Love and regrettes

Love and regrettes

t has undeniably been a huge couple of years for Los Angeles indie-punk band The Regrettes.

Know Your Product: Bellows

Originally the solo recording project of Oliver Kalb, Bellows has now grown into a full band.

You still don’t know me

Gary Wilson is such an enigma, the years he doesn’t make music are just as interesting as the years he does.

Cult Following

Long island band the Blue Öyster Cult have a long and storied history and they are coming to Tucson.

Know Your Product: Purple Spectre

ed by saxophonist Mike Moynihan, the quintet of Purple Spectre aims to “carry the torch of jazz into the 21st century."

Remastering the Tucson Sound

Ever since locals began fusing folk, mariachi, rock and Tejano music onto tapes and vinyl records, that same dust has had the chance to (quite literally) become part of the music.

Know Your Product: La Mera Candelaria

La Mera Candelaria, seeks to bring the sounds of cumbia and son music to whoever will listen (and hopefully dance along).

Gold and Bold

The Seattle metal duo of Jared Warren and Coady Willis entered the 2010s as a “power quartet” with two other members, while also performing with metal legends Melvins.

Know Your Product Cool Funeral

See Cool Funeral perform at the Groundworks Fundraiser show at 191 Toole. With Big Bad, Annie Jump Cannon and Rough Draft.

Sweet Summer Sun

The Weekly asked a few Tucsonans to name their favorite summer jams.

Randy Clamons, RIP

Random Thoughts on a Life Well Lived

Into the Great Wide Open

Immigrating to the United States was just the first step for Salvo and Diego, the two young dreamers at the center of Alejandro Escovedo's expansive, cinematic new album The Crossing.

Listen to Her Heart: Jenny Lewis

On The Line finds Lewis exploring moments and themes that are both big and small, serious and fun, her songwriting voice stronger than ever.

Separate and Together: The Wild Reeds

On Cheers, each of the Wild Reeds' three songwriters became stronger individually, and the band is better for it.

Tichumaren in Tucson: Mdou Moctar

These days, Mdou Moctar travels the world performing his fusion of psychedelic guitar and the music of West Africa. But the first guitar he ever played was made from pieces of wood and the brakes of a bicycle.

Vintage Vinyl

All across America, a huge percentage of the best hidden local gem 45s were cut by teenagers.

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