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Vamps // Live @ Marquee Theatre // 9.25.17

Article and Photos by: Jason Robey   Japanese hard rock group, VAMPS, made a much-anticipated stop in Tempe, AZ on Monday night, when they played a short-but-sweet set to a highly enthusiastic crowd at the Marquee Theatre. The group played second on a bill of four bands, with 3Teeth, Deafheaven, and Danzig. As

Vérité // Live @ Valley Bar // 9.12.17

Article and Photos by: Jason Robey   PHOENIX, AZ -- Indie-pop singer, Vérité, made her first headlining appearance in Arizona at the Valley Bar, in downtown Phoenix Tuesday night, to an enthusiastic room of her fans. The night started with a set by Tigertown, from Sydney, Australia. The four-piece pop group did a

Album Review: Neil Young – Hitchhiker

Article by: Jason Robey   Neil Young fans rejoice, as the ten songs he recorded 41 years ago, with just an acoustic guitar and his voice, have finally seen the light of day. On August 11, 1976, Young and his producer, David Briggs, entered the Indigo Ranch Recording Studio in Malibu, CA. Young

Album Review: Upright Man (Self-Titled Debut)

Article by: Jason Robey   New York City rockers, Upright Man, just released their self-titled debut album. The album consists of ten genre-bending songs, nodding to the band’s wide variety of influences. The album’s opening track, “Elysia,” bursts out of the gate with a riff reminiscent of material from Led Zeppelin’s Houses of

Dead Cross // Live @ Marquee Theatre // 08.12.17

Article and Photos by: Jason Robey   TEMPE, AZ — Veteran metal vocalist Mike Patton and ex-Slayer drummer Dave Lombardo brought their new hardcore supergroup, Dead Cross, to the Marquee Theatre in Tempe, on one of the first dates of their first tour. The four-piece also includes bassist Justin Pearson, of The

Album Review: Goldfinger – The Knife

Article by: Jason Robey   "Don't this a comeback song, because I've been here all along," John Feldman sings on the chorus of “Don’t Let Me Go,” from The Knife, the sixth album by punk rock group Goldfinger. While avoiding that word, this is the band’s first album since Hello Destiny, nine years

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