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Chromeo puts on stellar show

Electrofunk duo Chromeo performed Saturday at the Marquee Theatre in Tempe, Ariz. Tokimonsta, an electronic music producer and disc jockey, opened up the show for Chromeo. Her performance was captivating, but did not resemble her typical sound. I attribute this to the fact that she was opening for a more mainstream artist. My personal favorite track of Tokimonsta’s is “Darkest (Dim),” but, unfortunately, she did not play it on Saturday. Her set mostly revolved around her newest album, titled Half Shadows, which I recommend you check out.

Grouplove brings their call for peace and love to Rialto

Grouplove brings their call for peace and love to Rialto

For those who aren’t yet acquainted with Grouplove, NME says that Grouplove is what Arcade Fire would have “sounded like if no-one had ever died.” The band finds fans gravitating toward its unique part punk-rock, part techno-pop sound. And its ... Read More

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Proper provides a very happy-hour

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Cage the Elephant comes to the Rialto tonight

Cage the Elephant will light up the Rialto Theatre with J. Roddy Walston and The Business and Bear Hands tonight.
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KAMP radio presents a playlist for spring

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New album from the lead singer of The Shins

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Spanish department celebrates centennial

While the entire university is busy celebrating homecoming, this year’s festivities are especially important for the Department of Spanish and Portuguese, which is celebrating its 100 year anniversary. read more

Hey, Barkeep!

“Hey, Barkeep!” is Wildcat Weekend’s regular Q&A series with community bartenders. read more