Monthly Archive: April, 2014

Bastille at Marquee Theatre

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Bastille Worth the Wait by Miranda Reddy Hundreds braved the beginning of an Arizona summer to wait for the band ever growing in popularity: Bastille. The line of anxious concertgoers snaked around the… Continue reading

songs for the tide – a playlist

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By: Nikita Satapathy

Concerts: The To NOT Do’s

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Concerts: The To NOT Do’s by Taylor Gilliam   You never want to be that guy. You know the type: loud, obnoxious, surrounded by a silently seething crowd.  Whether this guy is at… Continue reading

Neon Trees: “Pop Psychology”

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Neon Trees Pop Psychology [Mercury, Def Jam, 2014] by Lauren Hornberger   Two years after the release of Picture Show, Neon Trees is back with an album that is perfect for the summer.… Continue reading

The Whigs: “Modern Creation”

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The Whigs Modern Creation [New West Records, 2014] by Nikita Satapathy   Modern Creation is the Whigs’ latest album in two years, and “coherency” is definitely not the word to describe this record.… Continue reading

one night only – a playlist

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By/Artwork: Alexandra Watts  

feelin’ folky – a playlist

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By: Téa F. Price Art: Alexandra Watts

tunes for thought – a playlist

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By: Nikita Satapathy Artwork: Alexandra Watts

Study Sessions – The Songs That Always End Up Being Played

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  By: Alexandra Watts   It seems that every study session is wrought with a few things – procrastination, distractions, readings, textbooks, and the inevitable music that supplements the frustration of the studier.… Continue reading

Lana del Rey Comes to Phoenix

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    By Amanda Luberto   Lana del Goddess Rey graced us with her presence this past Tuesday night at Comerica Theater in downtown Phoenix. The singer went on at 9:30, 2 hours… Continue reading