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On this edition of It’s Not Our Fault, Amy and Tom show some local love by playing some tracks from bands all around the state of AZ. Tom welcomes back Amy and Dan after their jaunt in LA attending Bikini Kill two weeks before and we learn a bunch of info about all of these great bands. Check it…Read More →

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Writer, musician, and YouTuber Jacob Unterreiner came down to Radio Phoenix studios on this edition of The YabYum Hour. Check out his process on writing, learning from musicians, his thoughts on the local music scene plus much more. And, as always, his complete playlist of music can be found below…Read More →

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Ben Anderson stopped by the Radio Phoenix studios to chat with the gang and play some great tracks on this edition of The YabYum Hour. We find out that sometimes it does take a few listens of something before you can truly love it. We also learn about Mr. Anderson’s transition from solo artist to forming multiple projects. Take a listen and hear some great selections by Ben and, as always, the complete playlist can be found below…Read More →

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by Mark Anderson

Matthew Reveles and Fancy Cloud are back with their new, 2019 album, Split.

Released through Phoenix’s President Gator Records, this is the latest proper album from Reveles/Cloud since 2013’s New Year, New Jacket (also released through President Gator) and the first release for the label this year. Plus, after keeping us barely satiated over the years with singles released through his Soundcloud, it’s great to have an actual full length from Reveles again — something not seen since a decade ago with his stellar We’ll Meet Halfway album…Read More →

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by Jacob Unterreiner

No matter what type of music you play, standing out as a musician is a difficult task. However, for singer-songwriters, standing out is nearly impossible. The sound of soft, folky strums of acoustic singer-songwriters can be heard at every coffee shop, bookstore, and art gallery in the Valley…Read More →

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On the evening of a chilly Phoenix Friday on January 11th, I meandered myself to a very early 2019 “large scale” local performance featuring the celebration and album release of Bryan Preston’s vigorous and aurally diverse project, DaDadoh. Along with performances from 2000 Ft. Turtle, Acne Superstar, Room 4, Latosque, and 20 Ft. Neon Jesus, the night which partly rivaled last year’s Crispy Fest featured a full-scale DJ performance in between sets by DeeJay P-Phunk, tacos, live artists, and vendors at the Pueblo Revival…Read More →