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In the Phoenix Valley, the DIY scene has seen an astronomical growth within the last five years or so. If you are in Tempe, you have most likely stumbled upon a show in houses around the college town featuring a plethora of local and touring bands on any given night. Among those bands who have been pioneers of the Valley’s burgeoning DIY “revival” is Tempe’s Twin Ponies. However, according to singer/guitarist Wayne Jones at every show, the exact location of Twin Ponies’ origin is Southern [Ave.] & Hardy [Dr.] in Tempe…Read More →

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7 Eclectic POP Music Videos featuring UPSAHL, Matthew Squires, Emma Kern, MF Tomlinson, Spearmint, Lindsey Stirling, + New Wolves…Read More →

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On this archive of The YabYum Hour on Radio Phoenix, co-host Anna is joined by former hosts Carly and Mark for a special edition of the show featuring guest Danielle Durack!! We chat all about the Living Room tour that she and Sydney Sprague were about to embark on and, of course, played some great songs brought in by our guest. As always, the complete playlist is below…Read More →

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With our science fiction, space-noir audiodrama Confessions from the Nocturne Nebula premiering THIS SATURDAY (Pro Tip: if you subscribe on your favorite service, Apple | Google| Stitcher | Spotify | TuneIn for example, you can check out the show a day early), we wanted to share a series of conversations the creative team had with podcaster/publisher Jared Duran. Jared asked if we would have interest in taking part in a month-long look into our new production as part of his Limited Engagement podcast and we graciously said YES…Read More →

5 Stellar New Singles featuring MAYA LUCIA, Twin Ponies, Human Barbie, Japhy’s Descent, + Yairms…Read More →

Miss Saigon is generally considered a modern classic. A cannon work in Broadway’s soaring age of powerful, post-Golden Age, works. It opened in the West End in 1989 and premiered on Broadway in 1991, winning several Tony Awards for performances, although none for technical or developmental components. Based on Puccini’s Madame Butterfly and inspired by a photograph of painful childhood separation after the Vietnam War, it was the Schonberg/Boublil collaborative work immediately following Les Misérables…Read More →

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On this edition of It’s Not Our Fault w/ Tom and Amy on Radio Phoenix, Tom talks to the fierce, confrontational writer, visual, and spoken word artist and musician Lydia Lunch! Join as they chat about her new book, So Real It Hurts, her show at Valley Bar, and more. Lunch has worked with artsy visionaries including Nick Cave, Karen Finley, Jerry Stahl, and Hubert Selby Jr….Read More →