Not only did we play tracks from Arizona bands and beyond this hour, we we’re joined by Amy Young who talked to us about her new podcast, Prizefighting Kangaroo, co-hosted with Ashley Naftule. Check it all out, including the complete playlist, right here. Listen to The YabYum Hour every Wednesday
Eclectic Method “Outta Sight” Chuck D (who needs no other introduction) jumps on this new track from Eclectic Method; a video remix artist currently based in Barcelona. The electronica instrumental offers listeners something a little different in the music pairing with traditional rap. Website – Facebook – Twitter – iTunes GV
Mattiel “Count Your Blessings” Mattiel’s s/t debut LP came out through Burger Records in September, but it’s already sold out. Just like the slick 7″ single that first featured “Count Your Blessings” sold out. Basically, you better just follow Mattiel so you don’t miss your window on those vinyl releases.
Scorpion vs. Tarantula “Female Agitator” Scorpion vs. Tarantula has long offered me a cathartic release from some of those imposed societal norms with their high-energy, growl-inducing punk-rock and fierce live performances. The only thing more exciting than this music video is the fact that the single is just a mere sampling
by Mark Anderson – You Can’t Rap Forever, the latest album from local phenom Dadadoh is a punk rawk, hip hop, melodic rock mind-bender and currently presiding as my new favorite release from the Phoenix artist. More radical then Radical (his last release and first full length) and, for this
Who are you and what do you do? Joe Willie Smith, multimedia artist. I work in whatever medium is necessary to realize an idea. Presently I build ‘Sonic Sculptures’, basically sculpture that are amplified using piezo microphones, some are passive others require performance interaction. I recently completed a large scale,