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‘Universal Language’: Mogollon thankful for audiences

By Christina Fuoco-Karasinski | May 12, 2021 Duane Moore said he feels he hasn’t worked a day in his life. Moore loves everything about the music business — and has since he co-founded Mogollon in...

Sonic Soundscape: Janelle Loes dabbles in a variety of genres on ‘Stranger’

By Christina Fuoco-Karasinski | May 6, 2021 Janelle Loes didn’t worry about the time it would take to release her sophomore effort, “Stranger.” She wanted to make sure it was perfect. “There was no rush,” she...

A Real Live Wire: The Sugar Thieves are getting back to the stage

By Kristen Castillo | May 6, 2021 The Sugar Thieves, like most bands, watched their shows succumb to COVID-19 pandemic cancellations. Now, as restrictions are being lifted, the Phoenix roots rock band is making a...

Getting Personal: Julien Baker talks college, her album and being in the public eye

By Claire Spinner | April 30, 2021 Julien Baker speaks with poise beyond her 25 years. The Nashville singer/songwriter displays the profound self-awareness of someone who is conscious about the impact of her words. The...

The Color 8: Social media’s favorite Downtown Phoenix act

By Alex Gallagher | April 27, 2021 The Color 8 is a Downtown Phoenix-based band whose sound is almost as diverse as its name. “The ‘Color’ stands for diversity, and the ‘8’ stands for infinity” is...

On the Record: Vinylly app pairs music lovers with the same taste

By Kristen Apolline Castillo | April 21, 2021 As someone who has lived in Phoenix, the Netherlands, London and New York, Jordan Thomas is no stranger to meeting others. Now residing in Los Angeles, Thomas says...

Welcome to ‘Crookland’: Tempe-based rappers Tireek and Lonely Leonard

By Alex Gallagher | April 21, 2021 Tireek and Lonely Leonard treated their fans to a new album, “Crookland,” in March, and the ASU students are using the collection as a platform to address racial...

Saving the Stages: Stephen Chilton selling merch to keep venues open

By Alex Gallagher | April 20, 2021 Stephen Chilton is the vice president of the National Independent Venue Association and the owner of The Rebel Lounge. He remembers the beginning of the pandemic all too...

For the High-End Buyer: Riverton helps local pianists tickle the ivories

By Christina Fuoco-Karasinski | April 15, 2021 James Harding of Riverton Piano Co. loves what he does for a living. He can play extravagant pianos all day and occasionally rub shoulders with the likes of...

Punk in the Park: Pennywise headlines festival’s first Arizona lineup

By Phoenix.org staff | April 14, 2021 In celebration of the return of live music, Punk in the Park is previewing its previously planned, much-delayed Orange County festival with a daylong slate of artists in...

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