Gabriel Naim Amor is originally from Paris, but visited Tucson in the ’90s and fell in love with the culture and landscape.
Musical happenings this week, with a spotlight on The Great Cover-Up
Local singer/songwriter Katie Haverly has been called a “jazzy mystic,” which is an odd but somehow accurate turn of phrase.
The Great Cover Up is an (semi-)annual event where dozens of local Tucson bands join forces to cover some of the biggest names in music.
Xavier previews new shows, albums and other music happenings.
This week, Sleeping with Sirens hit The Rock, so we spoke with drummer Gabe Barham about the five albums that changed his life.
A Groggy Voice answers the phone with a gravelly “Hello.”
The similarities between Oklahma City trio Skating Polly and the riot grrrl bands of the '90s are pretty stark.
"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."
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.
Flobots stop off in Tucson for a show at Club Congress, so we chatted with them about the five albums that changed their lives.
How could an unknown artist hit No. 1 in a specific market, but nowhere else?
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.
Orchestral arrangements and lush harmonies help push the indie rock of Oregon band The Cabin Project out of the mundane
Having two distinctly different sounds was never a plan for Deer Tick.
Denver indie-pop outfit Tennis is composed of husband-and-wife duo Alaina Moore and Patrick Riley.
"As far as I'm concerned, we were the best band in Tucson," said Gerorge "Taco" Miraval, bassist of the Five of Us.
The glorious dichotomy to The Devil Makes Three is that the music is a seamless combination soaked in rootsy authenticity.
The son of singer-songwriters Jim and Ingrid Croce, A.J. Croce is clearly a chip off the old blocks.