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  • Tuesday, Jun. 28, 2016

    Naytronix (Nate Brenner of tUnE-yArDs)

    Strangers to the touring life refer to it as “living the dream,” while generally the ones actually doing the touring see it more as living in a dream. The difference is subtle to the uninitiated, yet is intimate to Nate Brenner, AKA Naytronix, who has spent much of the past four years touring the world as bassist for the mighty tUnE-yArDs. Consider Naytronix’s second full-length, Mister Divine (2015, City Slang), his treatise on the subject, which sees him turning from the disjointedly funky party dance anthems of his debut Dirty Glow (2012, Plug Research) to a surrealist stream of consciousness poignancy.

    With A CLOUD FOR CLIMBING, Early Tongue. This show is 21+ Tickets at STINKWEEDS.

  • Tuesday, Jun. 28, 2016

    King Khan & the Shrines

    King Khan and the Shrines have been stunning audiences for nearly two decades with their unique mix of pure old school R&B mixed with a heavy dose of pure psychedelic majesty and unhinged, wild, frantic rock n’ roll. Imagine, if you will, a screamin’ Bollywood Wilson Pickett hanging out in Andy Warhol’s factory dropping LSD in his eyes and wearing a shiny golden cape that wraps around the world, or simply picture the love child of Anubis and Kali drinking milk straight from Ganesha’s trunk. King Khan & The Shrines is more than just psychedelic soul band they are a legendary cult musical phenomenon with more than 15 years of international touring, four studio records and a fan base of fervent punk rockers, soul music lovers, free jazz tea heads and garage rock officianados.

    With GIORGIO MURDERER, PLAYBOY MANBABY. This show is 21+ Tickets at STINKWEEDS.

  • Oddball @ Rogue Bar Jun. 28
  • Soda Boys @ Time Out Lounge Jun. 28
  • Haley Grigaitis @ Rockbar Inc Jun. 28
  • Stanley Serrano @ Copper Blues Jun. 28
  • Hans Olson @ Pranksters Too Jun. 28
  • Steve and Alix @ Old Town Tavern Jun. 28
  • Tuesday, Jun. 28, 2016

    THOM SIMON (Eugene, OR)

    with: THE LONESOME WILDERNESS | PHANTOM PARTY | THOUGHTS LIKE ROCKETS. 21+ FREE

  • Brother Moses, Mike Little @ Lost Leaf Gallery Jun. 28
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Staff Picks Stuff We Dig

  • Friday, Jul. 01, 2016

    Kevin Morby (Woods)

    The new Kevin Morby album is one of my favorites to come out this year. Looking forward to catching his set at Valley Bar!

  • Saturday, Jul. 09, 2016

    Brian Wilson

    Not going to miss this!

  • Monday, Oct. 10, 2016

    Echo & the Bunnymen

    Echo and the Bunnymen are my second favorite all-time band, just behind Elbow. Saw them open for New Order in 1987 at Compton Terrace, headline at Mesa Amphitheater in 1988. I still believe Ocean Rain is the greatest album OF EVER. Yeah I'm a little stoked to see them again.

  • Friday, Jul. 01, 2016

    Kevin Morby (Woods)

    Kevin Morby's newest album "Singing Saw" has been a regular fixture on my record player since it's release in April. I'm a sucker for dense arrangements of strings, backup singers and skillfully crafted, interweaving parts. This album has that in spades. It's reminiscent of Leonard Cohen and Bob Dylan, but has a darkness and sharpness that's all it's own. Regardless if he's touring with a band or on his own, I just want to hear these songs live and bring back some new perspective to the album, to dive a little deeper.

  • Tuesday, Jun. 28, 2016

    King Khan & the Shrines

    Described as a Berlin-based garage rock and psychedelic soul band... I somehow got a free song of theirs and chuckled along with it. I believe it was Took my lady out to dinner. After seeing some images, and their general vibe tells me it'll be an entertaining show if you're in the mood for their vibe!

  • Tuesday, Jun. 28, 2016

    King Khan & the Shrines

    Get your garage party on this Tuesday!!! The never-ending wild force of King Khan returns to Phoenix. Solid line-up, get your tickets in advance!

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