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  • Sonoran Soul: Carlos Arzate

    On Got Me Wrong, Carlos Arzate explores struggle with melody
      The folk, soul, country and blues styles that inhabit Got Me Wrong are a stark contrast from the heavy, intense rock music Arzate sang for years in American Android. But the songs that came when Arzate turned his focus to his own music sprung from a deeper well.
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  • Living Live: ON AN ON

    ON AND ON follow-up album an emotional journey that feels good live
      On one side, there's the easy path, the comfort zone, the formula. The other side is uncertainty, exploration and a bit of fear
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  • 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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  • Blue Horizons: Eddy "The Chief" Clearwater

    After 65 years of playing the blues, Eddy “The Chief” Clearwater looks to a new generation to keep the genre alive
      But it was a fateful letter from an uncle who'd moved up to Chicago that changed Clearwater's life by leading him to the city's blues clubs.
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  • Rattus Norvegicus 

    Patsy Gelb on bird love, rock ’n’ roll, Portlandia and starpower DNA
      "Conceived on tour, on the road to Berlin. Eagle spirit adorned in Lake Tahoe during our wedding ceremony," says papa Howe Gelb of daughter Patsy, songwriting frontwoman of glammy power-poppers Patsy's Rats.
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  • Know Your Product

    Stars Pick Their Top Five! This Week: Negative Approach
      We spoke to frontman John Brannon about the five albums that shaped him.
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  • Wasted Youth: Gooch Palms

    Getting “shitty” and dropping trou’ with Australia’s Gooch Palms
      Even with such a goofy name, the Gooch Palms are taking their lo-fi, self-described 'shit pop' very seriously.
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  • Senior Sound: Junior Boys

    Junior Boys explore new influences via collaboration
      Taking a few detours into solo work, producing and collaborations, Jeremy Greenspan and Matt Didemus of Junior Boys found themselves reinvigorated when it came time to make a new record
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  • 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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  • Sweet Escape: Fort Worth

    Wasted youth or not, Fort Worth ups the punk a decade in with a new album
      It takes rock 'n' roll lifers to make a punk anthem out of the maxim that youth is wasted on the young.
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  • Chastity Belt: Secure in Seattle

    Chastity Belt has locked down its pop-punk sound

      Chastity Belt knew they were onto something when the music they began playing for drunken college students could impress an entirely different audience.

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  • Vintage Vinyl Tucson

    This week: The Spiders 'Don’t Blow Your Mind' b/w 'No Price Tag'
      This record has a really bad mix. Detail: the bass is way too loud and midrangy, the drums are too loud and sound like someone pounding on a cardboard box with a mallet during the lead solo, which is practically drowned out.
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