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  • B-Sides: DJ Nathaniel Knows
  • B-Sides: DJ Nathaniel Knows

    THE D IN EDM
      Sometimes, you just want to dance. I get it. Why not indulge your baser instincts and get down to some sick electro bass beats when DJ Nathaniel Knows takes over the Rialto Theatre (318 E. Congress St.) for a special dance party.
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  • B-Sides: Dogbreth
  • B-Sides: Dogbreth

    WHAT'S UP, DOG?
      Phoenix's Dogbreth is taking that arduous hour and a half trek down south to give the Old Pueblo a taste of their sunny, fun-loving style of punk.
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  • B-Sides: Dutch Holly
  • B-Sides: Dutch Holly

    Desert Mountain Folk
      Jen Juniper and Tres Ikner craft tunes that fit somewhere between Fleet Foxes and Jon Brion, adding sultry electronic flourishes to the bones of a harmonized vocal duet—their website pins it as "psychadellic indie folktronica,"
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  • B-Sides: False North
  • B-Sides: False North

    NORTH BY SOUTHWEST
      Taking inspiration from now-nostalgic bands like The Strokes and the Arctic Monkeys, Flagstaff's False North offer up tunes that feel familiar on their debut release.
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  • B-Sides: Futuristic
  • B-Sides: Futuristic

    GETTING GREAT
      While Tucson's hip-hop scene continues to rise, our neighbors to the north have their own ace in the hole in rapper transplant Futuristic.
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  • B-Sides: Guantanamo Baywatch
  • B-Sides: Guantanamo Baywatch

    Down by the bay

      Take a trip to a seaside town and dive into the ocean. Once there, make some friends with some sea creatures and you'll understand the general aural aesthetic that Guantanamo Baywatch has accomplished on its most recent album Darling...It's Too Late.

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  • B-Sides: Hank Williams
  • B-Sides: Hank Williams

    COFFEE TONK
      Tucson's very own celebration of country and western's glory days is back at Exo Roast Co.
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  • B-Sides: Happy Diving
  • B-Sides: Happy Diving

    POSITIVE FEEDBACK
      Screeching, fuzzy, distorted and moody as hell, Oakland's Happy Diving offers a whole lot of attitude on their newest LP Electric Soul Unity.
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  • B-Sides: Harrison Fjord
  • B-Sides: Harrison Fjord

    VALLEY AND PUEBLO
      If you haven't been keeping up with the Phoenix music scene lately, this week you have a chance to see three of the Valley's top acts live in Tucson at two different concerts at Club Congress.
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  • B-Sides: Hello, Summer
  • B-Sides: Hello, Summer

    HEAT WAVE
      Kicking off the season, you can catch local hip hop artists Jae Tilt and Lando Chill, alongside Tucson bands The Rifle and Whispering Wires on Saturday
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  • B-Sides: Hippie Sabotage
  • B-Sides: Hippie Sabotage

    REMIX REEXISTENCE
      Pegged as "two brothers who make music," Hippie Sabotage is likely responsible for some of your favorite pop to dance re-imaginings in recent memory.
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  • B-Sides: Ian Moore
  • B-Sides: Ian Moore

    MOORE MUSIC
      You don't have to do the whole Dillinger Days thing again this year to have a good time this weekend at Hotel Congress.
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  • B-Sides: J Boog
  • B-Sides: J Boog

    Islad Vibes
      I bet you're wishing right about now that, instead of sweating in the 100-plus-degree temps hitting Tucson, that you were off in Hawaii. While I can't help you get out of town and off on an island, you can have a mini-mental vacation by heading to the Rialto Theatre on Wednesday, June 10.
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  • B-Sides: Jabee
  • B-Sides: Jabee

    OK IN TUCSON
      Oklahoma City-based underground rapper Jabee has definitely caught the attention of some big names in the game.
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  • B-Sides: Jarabe Mexicano
  • B-Sides: Jarabe Mexicano

    SWEET FUSION
      Jarabe Mexicano, a five-piece group from San Diego and Tijuana, offers up just what their name promises, metaphorically that is.
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  • B-Sides: Jess Williamson
  • B-Sides: Jess Williamson

    PICTURE PERFECT
      Austin-based musician and photographer Jess Williamson will offer up her enchanting voice.
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