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There was a hush over the crowd last Wednesday night as Sharon Van Etten walked onto Phoenix’s Rhythm Room stage.
Sour Soul, the up-and-coming indie-rock sensation from Mexico City, returned to North America for their “Laughs and Silly Dancing Tour,” paying a visit to the Rogue Bar early this month.
A typical Tuesday night was twisted upside down when 311 graced the Marquee Theater in Tempe. The Nebraska natives put on a solid show that drew in crowds of all types — from hardcore rocker fans blowing off steam to brace-faced high school kids trying to catch a break.
The alternative music scene has been graced with over two decades of 311’s commitment to rock. The band is looking to leave yet another mark with their upcoming 10th studio album set to release before the summer. Singer/DJ of 311, SA Martinez, shared with The State Press his excitement about the band’s future and their Tuesday show at the Marquee Theatre in Tempe.
William Shakespeare’s timeless tale of true love gets a new spin in Disney’s latest feature film, “Gnomeo and Juliet.” Yes, that’s right — two hours of talking, ceramic garden decorations.
For some viewers, the Super Bowl is more about the ads than the actual play-by-play. The Super Bowl is one of the biggest entertainment events of the year, and Fox was anything but cheap as a 30-second spot during the game cost an estimated $2.8 million to $3.0 million. Here are The State Press's top picks for best commercials:
“Success”: The opening number also provided the best description of Interpol’s show Saturday, Feb. 5, at the Marquee Theatre in Tempe.
The grungy scent of music-obsessed hipsters infested Phoenix’s Modified Arts for years when it had the reputation of an alternative live music venue.
Folk phenomenon Samuel Beam (aka Iron & Wine) brings to life a fresh yet authentic sound on his fourth album, “Kiss Each Other Clean.”