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Live: Floating Action and Golden Boots


Floating Action and Golden Boots at Club Congress, Monday, June 17 Floating Action’s Wikipedia entry runs all of six sentences. Golden Boots’ is nonexistent. These are, in short, word-of-mouth bands, yet they’re both the type that you don’t let go of, those favorites that exist in a distinctly personal way and are also delights to […]

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Live: Father John Misty


The showmanship that Josh Tillman brings to the stage – a sort of psychedelic shaman lounge-act – elevates his witty, catchy songs to a new level.

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Live: Justin Townes Earle and Caitlin Rose


When finding his own voice meant turning his back on country music – at least a bit – the blues and soul that rushed in to fill the void became the foundation for Justin Townes Earle’s artistic growth.

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Live: Modest Mouse


Modest Mouse stuck a brand-new song into the heart of Saturday night’s set (premiered the previous night at Coachella) that offers fans that same magnetic pull of excitement as their best work.

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Live: Festival en el Barrio


You’d expect plenty of horns and rhythm at this distinctly Tucson festival.

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Live: Josh Ritter


Once Josh Ritter has your attention, there’s no turning away.

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Live: Dwight Yoakam


Beyond just aging well, Yoakam’s signature hillbilly rock has become timeless and his band simply killed it, reaching a fever pitch on the encore.

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The Great Cover Up, Dec. 15

Great Cover Up

The achievement of the Cover-Up is in its organization and execution as much as the performances. And the musical feast is so expansive and so pleasing that it’s impossible to encapsulate.

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Metric, Marquee Theatre, 10/10/12


The moment the word “escape” crossed Emily Haines’ lips, it’s hard to go back.

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The Shins, Washed Out, Sad Baby Wolf; Rialto Theatre, Wednesday, Oct. 3


If The Shins had burst on the scene with this 2012 incarnation, the band might have been described as the new American Radiohead, rather than the little indie band that could (change your life).

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