Cheer in a Handful of Dust

Cheer in a Handful of Dust

When the residents of Arcosanti pour molten bronze to craft their bells, they place pennies next to the matrix.

 

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This week in music.

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Justin Ringle possesses a kind of sadness and vulnerability in his voice common to folk music.

Their Way

The members of Scottish indie pop band the Trashcan Sinatras could never have imagined when they formed in 1986 that they'd still be kicking it 32 years later.

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What's coming down the music pipeline in the next week.

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There are two big words that come to mind when listening to Tucson’s own La Cerca: Tone color.

A Lotta Bit of Hope in the Distance

Jivin Scientists dish out beats that are equal parts mellow and dynamic, and load them with philosophical, open-hearted hip-hop.

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The music you need to know for this week.

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Janelle Loes is hopping down from her hometown of Phoenix to tell her stories, folk songs with a country tinge.

Cumbia Confab

Situated in the midst of the Agave Heritage Festival, El Tambó is a smaller, independent festival with enough fanfare to rival its subsumer.

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All the music love this week.

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Since the early 2000s, Golden BooTs have blasted their indie/country vibes into the Tucson heat.

Turn On, Tune In…

Grab your oil wheels, LAVA lamps and "Have a nice day" T-shirts, because the Psych-Out! music festival is truckin' on through Tucson.

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The music world for the coming week

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Prof fuses the self-conscious hilarity of the Beastie Boys with modern rap aggression.

Gutt Check

It's a sweet gig for Jeff Gutt, who now gets to tour the world with musicians that he admires immensely, performing for adoring fans.

Addictive Sound

Music has taken The War on Drugs to far-flung places like Singapore, Melbourne and Paris.

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Where to be and what to hear this coming week.

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Ryley Walker is an amalgamation of about every big name from the ’60s/’70s chamber folk, jazz rock and rustic singer/songwriter scene, but creates something new.

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