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Tom and Amy of ‘It’s Not Our Fault’ rolled into the Radio Phoenix studios and aired this show of songs that were ruined by someone in their life. Most of these songs aren’t even that bad, it’s just because of situation and circumstance they’ve become ruined forever. And, since we know you want to know, the complete playlist of these Ruined Songs can be found below…Read More →

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Amy and Tom of the It’s Not Our Fault crew interviewed Chris D. of The Flesh Eaters and now the archived broadcast is available for all. Not only do they discuss a lot of awesome, early punk rock history, they discuss the new Fleash Eaters album I Used To Be Pretty, and play some great tracks to accompany the interview…Read More →

Tom and Amy brought us a hardrocking holiday with Little Steven in December and the podcast of that broadcast is now available. Make sure to catch the ‘It’s Not Our Fault’ version of The YabYum Hour with Amy + Tom every first and third Wednesday of the month and, as always, this show’s complete playlist can be found below…Read More →

Amy and Tom talked to Trent of Burn Victim shortly before their 20th Anniversary show at The Quail Lounge. Check out a bunch of great Phoenix music history as well as the playlist curated by the band…Read More →

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Before they would become official hosts of The YabYum Hour, Amy Young and Tom Reardon joined us as guests back in October. Not only do we find out a little more about them, they brought in some great tracks to play over the airwaves and we even check out some of their own musical output…Read More →

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by Tom Reardon

When a bunch of old dudes completely school the opening acts at a punk rock show, it gives one hope on multiple levels. Sure, the old dudes in question are The Damned and they are legendary, to say the least, but when you hear they’re coming back to town just a little over a year after playing probably the best set they have ever played in Phoenix for their 40th Anniversary tour last May, it’s only natural to be a little skeptical about what their performance at the Marquee Theater would hold…Read More →

by Tom Reardon Contributing Writer Valley band LightSpeedGo is celebrating the release of their first EP on California-based label, Felony Records this week. The record itself is a no nonsense pop-punk slab of wax with tight rhythms, nicely blended vocal harmonies, and just enough sass to make the biggest ScreechingRead More →

by Tom Reardon Contributing Writer You like noise. The music genre, not the noun, to be more specific. You occasionally (or for some, constantly) need new noise and when you find it, you feel whole for a short time. You are reborn in the newness of the something cool, somethingRead More →