Gold and Bold

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.

 

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Music events to check out this week

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

Feeling Groovy

Canadian singer, musician and songwriter Devin Townsend is arguably the living, breathing definition of a cult figure.

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Places to rock in Tucson this week.

Know Your Product: Johnathan Rice

In the 14 years since releasing his debut studio album, Scottish-American songwriter Johnathan Rice has kept busy.

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.

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Where to rock in Tucson this week

Know Your Product: Adam Townsend

From how upbeat Adam Townsend's music initially sounds, you might underestimate the emotional depths it can reach. Catch his show at Club Congress Friday, June 7.

Little Stories, Big Sounds

Fusing elements of soul, funk and pop, Tucson's recent favorite hard-to-classify band are putting the finishing touches on their debut album.

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Where to rock in Tucson this week.

Know Your Product: Mystic Braves

Mystic Braves have moved away from summery, psychedelic garage rock into more fine-tuned psych pop, but they still leave room on their albums to occasionally blow out speakers and guitars in whirling kaleidoscopes.

Sneak Peek: Fox Theatre

A sneak peek at what you can see at the Fox Theatre

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Where to rock in Tucson this week

Know Your Product: Black Mountain

Since forming over a decade ago, Canadian rockers Black Mountain have shifted genre multiple times, but always maintained a sense of adventure.

The Tucson Trilogy

Lando Chill’s latest album looks out to a bigger world as he moves on to LA

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Where to rock in Tucson this week

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