They added cops to assist security on the light rail in case you haven’t seen that yet. Yup. They’ve gone from the obnoxious guards, to harassing homeless people, to packing them trains full of pork like baggies of Lil’ Smokies. “I’ve encountered this on 19th Ave & Camelback months ago.”...
Their debut album is chill-out music incarnate, a harmonious mix of funk, jazz, and post-trip hop. Bouncy keys and bass brings the funk, while low and mellow vocals — both sampled and those of Torrey and Amanda — overlay the beats.
AZ is trending because a bunch of jerks are sad some old perv lost his job, meanwhile the police are relocating the homeless so you don’t have to deal with them…. https://www.azcentral.com/story/news/local/phoenix/2018/01/02/phoenix-declares-roosevelt-row-homeless-camp-illegal/998466001/
We understand a simple explanation does not go far enough in this situation, so the decision has been made to remove the band “Slowpoke” from this event. At the time of this posting, the remaining bands are discussing whether the event should take place at all.
"Violations of the student code of conduct that threaten these conditions, such as sexual misconduct, are among the most serious and warrant a commensurate response."
By refusing to hold politicians and police accountable for their crimes, the American public endorses the slide toward an authoritarian police state. Vladimir Putin and Adolf Hitler would be proud.
You may think that these kinds of music are dead; a cold relic of the distant past. You’d be wrong.
Check out this dope write up of WAVVES and Joyce Manor by Ronin Woods!
One Phoenix artist is determined to bring back the scares. DreamReaper hits us with a kick ass re-imagining of the classic Goosebumps theme in an open love letter to nostalgia and the supernatural.
Flute solos played and fog dispersed throughout the theater as the crew set up for Father John Misty - All of this setting one of the strangest tones the Orpheum may have ever housed.