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The Rifle

The Tucson Sounds column has entered its "terrible twos" and your trusty local music scribe is going to bring you up to date on the status of the bands and venues we've covered in the last 24 months. Plus, some new stuff. Read more»

The Rifle en route to a Southern California gig

Get to know Sauced Up! Plus, new music from the Rifle, a video release from Katie Haverly and friends, music news, weekly listings and more in your TucsonSentinel.com music roundup. Read more»

The Frecks

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»

The Elegant Rabies

The post-punk elegies of Tucson band Elegant Rabies, plus Yacht Rock, the return of Weezy, a tip of a hat to a certain Mr. Kevin and more in your TucsonSentinel.com weekend music roundup. Read more»

Gabi Montoya, John Read and John Matzek of Juju Fontaine

As spring rolls in and bands make their way to and from town as part of the SXSW touring circuit, our local music heroes are beginning to emerge from hibernation and hit stages (and record store shelves) once more. Luckily, your intrepid local weekly music columnist is on the case. Read more»

"Best of" lists are ridiculously subjective. But I made one anyway. Plus, 2018 in local music and this week's live gig listings. It's your weekend roundup from Tucson Sentinel.com! Read more»

Leila Lopez

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»

The Rifle

Tucson band The Rifle is bigger on the inside. If you were to meet the trio before hearing them, you'd expect a far more stripped-down sound than the epic soundscape of the band's first full-length release, "Anabasis." Plus, The Sinners and more in weekend music. Read more»