Phoenix, AZ 85004
Phoenix New Times's Description
To say that this downtown Phoenix coffeehouse/boutique/music venue is a bit colorful would be a gross understatement. The entire exterior of this 1930s-era converted bungalow, located in downtown Phoenix, is covered with a massive multi-hued mural by local painters Pablo Luna and Lalo Cota, while its front and backyards are littered with funky sculptures and other vibrant objets d'art. It provides a rather lively milieu for the eclectic selection of local music makers and bands that perform on Conspire's outdoor stage during the monthly First Friday art walk or during weekend gigs -- ranging from indie rockers and experimental jazz acts to twisted turntablists and folk singers. Oh yeah, the joint also serves a pretty good cup of coffee, too.
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Reviews and News
The Cure is a difficult band to cover. Purists will balk at anyone that can't sing like Robert Smith, but playing Cure songs with your own style... More on Conspire »
There was some serious trickage taking place on the skate ramp behind Downtown's Conspire this past weekend as teenaged riders spent Saturday... More on Conspire »
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Best Of Awards
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8:00 p.m. - 10:00 p.m. every Wed.