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The Stakes “Prophecy” The Stakes don’t pull their punches on “Prophecy” and their video for the single adds to the power of that message. And, if you’re part of the band’s Phoenix hometown, make sure you’re at The Stakes’ 5 Year Anniversary at the Crescent Ballroom on February 2nd (moreRead More →

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 GVRead More →

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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 thisRead More →

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by Carly Schorman – Blaze Rock “Return to the Underground” “Return to the Underground” is the anthemic closing track to Hammerwolf; Blaze Rock’s LP which dropped in November. This uber prolific emcee can lay out rhymes with uncanny ease. Hammerwolf has a lot of gems on the track list, but I’m quite partialRead More →

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J.W.J. “Ways To Go” Jeremy Jones, who performs under the moniker J.W.J., started his musical career back in his Indiana hometown playing viola and violin at church and school. But as he grew older, Jones expanded his musical horizons and began “listening to everything from pop and hiphop to experimentalRead More →

by Carly Schorman – Sidizen King “When the Drugs Don’t Work” L.A.’s Sidizen King combines elements of HipHop and electronica for a chill 21st Century sound. For his latest single, Sidizen King turns inward to examine modern relationship complications… like why isn’t this person answering my text messages when IRead More →

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Saint Pierre “ACID” PWEST “Spaceship” Adam Reverie “Determination” Tin Tenn “Lucid Dreams” KINGDSMITH “Water Break” Charlie Curtis-Beard “Fried Chicken” Just For Kicks “Local Celebrity”  Read More →

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Injury Reserve “North Pole” Sam Lao “Grenade” Piers James “Samurai” Burden “What Am I On” The Recipe “Uma Thurmond” Joel Baker “Story”  Jay Hunna “Good Ol’ Music”  Read More →

DJ Polique ft. Snoop Dogg “Dimes Only” New ZephLand “Kill Me Baby” Toya Delazy “No Follow” Point Nine “Gotham City” Tok Sik “Sol (Rock with You)” Quincy Davis “Be Brave” Young Bull “Voicemail”Read More →

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  Point Nine “Gotham City” Ryan Klein aka “Point9” divides his time between PHX and LAX but his latest single is aimed at a bigger metropolis, i.e. Gotham City. Alright, so this song might not really be just about Batman. Point Nine addresses the daily grind aspiring artists face onRead More →

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Lando Chill “Break Them Shackles” Dutch Mob “Little Brother” Adam Reverie “Hunger” Mugun “The Sweetest Ting” Cross Culture “Leap Frog Loverz” Rukahs The God “Black Bastard”Read More →

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by Mark Anderson Senior Editor – After years, the wait is finally over. The Stakes, Phoenix’s premiere live hiphop band, have released their debut full-length album, Prophecy. And believe you me, the album was worth the wait. To quote a friend, “this shit is fire right here.” After years ofRead More →