Coffin Rehearsal

Coffin Rehearsal

A Minnesota winter, an acoustic guitar and a piano do not form the typical setting to create a groundbreaking hip-hop album.

Know Your Product

There must be something in that hostile northern air that makes Minneapolis churn out so many great rappers, and the duo in Four Fists is no exception.

Revolution Solutions

Thievery Corporation remains dedicated to embedding political messages in EDM music

Teach Your Children

Graham Nash brings an evening of songs and stories to the Fox Theatre

A River of Roses

In the early '80s, Gene Ruley left his hometown of New Orleans to go to college in Tucson.


Great shows to keep you up late this week.

Love as Part of the Whole

In a single released earlier this year, singer Johnathan Celestin explains, "guiding lights can be a shine in the dark."

The Best Things in Life

After 14 years as a band, Lake Street Dive has experienced a variety of crossroads and a series of milestones.

Whirling through Culture

As a teenager, Geoffrey Lyons left his small town in Nova Scotia to wander the Himalayas. He renunciated his former life and became enthralled with Sufism, a mystic school of Islam.

Know Your Product

Catch the Seldom Scene at 6 p.m. Friday, Sept. 14, at 191 Toole, 191 Toole Ave. $28-30.

Men in Black

Goth music provided a teenage existence that John Darnielle and Peter Hughes both experienced, long before they'd meet up and become bandmates.

Know Your Product

Check out Acorn Bcorn, alongside many other talented women at the Chick Magnet art, poetry and music fest at 191 Toole. 6:30 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 8.

Know Your Product

Catch Cement Shoes performing with Badflower at The Rock. Doors open at 6:30 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 2. All ages.

New Vision Drives HOCO Fest

The 2018 HOCO Fest, a five-day bash downtown, expands on the formula introduced last year, with a new spin

HOCO Highlights

Our music writers round up some of the best shows at Hotel Congress’ Labor Day music fest

HOCO Fest Calendar

Where and when to catch all of the shows of HOCO Fest


The Range

GIVEAWAY: Win VIP Tickets to See A Perfect Circle!

Four Great Things to Do in Tucson Today: Thursday, Nov. 14

Celebrate Fall at the Harvest Festival in the Literacy Garden

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