U2, “The Joshua Tree”, and the myth of America
Last night we saw U2 play "The Joshua Tree" in Glendale. Here's our thoughts on their trip down memory lane.
“My Baby’s Fun Had Gone”: How The Labyrinth Soundtrack Saved Bowie From A Decade Of Sucking
The "Labyrinth" soundtrack is back out on vinyl for the first time since its release in 1986. We take a look back at the album and the positive impact it had on Bowie during his time in the Zeitgeist's "doghouse".
“The Goblin King’s City” Is Full Of Dance, Magic, and “Magic Dance”
Here's another reason why PHX DOESN'T suck: local artists can pull off a kick-ass "Labyrinth" stage musical. Here's one show that won't get its head dipped in the Bog of Eternal Stench.
Sugar Skulls, Dead Cats, And Rotting Scenes At The All Souls Procession
Our correspondent walked the streets of Tucson during their annual All Souls Procession. What strange sights did he see? What kind of ghosts haunted his imagination? Read on and find out.
Of Montreal Turned The Crescent Ballroom Into A Funhouse
Of Montreal came to Phoenix to drown the Crescent Ballroom in sweet music, balloons, and white feathers. Our correspondent was there to watch the lunatics run wild in the asylum.