Ever since Mesa-area band Captain Squeegee formed in 2002, it has dodged musical genres. Combining ska, blues and rock influences, the band creates a trademark mind-boggling sound which has gained it quite the local following.
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One decade after they formed in Argentina, garage-rock power trio Coni Duchess, Ignacio Villarejo and Martin Guevara Solimo received rave reviews at 2009's the South by Southwest festival in Austin, Texas.
Photo courtesy of Camaron Stevenson.
Tempe rapper and self-declared "hometown hero hopeful" Bill "Mouse" Powell dropped his year-long project “These Are The Good Times” on Tuesday.The album's 10 songs, which are available for free download, dip low in tempo and mood before they dive through quicker, upbeat songs. "These Are The Good Times" is an album to drink to, but it maintains Powell's unavoidable down-to-earth manner.
Independent western film “Cowboy Zombies” premiered at Tempe’s Harkins Valley Art Theatre on Oct. 25.
Pedal Craft Volume 3 blended Phoenix's growing urban bike culture with community during Friday's bicycle-themed poster show, featuring partner booths from State Bicylce Co. and New Belgium Brewing, a guided night bike ride of downtown Phoenix and bike-themed poster designs from 15 local artists.
Featured at the Lab Pop-Up Gallery near downtown Phoenix, the rescued and reconstructed teddy bears are part of the DIE Bearmy art project, which uses the once abandoned bear to help send a message about the importance of recycling. (Photo by Shawn Raymundo)
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Work from local Arizona artists hang in the gallery space of the Hive. All different medias were present along with some of the makers of the work. (Photo by Katie Dunphy)