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Weekend music

Revenge of the art rock bands: Switch Affect and Everyone Is Dirty

In a world of neopsych and retro garage bands, it's time for some neo-Bowies and Enos: Tucson-connected Switch Affect and Bowie acolytes Everyone is Dirty. Plus more local listings in your weekly TucsonSentinel.com music roundup. ... Read more»

Az officials tight-lipped about security plans for upcoming events

Officials and organizers for some of Arizona’s largest event venues said security is always a priority, and they’re working to take precautions.... Read more»

Weekend music

A different classic rock: Half-Broke Town transcends musical genres

An interview with the fabulously eclectic Half-Broke Town, plus one last rock and roll summer party and more in your TucsonSentinel.com weekend music roundup.... Read more»

Weekend music

Leila Lopez gets under your skin

Tucson musician Leila Lopez on over a decade in Tucson's live music scene, plus Bryan Thomas Parker faces the edge of revolution on his newest release. It's your TucsonSentinel.com weekend music roundup.... Read more»

Theatre review

Coupling & grieving: Neil Simon’s 'Chapter Two' at ATC

“Chapter Two” is not, to my mind, among the best of Neil Simon's plays, but it deserves a better realization than this, especially from an accomplished regional theatre with so many resources and from a director so intimately connected to the play and the playwright. ... Read more»

Weekend music

Station to station: Downtown Radio dials in 2nd birthday

In which Downtown Radio turns two years old, album "hatching" season begins for local bands and Tucson is invaded by a plethora of touring acts. All this and more in your TucsonSentinel.com local weekend music roundup. ... Read more»

Weekend music

Singer Natalie Pohanic wants to make your day better

"Songwriting is different every time," said Natalie Pohanic. The Tucsonan started writing and recording songs at the tender age of two and never lost the bug. Plus, West Foot Forward is coming to town and a weekend full of festivals in your TucsonSentinel.com weekend music roundup. ... Read more»

Weekend music

They're no wallflowers: Bruja and the Coyote and Wallpaper Prison

Two local acts — Bruja and The Coyote and Wallpaper Prison — are ready to head to the studio, indie hip hop artist Grieves explains how to survive being courted by a major label, HoCoFest rides again and the return of the Melvins, and more in your TucsonSentinel.com weekend music roundup!... Read more»

Weekend music

They’ve got the hots for Charlie Watts: Hanging with the Exbats

An interview with bubblegum sweet and streetwise punk duo the Exbats, plus Lenguas Largas, remembering Bob Spasm and more in your TucsonSentinel.com weekend music round up.... Read more»

Weekend music

Melody, dynamics & power: What's so great about Free Machines

Matt Rendon, proprietor of Midtown Island Studios, hears a lot of local bands. So when he really likes a group, it's worth taking note. That's why it's a pretty big deal that Free Machines is putting out their newest release, "Too Bright For The Night" on Midtown Island Records. Plus, more weekend music.... Read more»

Weekend music

Ocean of noise: Surfbroads and Return of the Mermaids

A wave of sound will wash over Tucson this weekend, with live performances including The Surfbroads, Chick Magnet, more Resonars, Casey Golden, Hank Topless, Lucifer The Cat and the Return of the Mermaids.... Read more»

The hardest working men in Tucson show business

You might not know their names, but odds are pretty good that you recognize some of these faces, at least if you're a regular at Tucson live music venues. This week, this column shines a spotlight on some of Tucson's hardest working bassists and drummers. ... Read more»1

Weekend music

Juju Fontaine: Young band, old souls

The interplay between guitar, rhythm and vocals in local band Juju Montaine has a charged and fluid call and response that owes much to Jeff Buckley, Van Morrison and improvisational jazz. Plus, a Bisbee road trip, a burlesque battle and the return of return of the Resonars in weekend music.... Read more»

State Dep't cautions travelers about tainted liquor in Mexico

In the wake of investigative reports about illnesses and a death possibly connected to adulterated alcohol at Mexican resorts, the U.S. State Department updated its travel alerts to caution tourists to drink in moderation and "stop and seek medical attention if you begin to feel ill."... Read more»

Weekend music

Shit Knife cuts through respectable rock conventions

Tucson band Shit Knife plays the kind of loud, fast, edgy smart post-punk, garage-fueled rock and roll like you used to love in high school, tempered with the wisdom of jaded adulthood. Plus, Live Rhythm Roulette, a chance to out your inner prog rock fan and more in this week's weekend music roundup.... Read more»

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