by Logan Lowrey-Rasmussen
What and who the hell is Coffee Pot?
For the past few months, I’ve closely followed a musician’s Twitter handle of unknown origins, like Rumpelstiltskin approaching me with a weary bargain, a strange-yet-endearing EP under the title of Anthrophobia ended up getting shoved into the back of my inbox until I felt fully in control of my rapidly-decaying cognitive abilities. Containing the Latin prefix “anthro”, meaning human, how could I resist a short five-track romp with the theme of “human phobia?” I hate humans, and you should too!
by Jacob Unterreiner – The most organic artistic spaces are always only half-planned and The Sunroom is no different. The collective ‘collected’ two years ago when a group of four friends moved into a house in Tempe. Andrew Robinson, Alex Gross, Daniel Vogt, and Mario Esposito grew up together, and during
The Echo Bombs “Pistachio Pudding” That feisty PHX trio that everyone loves to see live is finally almost ready for their sophomore release. The Echo Bombs released The King of Uncool back in 2014 and, since that time, they’ve been shopping their brand of misanthropic fun to Valley audiences who, frankly, are ready
The Psychedelephants joined us in the Radio Phoenix studios to talk shop on their new album, Amalgamation, plus play a bunch of songs that help define the influence on the band. Check out the complete playlist below. Playlist The Psychedelephants “Bark and Bite” Mother Mother “Wrecking ball” MGMT “The Handshake”
by Mark Anderson Senior Editor – Born on March 3rd of this year, Gods & Clods, the fantastic third release and sophomoric full length effort from Strange Lot is an experimental, psychedelic trip to the beach and is the perfect album for some summertime sun. Building off their previous efforts
Jesse Konrad “Cruise Ctrl” Tucson’s Jesse Henderson, who records under than moniker Jesse Konrad, undertook this new musical effort following the breakup of his last band, Fischer Kings. Dropping the surname for the middle one, Jesse Konrad follows the indie-folk of the artist’s previous project, but on his single, “Cruise Ctrl”,
The Sedona act decker. is known for continually pushing their sound in new directions with each and every release they put out. The year 2015 brought us Patsy, an introspective folk masterpiece, and the band returned again in 2016 a little rowdier but with the same fervent intensity that first put them on