XOXO: Where to Rock Thursday, March 21

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During the early 1990s, alongside The Chemical Brothers and Fatboy Slim, this Las Vegan electronic music duo helped pioneer the big beat sound, inspiring tracks that still bang today. The Crystal Method are making The Trip Home. At 191 Toole. Details here.

Fronted by erstwhile Tucsonan Elizabeth Scarinzi, The HollyHocks bring their brand of alternative country/desert rock from Santa Fe to Che’s Lounge. With the mighty Greyhound Soul. Details here.

From Paris, DJ/producer Dustycloud holds down Resonance Monthly with mad sets of bass/future house at Gentle Ben’s. Details here.

This month’s installment of the smorgasbord of artistic expression known as Ladytowne features the comedy of Linda Ray, interviews with Najima & Tiera Rainey, Shannon Smith, Hannah Levin and the live music of Najima & Stripes520. At Club Congress. Details here.

More than 40 years into their career, these Latin icons have sold a staggering 60 million albums. Enjoying a resurgence thanks to YouTube and social media, exposing their music for a new generation to discover, Amanda Miguel y Diego Verdaguer are at the Fox Theatre. Details here.

Hot chicks playing cool surf. The Surfbroads perform at Free Third Thursdays at MOCA Tucson. Oh yeah, the museum’s current exhibit: Dazzled is a celebration of razzle dazzle, a military camouflage paint scheme used on British ships during WWI and WWII. Details here.

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During the 1990s, on the strength of chart toppers “Fly to the Angels” and “Up All Night” these glam-metallists sold more than 5 million albums worldwide. Mark Slaughter performs the hits and a few surprises. In the Paradiso Lounge at Casino Del Sol. Details here.

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