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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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Jim Bachmann joined Anna and Bonnie on The YabYum Hour and now the broadcast archive is available for all! Hear a bunch of great tunes that Jim brought in as well as some insight on the Arizona country scene from the Day Drinker himself. As always, the complete playlist can be found below…Read More →

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Derrick Bostrom is back for Part Two of It’s Not Our Fault with Amy and Tom!! This time it’s all sorts of early PHX punk history and songs along with some great history and music of the Meat Puppets as well. Check out the complete playlist below as well as Part One of Derrick Bostrom on It’s Not Our Fault…Read More →

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7 Hawt HipHop Music Videos featuring Injury Reserve, Choosey & Exile, Jafaris, NGHTMRE & A$AP Ferg, Miki Montebello, Jam Young, + Brotherman…Read More →

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by Logan Lowrey-Rasmussen

On Friday, April 12, I pushed my body closer to its limits as I decided to cover two shows in a row. With just 24-hours preceding my review of Sunday At Noon with Almost Awake, Arlington, and HeadStrum, I realized this was a show I would have to compromise my mental health for. Not only was 2000 Foot Turtle scheduled, a personal favorite of mine, but the mysterious Spectrum Hues I hadn’t seen since my early days in photography last year dictated the final decision of my attendance. Aside from fresh punx 2KFT, groovy jam-band Spectrum Hues, and “modern psychedelia” LoTemps, this would also mark the very first performance of local self-described indie punk “ear candy,” Olympic Games — what a low-key clever name to spot on a flyer…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 Logan Lowrey-Rasmussen

In the Phoenix music scene I am always fascinated by artists who push themselves visually and add components not normally related to their genre. Although costumed performers and DJs can be found within the electronic music industry as a whole, there’s many electronic artists in Arizona who have yet to take that step in their branding.Read More →