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Tag Archives: Phoenix New Times

The Head and the Heart


As Josiah Johnson of Seattle’s folk-rock sextet The Head and the Heart describes it, the band has evolved from bright and sunny to darker and deeper.

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The Hold Steady

The Hold Steady Danny Clinch

The changes that mark the Teeth Dreams are many.

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The Antlers


Turn the question of what’s familiar around and it becomes an examination of what’s different.

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S Carey


Range of Light begins like the still quiet of a forest morning.

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The Mountain Goats – Twin Inhuman Highway Fiends


The Mountain Goats revisit the past by touring as a stripped-down duo.

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Greg Brown on 40 years of songwriting


Performing, writing, or even living, Greg Brown is at his best when he can settle into a groove.

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Damien Jurado’s Dream


Maraqopa and Brothers and Sisters of the Eternal Son came to the singer-songwriter in a dream.

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The War on Drugs


Adam Granduciel turns alienation and isolation into eloquent and eerie rock music.

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Thumpers – Turning teen nostalgia into joyous indie pop


When childhood friends Marcus Pepperell and John Hamson Jr. formed Thumpers, they were in need of a musical escape.

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La Luz rebounds


After a harrowing accident totaled their van and gear in November, the members of Seattle surf-noir quartet La Luz didn’t just feel lucky to be alive.

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