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Tag Archives: Tucson Weekly

Temenos Quartet – Excited and Experienced

Temenos Quartet

“Music for the New Timeline – Your body will move and your mind will groove.”

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Iron & Wine – An Artist’s Progress

Iron and Wine

At the beginning of Sam Beam’s recording career, the name Iron & Wine held a mysterious duality.

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Kenny Wayne Shepherd – Back to Basics


“When I started exploring the concept of this album, it literally teleported me in my mind back to my childhood and I had these very vivid memories of growing up learning the blues,” Shepherd says.

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The Genuine Article

Steff And The Articles

The two new singles Steff And The Articles readied for a 10-date Western tour represent two aspects of the quickly rising band.

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!!! – Dance Punk Pinnacle


In the shorthand of the pop music world, Thriller has come to mean the pinnacle of an artist’s career.

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El Ten Eleven


After Transitions chronicled difficult personal times, the LA duo is writing and road-testing new, crazier sounding songs.

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Murs & ¡Mayday! – ¡MursDay!


Murs’ first album since signing to Tech N9ne’s Strange Music label is a cross-coast collaboration with Miami crew ¡Mayday! that revels in a nimble, from-scratch artistry while making the most of both halves.

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Jacob Acosta – For the People

Jacob Acosta album

The songs on Jacob Acosta’s new album are about meeting people in bars, about traveling, about facing down personal changes, about letting great loves go and finding new ones.

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Young Widows – Easy Pain


For an album that deals heavily with death, Young Widows lined up its most intense sonic assault yet.

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Pure X – For the Ladies

pure x

Pure X’s third album has an intentional tilt towards the sensual.

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