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If you're looking for something FREE to do on St. Patty's then here's your chance to win tickets to the Flogging Molly - Anti-Flag show at Tempe Beach Park. Our friends over at Silver Platter are calling you out on your Flogging Molly knowledge. Enter with the correct answers and you'll be singin Erin go Bragh all the way to Tempe.
Head on over for your chance to win Flogging Molly St Pattys Day Tickets.
Some of Arizona's best kept secrets find a home in the small corner pockets of our collective, state-wide music scene. AZPunk's primary goal for the last 10 years has been to put more focus on these talented, and under-appreciated artists, but we rely on you, our friends, to keep us smart and aware of the ever-expanding talent that delivers us from the onslaught of audible sludge most people allow access into their earholes. We asked this very question to our Facebook friends, and got a killer response. We've compiled a quick little list (naturally, not an entire difinitive catalog - just a cluster of gathered links to wet your tailpipe) of some of the killer sounds you'll find out here in the desert that come highly recommended by our . . .
Originally posted by Uncle Skate
While you're out spending money on shit you and your family probably don't need this weekend, remember that the small local shops will appreciate your business a hell of a lot more than Walmart will. Keep your holiday money aimed at those rad little mom and pop shops we're lucky to have out here.
The Local First Arizona website has organized a giant list of sales, deals and all kinds of great shopping perks you can find all over the valley. A quick browse shows cool little shops like Junk in the Trunk Vintage Markets and State Bicycle Co. have a lot to offer your holiday shopping needs. Check them out and keep your money local this holiday.
Free music from members of Swing Ding Amigos and the LMNOP's
The good staff at the Monsterland Bar in Mesa are pulling together to try and save the place. I haven't been there yet, but it sounds like a place Mesa could use. Help them spread the word.
By now, you know the story: Things ran late at a 2004 show in Tuba City, Arizona, where Glenn Danzig and Phoenix-based hardcore group North Side Kings were scheduled to perform...
Free 14 song album from Throb Zombie is a free download!!! http://throbzombie.bandcamp.com/