When Arizona passed the rancid and racist SB 1070—a bill that effectively makes “looking kinda Mexican” probable cause for police to stop you for questioning—it was almost inevitable that musicians would organize a boycott, since boycotts are one of the easiest ways for musicians to protest publicly. (It’s a lot more work to film a PSA or convene a supergroup to write a song about something.) And the boycott, which has since coalesced under the semiofficial banner Sound Strike (fronted by Rage Against the Machine agitator Zack de la Rocha), has had an effect. Unfortunately, according to Curtis McCrary of Tucson’s nonprofit Rialto Theatre, it’s affecting the wrong people.