say that of drummers, unless it’s Buddy Miles or Randy Castillo or Keith Moon or Al Jackson Jr.
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  • Teen Dreaming
  • Teen Dreaming

    Jimmy Eat World on aging gracefully and the integrity of the human blues
      Over the 24 years since forming, Mesa band Jimmy Eat World has evolved from cult emo kids on the pop-punk circuit, to a group of It kids capable of writing some of the finest anthems in contemporary rock ‘n’ roll.
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  • Planes of Existence: Karima Walker
  • Planes of Existence: Karima Walker

    Karima Walker infuses folk traditions with surrealism on Hands in Our Names
      "There were about two years where I was really dissatisfied with what I was doing. I kept writing songs like I had always been writing," she says. "I rejected that for a little while and was down on it. I feel more okay with that part of my creative process now...I didn't want to deny my history in a way."
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  • Noise Annoys
  • Noise Annoys

    Total musical anarchy in Tucson, 2017
      As we enter officially into the death throes of the 2010s, the trail of musical carnage we leave behind is such that, if this were a real life war, the losses and casualties would be too great to understand the original aim of the conflict.
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  • Know Your Product
  • Know Your Product

    Stars Pick Their Top 5! This Week: The Coathangers
      Atlanta punk band The Coathangers might have formed as a joke for a local house party, but the level of cult success they're enjoying internationally is certainly nothing to scoff.
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  • Vintage Vinyl
  • Vintage Vinyl

    This week: The Bassmen “The Last Laugh”/“Come On Home” Gallantry, 1965
      Tucson had a very active music scene in the 1960s.
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  • Fest Freak!
  • Fest Freak!

    A no-hyperbole weekend of mad sonics, from Burger Records to Reigning Sound
      The Night of the Living festival is a "celebration of the weird," built around bands that either don't play Tucson frequently, if at all, or those with roots here.
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  • Record Time: Vince Staples
  • Record Time: Vince Staples

    Rapper Vince Staples demonstrates the importance of the LP
      At some point in the mid-2010s, discussion about the album as a cohesive statement took a turn toward fatalistic: the emergence of streaming services like Spotify, Pandora and YouTube forecasting a future of infinite playlists drawn from infinite sources.
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  • Press Darling
  • Press Darling

    Adam Ant talks comebacks and the pratfalls of performing a 37-year-old classic
      At 62, Stuart Leslie Goddard, is pretty spry for an old white guy.
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