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  • Tale of Two Cities
  • Tale of Two Cities

    Seattle’s Tacocat talks up the real cost of gentrification, Tucsonans chime in
      "We'd always wanted to write a song about Seattle," recalls singer Emily Nokes.
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  • Vintage Vinyl: The Dearly Beloved
  • Vintage Vinyl: The Dearly Beloved

    The Dearly Beloved “Peep Peep Pop Pop”/”It Is Better
      1966 As the Beloved One’s: Boyd Records BB157; As Dearly Beloveds: Columbia 4-43797 The record was also released on CBS, UK (202398) And CBS Australia (BA-221340)
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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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  • Noise Annoys
  • Noise Annoys

    Levine Rounds up Tucson’s Best Releases of ’16 (PT. 2)
      Culturally and politically 2016 was one of the most explosive and consequential years in recent history.
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  • Know Your Product
  • Know Your Product

    Stars Pick Their Top 5! This week: Tech N9ne
      Kansas City's Tech N9ne is a producer, songwriter, and co-founder of the Strange Music record label.
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  • Collective Subconscious: American Monoxide
  • Collective Subconscious: American Monoxide

    Improvised and responsive, Dimiti Manos finds freedom in American Monoxide
      Warbly and wobbly, built from detuned guitars, busted keyboards and found sounds, the music of American Monoxide has an off-kilter magnetism, steadily strange and catchiest when least expected.
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  • Fully Developed: Lake Street Dive
  • Fully Developed: Lake Street Dive

    Lake Street Dive took a decade to figure out who they are as a band, and who they found is a pop act unlike any other
      As Lake Street Dive releases its major label debut, the band is thankful for all the years it got to exist on its own little island, apart from trends and outside the mainstream eye.
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  • Little Girls Understand
  • Little Girls Understand

    Zeke’s Blind Marky Felchtone on Fatherhood, Carpentry, and the Ferocious Rock ’n’ Roll
      Punk band Zeke formed in Seattle back in '92, around the time the city's music was exploding internationally.
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  • Vintage Vinyl
  • Vintage Vinyl

    The Travelers “Spanish Moon”/”She’s Got the Blues
      The Travelers “Spanish Moon” was released on three different labels, first on guitarist/songwriter Ron Story’s own Yellow Sand Records, then the Southern California-based Princess Records
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  • Local Sound
  • Local Sound

    Tucson’s Cloud Microphones is shaking up the recording industry using handmade 1930s technology and in-state manufacturing
      Cloud began buying up old ribbon microphones to fix and sell once people in the recording industry noticed their ability to give a “warm” or “vintage” tone to digital recordings.
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  • Noise Annoys
  • Noise Annoys

    NOLF and the rise of Lando Chill
      Tucson's fourth annual Night of the Living Fest commences this weekend at 191 Toole.
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  • Butterscotch Cathedral
  • Butterscotch Cathedral

    Matt Rendon weaves 20 years of psych rock experience into his newest project, Butterscotch Cathedral
      Although he's one of the forebears of the Old Pueblo's psych scene and has spent much of the last year making other local acts sound good at his home recording studio Midtown Island, he's also been working on something new and that project, perhaps, is the thing that will make Tucson finally take note.
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  • Wake the Dead: NOLF
  • Wake the Dead: NOLF

    Before the All Souls Procession comes Night of the Living Fest, and this year the bands are bigger and the set-up will be insane
  • New Roots: Houndmouth
  • New Roots: Houndmouth

    Alt-country comparisons abound, but Houndmouth forges their own path
      A listener might not independently divine all of that from a cursory listen to Houndmouth's music, but once you know it, you can sit back and enjoy the stew without trying to pinpoint the ingredients.
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  • Feminine Touch: Chick Magnet
  • Feminine Touch: Chick Magnet

    With Chick Magnet, local artist Lano makes a space for female artistic expression through music, art, tarot and more
      Rather than accepting isolation as a byproduct of her craft, Lano chose to build a community of female artists.
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  • Corridos Migrantes: Vox Urbana
  • Corridos Migrantes: Vox Urbana

    For two years, Vox Urbana’s been working on Cumbia Corridos to tell the stories of immigrants who cross the border
      Once an immigrant crosses the Rio Grande or the massive, unforgiving Sonoran Desert, the smiles and sorrows they carry from their native lands are stripped away.
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  • Good Bloat Days: Bloat Records
  • Good Bloat Days: Bloat Records

    26 years of Tucson’s strange and wonderful Bloat Records
      Bloat Records is like alien abduction. Any rational Earth dweller, in their heart of hearts, knows UFOs have to exist.
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