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Weekend music

Introducing Moontrax: Clarissa explains all about new Tucson trio

New trio Moontrax features members of Diluvio and the late, great band Pipelights. Plus: Electric Witchery, the Unday, TusCon, weekly listings and more in your TucsonSentinel.com music roundup. ... Read more»0

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Jesse Sensibar documents loss along the highway in new book

Flagstaff author Jesse Sensibar knows the bittersweet reverence and reflection inspired by roadside shrines. In his new book "Blood In The Asphalt: Prayers From The Highway," he muses on a few such sites, in dispatches that are equal parts poetry, slightly macabre travelogue and impressionistic memoir. ... Read more»0

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The Nights who say N.O.L.F. (Night of the Living Fest VI)

A guide to this year's Night of the Living Fest, new releases from Roman Barten-Sherman and Birds & Arrows, this week's live music listings and more in your TucsonSentinel.com music roundup. ... Read more»0

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Local bands will wake the dead for Halloween

Longtime local favorites the Pork Torta, Spacefish and the Besmirchers rock your Halloween this year, plus local music news, gig listings and more in your TucsonSentinel.com weekend roundup. ... Read more»0

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New release radar: Tucson bands drop retro-sounding recordings

Locals Asian Fred, Leigh Lesho and Marshal Man look back to the future with retro-influenced modern pop, folk and indie releases, plus weekly show listings and more in your TucsonSentinel.com music roundup. ... Read more»0

Weekend music: Axing nostalgic part deux

Axing nostalgic continues, remembering Howard Garland, a night with Neil & Amanda, memories of John & Yoko, Downtown music festivals and more in your TucsonSentinel.com music roundup.... Read more»0

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Axing nostalgic: Tucson musicians gear up

Tucson musicians talk instruments and gear, some for the first time. Plus, paying tribute to Gene Ruley at Club Congress, a look back at Wax Trax and this week's local gig listings.... Read more»0

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Up the punks! Stripped-down swagger from Tucson's TWGS

Local band TWGS revives late '70s Bowery punk brilliance, plus: District Eatz returns...for real this time, Oktoberfest in September, and more in your TucsonSentinel.com music roundup. ... Read more»0

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Rough Draft polishes act, District gets down to business

Youthful band Rough Draft takes up the mantle of wide-eyed teens making fabulous noise, District eatz set to (re)open, rocking the vote at Club Congress and JJP answers your burning questions about how to get your show on our radar. Plus, this week's local listings in your TucsonSentinel.com music roundup.... Read more»0

This week in local music: District delays & funky farewells

Farewell to the Funky Brunch, local record store news, a new wave film classic, freaking out with the Satellite Freakout and more in your TucsonSentinel.com music roundup. ... Read more»0

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Tucson's Chick Magnet calls 'femmes to the front' at gigs

Local arts, music and live performance festival Chick Magnet calls "femmes to the front," Ladytowne returns to Club Congress, June West's debut, moshing for mental health, a killer lineup at Cans, Unscrewed's opening and more in this week's TucsonSentinel.com music roundup.... Read more»0

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Introducing the Frecks; The nice guys of Big Mean; Remembering Gene Ruley

Introducing the Frecks, plus the nice guys of Big Mean, Kevin C. lays down the low end, remembering one of Tucson's finest musicians, along with a special visit by a punk pioneer and this week's local listings in your TucsonSentinel.com music roundup. ... Read more»0

Low-key legend: Remembering guitarist Gene Ruley

Tucson mourns the passing of guitarist and friend to many Gene Ruley. Over the years, his influence on our local music scene and signature style of low-key guitar prowess were the stuff local legends are made of.... Read more»0

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The dreamy, anthemic indie rock of Tucson's Rival Shapes

The structured, nuanced indie rock of Tucson's Rival Shapes, plus: Hoco Fest returns, Scott Yoder, Carbon Canyon, Lenguas Largas and more in your TucsonSentinel.com music roundup.... Read more»0

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The good vibes of Tucson's Big Bad

Tucson band Big Bad is a jam among best friends who happen to be great musicians, plus: a ton of fun events this weekend, two late '80s icons with very different fan bases, and more in your TucsonSentinel.com music roundup.... Read more»0

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Local release roundup; plus drummer-of-all-trades Daniel Thomas

A trio of new Tucson records, Return of The Mermaids, Poster Children, and an interview with one of Tucson's hardest-working musicians: drummer Daniel Thomas. Plus, your TucsonSentinel.com weekend music listings.... Read more»0

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