pages per content 700

by Logan Lowrey-Rasmussen – On July 28th, the Pages Per Content gang and friends celebrated the 1st anniversary of their hardy-yet-admirable local venue which has already seen a remarkable number of performers slide through their doors. As the sun began to set on the back of my sun-damaged 2004 HondaRead More →

toso 700

by Logan Lowrey-Rasmussen – I will be the first to admit it took me longer than I expected to review TOSO’s most recent contribution to their world-building concept, The Waste. After experiencing their album release show earlier in April, it almost feels unfair to try and compile their entire existential ethos intoRead More →

by  Logan Lowrey-Rasmussen – World Music: What the fuck does that mean? For most of my existence on this burning rock and within the walls of Zia Records, the “world” section has always been this bizarre shelf usually located by the “electronic” and “country” sections where even the most seasoned aficionadosRead More →

mia loucks 500

by Logan Lowrey-Rasmussen – As I fasten my headphones and search for the 1970 seminal Right On album from The Supremes, I realize I’ve sunk into a musical wasteland the last two years running. I put on this record one more countless time and my lackadaisical brain sinks into theRead More →

not confined 500

by Logan Lowrey-Rasmussen – Since I attended their feverish album release show featuring sets from a slew of local mainstays, Not Confined managed to stab their way into my heart with their unrepentant attitudes and hardy yet good-natured stage presence . With my trusty bong in hand prepared to typeRead More →

kill your tv 500

by Logan Lowrey-Rasmussen – On March 31st, Kill Your TV took the stage along with Aerico and The Linecutters to release their electrifying new record, Castle Bravo. For an Arizona punk band based out of Gilbert, the contemporarily formatted frustration highlights the genre’s local growth and unique suburban angst. WhileRead More →