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Weekend music

Tucson sounds: Carbon Canyon's perfect score

Carbon Canyon's surreal, rhythmic soundtracks; plus: Anchorbaby comes to life; mourning Plushcatcher one more time; and more, in your TucsonSentinel.com local music roundup. ... Read more»

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Tucson sounds: Adam Townsend's desert-bred blue-eyed soul

Adam Townsend's desert-bred blue-eyed soul; seasoned bands find new fans at a pair of Downtown shows; Rock for Paws celebrates Sir Paul; a rock and roll battle at the Screening Room; tour news and more in your TucsonSentinel.com weekend music update.... Read more»

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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»

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The gorgeous sonic tsunami that is Lenguas Largas

Tucson's Lenguas Largas is a loud, dynamic psych/hardcore punk/melodic punk/garage/lofi/indie/fusion/border rock/so-many-other-things band whose waves of percussive fuzzy rhythmic noise sometimes visibly radiate off a stage. Plus, Saint Patrick's Day preview, badass lady rock and more in your TucsonSentinel.com weekend music roundup.... Read more»

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Best Of Beef 2017 & Return of the Night of the Living Fest

In which noted local punk scene cynic Mark Beef says a bunch of nice things about Tucson folks while probably still managing to offend someone — we all embrace the yearly Return Of The Night Of The Living Fest! And more in your weekend music roundup.... Read more»

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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»

Tucson music: Let's get into trouble

While Tucson's music landscape is as rich, vast and rife with possibility as the city itself, fans of local acts — the best of which stand up to any act in any locale you care to name — have seen coverage of it shrinking at an alarming rate recently. With this new column, TucsonSentinel.com is your solid source for serious coverage of our weird and wonderful homegrown monster of a music scene. ... Read more»

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Friki Tiki festival hits 4th Ave. on Friday

Friki Tiki is a three-day event featuring group rides, meetups and a six band bill Saturday at The Hut. It's time to embrace your inner 60s mod, freak or beatnik.... Read more»

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Weekend entertainment forecast

Cloudy, with a shower of 90s: This weekend's best non-Warhol arts events. While most Tucsonans will be at either the rodeo or the host of Warhol events this weekend, the Sentinel offers you these alternatives. ... Read more»