Loose Tongues

Loose Tongues

"To be truly happy, at least with yourself, you have to be able to look in the mirror, and on most days, be able to fall a little bit in love."

 

Strip Search

The career trajectory of Tucson rock ’n’ rollers the Gaza Strip is all but aping the mood of the nation, and that’s no coincidence.

Know Your Product

Flobots stop off in Tucson for a show at Club Congress, so we chatted with them about the five albums that changed their lives.

Vintage Vinyl

How could an unknown artist hit No. 1 in a specific market, but nowhere else?

Native Tongue

Before speaking with experimental electronic musician Elysia Crampton, she sent us an email briefing us about certain facets of her identity, so that there wouldn't be any awkwardness.

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Orchestral arrangements and lush harmonies help push the indie rock of Oregon band The Cabin Project out of the mundane

Both Sides Now

Having two distinctly different sounds was never a plan for Deer Tick.

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Denver indie-pop outfit Tennis is composed of husband-and-wife duo Alaina Moore and Patrick Riley.

Vintage Vinyl

"As far as I'm concerned, we were the best band in Tucson," said Gerorge "Taco" Miraval, bassist of the Five of Us.

Satanic Majesty

The glorious dichotomy to The Devil Makes Three is that the music is a seamless combination soaked in rootsy authenticity.

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The son of singer-songwriters Jim and Ingrid Croce, A.J. Croce is clearly a chip off the old blocks.

Arcane Soundscapes

Thirty-year-old Tucson electronic producer Altrice moves gazelle-like through the pulsing field of instrumentals and drinkers gathered at R Bar

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Philadelphia post-hard core band Rosetta is justifiably proud of the fact

Vintage Vinyl

Here's a record with both Tucson and Phoenix ties.

A Trifle Too Satanic

Nothing annoys a diehard Rolling Stones fan more than telling them this is the band at their most adventurous and dangerous.

Sweet Judy Blue Eyes

At 78, Colorado folk icon Judy Collins is more spry, vibrant and generally full of life than many people

Know Your Product

When you see the list of influences cited by Wolves in the Throne Room, you know you're in for something special.

Razor Harp

Get a taste of East Coast blues from the experts at Tucson Meet Yourself downtown this weekend

Raptor's Spirit

The bad-boy singer of Eagles of Death Metal has a simple motto: "Stay horny, keep it light, never let the bad guys win."

Vintage Vinyl

Vintage Vinyl Tucson Holy Grail Alert!

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  • Re: Strip Search

    • Wow, fantastic article! CONGRATULATIONS Gaza Strip and thank you Weekly for recognizing a long standing…

    • on November 23, 2017
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    • Two words: Jerry Riopelle.

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    • Such a wonderful show! And he and the band played their hearts out giving us…

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