Live music to watch this week.
What local genres doesn't Tucson have? Latin rock and dusty folk for sure, but if the four-piece band In Lessons is any indication, we definitely have a unique and proficient post-hardcore scene.
Mira Stanley and Chuck Costa met at a music festival.
Great live music shows to watch and listen to this week
Self-described as "heavy pop," it's pretty incredible Sad Baxter is from Nashville and not Seattle.
Late night shows to see this week.
Victoria Legrand, one half of the dream pop duo Beach House, describes her band as not abrasive, but also not soft.
There is no shortage of live music to be seen, listened to and danced to this week.
For as urban, sleek and flashy as Seanloui's music is, you wouldn't expect him to be a Tucson local.
At the center of Tucson’s Trapfest are two DJ/producers who embody the challenges of border living in Trump’s America.
"I've been living in Armory Park too long," he says. "I get out into the desert and it's insane and prickly and fierce."
Live music shows to attend this week
Local Albums You Might Have Missed
A couple of great live shows around town
Live music to dance to this week in Tucson
Back in the late 1970s and early '80s, there were few bands in Britain with a more overt "cool" factor that the Psychedelic Furs.
Eric Schaffer and The Other Troublemakers top 5 favorites
Sweeping out of the desert, the University of Arizona, and the city of Tucson all at the same time is a new band with as many genres as local influences.
Music scene in Tucson this week.
Even if you haven't heard Spindrift's theatrical and Wild Western psychedelic rocking, taking a look at the albums that influenced them should give you a good feel for their varied and colorful style.
Choice picks for music shows this week.