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Ancient Egypt joined A, B, + G in the Radio Phoenix studios on this #archived edition of The YabYum Hour. Find out about Sean’s love of Japanese shoegaze, some rad Australian references including Lunchbox’s outfit, as well as an eclectic playlist brought in by the band…Read More →

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Mike Krol joined Tom and Amy on this edition of It’s Not Our Fault on Radio Phoenix. They chat about his new fuzzy, garage-y, power pop record, Power Chords, and a lot of other stuff, including his graphic design career, touring, and how he tackles songwriting…Read More →

The Exbats joined hosts Anna, Bonnie, and Garrett in the Radio Phoenix studios on this edition of The YabYum Hour. Inez and Kenny share stories about their constant touring, recording their new album at Midtown Island studios in Tucson with Matt Rendon, and even brought it rad playlist featuring songs all recorded at Midtown… with one major exception…Read More →

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Hosts Bonnie, Anna, and Garrett had guests Daniel Suber, Jessica Dzielinski, and Manolo Lago of Hesperus in the Radio Phoenix studios on this edition of The YabYum Hour. Check out this interview to hear more about their latest album Offal A La Carte; find out about some the other art the band members make including zines, glitch photography, and painting; plus hear some rad experimental/underground tracks brought in by the band…Read More →

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Back in June, Tom + Amy had special guest John Waters on “It’s Not Our Fault” as they took over the Radio Phoenix airwaves with their bi-weekly show. That’s right, the man William S. Burroughs called “The Pope of Trash”, John Waters was in town for his “This Filthy World” tour and our hosts chat with him about movies, music, and all sorts of things that you can check out now!Read More →

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Sunday at Noon joined Anna, Bonnie, and Garrett for this edition of The YabYum Hour on Radio Phoenix. Learn about how the band came together (through friendship!), and why they each brought in their unique set of songs to play over the air. Also, find out how the band is evolving and what’s upcoming as they unleash some new recordings out into the world soon…Read More →

Mike, Orin, and Pete of U.S. Depressed joined Tom, Amy, and Dan in the Radio Phoenix studios for this edition of It’s Not Our Fault on The YabYum Hour. Learn some insight into the band, check out and hear why they picked the tracks they brought it, and hear why Orin wants to pick up the tuba…Read More →

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Ah springtime, when the weather was unbelievably nice and the near constant buzz of the cicada was not yet heard. As we try and keep our promise of adding more playlists this year, we created this Sonoran Spring Spotify Playlist and then Anna, Bonnie, and Garrett played some select cuts on The YabYum Hour. No matter the current tilt of our Earth’s axis, enjoy this collection of songs any time of year…Read More →

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On this edition of It’s Not Our Fault, Amy and Tom show some local love by playing some tracks from bands all around the state of AZ. Tom welcomes back Amy and Dan after their jaunt in LA attending Bikini Kill two weeks before and we learn a bunch of info about all of these great bands. Check it…Read More →

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Mary Papenhausen — Zia Records Marketing, Promotions, and Website Coordinator — joined the gang in the Radio Phoenix studios. On this edition of The YabYum Hour, hosts Anna, Bonnie, and Garrett talk with Mary about her stellar playlist of music, the Zia pop-up shop that was a part of this years Phoenix Fan Fusion in downtown, plus a whole lot more. Take a listen…Read More →

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With Amy outta town, Tom Reardon (along with engineer extraordinaire DJ Hockey Chuck) hosted this edition of It’s Not Our Fault. Check out these rocknroll tracks both old and new as well as hear Chuck and Tom talk about the impending megalopolis that is the Phoenix/Tucson metro area and how views on what’s considered “over the line” in art, music, and culture have certainly changed…Read More →