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by Logan Lowrey-Rasmussen – As I fasten my headphones and search for the 1970 seminal Right On album from The Supremes, I realize I’ve sunk into a musical wasteland the last two years running. I put on this record one more countless time and my lackadaisical brain sinks into theRead More →

On this episode of The YabYum Hour on Radio Phoenix we talk with Twin Ponies about their latest album, Twin Ponies, as well as what’s upcoming for the band. We also enjoy their playlist of rad jams and learn about some new bands too! Check it out. Join us forRead More →

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by Jacob Unterreiner – Josh Medina is a remarkably talented audio engineer. He is also the Kevin Bacon of the Arizona Music scene. If you’re in a local band, odds are you’re not more than two degrees of separation from Josh; either you’ve recorded with him, or you’ve been in aRead More →

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by Logan Lowrey-Rasmussen – Since I attended their feverish album release show featuring sets from a slew of local mainstays, Not Confined managed to stab their way into my heart with their unrepentant attitudes and hardy yet good-natured stage presence . With my trusty bong in hand prepared to typeRead More →

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The Foster Family Band set up at The Listening Room Phoenix just to knock us down with their stellar performance of “Masquerades”. Check out the video of that performance below as part of our Songs from the Listening Room series. Plus, make sure you continue on below the video to ourRead More →

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Before the successful release of last year’s Straight Outta Comp, Lumberjerk Records founder Justin Weir already had plans of releasing a second volume. His hope was to feature other bands he hadn’t yet worked with and possibly have twice as many songs on the next compilation, with all the profits continuingRead More →

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by Joe Golfen – Used to be, rock bands put out a record at least once a year. The Beatles, The Stones, everybody. Even with the all the advances in recording technology, most modern bands don’t hold themselves to that grueling pace. But Phoenix rockers No Volcano have pushed outRead More →

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by Carly Schorman – My two favorite types of people in this world are the Dream Chasers and the Art Makers. Sam DeCross was definitely a Dream Chaser. He was passionate about music and committed to pursuing national recognition for Phoenix talent. And then, Tuesday morning, I found he hadRead More →