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METROnome: Flume, locals rock McDowell Mountain

The lineup at Hance Park for the McDowell Mountain Music Festival had some hits and misses, but oh did the hits hit hard. Day 1: Upsahl...

METROnome: Luxxe prepares for big break with Bon Jovi

Forget the glamorized starving artist trope: Americana band Luxxe will certainly be Livin' on (far more than) a Prayer if it continues on its...

METROnome: Taylor Upsahl preps for second M3F performance, and high school graduation

Phoenix musician Taylor Upsahl is preparing for two of the biggest shows of her career three months before preparing for her high school graduation. Upsahl...

Metronome: Folk-rock standout Dawes brings their new album to Crescent

Whether it’s an unfortunate fact or another great Dawes album, “We’re All Gonna Die,” is something everyone needs to hear. On Jan. 11, Dawes...

Metronome: 4 thanks-worthy things about the downtown music scene

Turkey spoils and fall colors fade away, but the downtown Phoenix music scene can be forever if we take care of it. This Thanksgiving,...

METROnome: Emo Nite returns to Valley Bar

A night of Dashboard Confessional karaoke was what started it all, but Emo Nite has grown into an enterprise boasting a list of guests...

METROnome: Indie folk band Darlingside coming to Valley Bar this month

Following the release of its five-track EP “Whippoorwill,” folk quartet Darlingside will perform at Valley Bar on Nov. 12 for a harmony-based performance. Opening...

METROnome: Safe in Sound will bring bass to The Pressroom

Leading dubstep producer Borgore will headline the Safe in Sound Festival at The Pressroom this Friday night, in the company of LAXX, Terravita and more.

METROnome: Hinds is hot, but The Gooch Palms are hotter

For their first ever Phoenix performance, Hinds heated up Valley Bar on last Thursday for a well-played performance that never quite boiled past the band’s...

METROnome: Nahko and Medicine for the People bring indigenous-influenced rhythms to Crescent

Musical collective Nahko and Medicine for the People will be headlining at Crescent Ballroom on Friday with Satsang as the opening band. Both of these bands’ genres include...