As we look to keep our promise of adding more Spotify playlists this year, we offer you The Last Days of Winter.

It’s the final few weeks of Winter in 2019 and we’ve assembled a playlist to go along with the cold winds as they shift into the Summer breeze…Read More →

7 Luscious (and Live) Music Videos featuring Earthquake Lights, Twin Ritual, Jillian Bissett, Alexander Wolfe, Mt. Mural, Eliott, + Olivia Thai | YabYum Music + Arts | your PHX guide to music everywhereRead More →

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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 →

On this episode of The YabYum Hour on Radio Phoenix we talk with Twin Ponies about their latest album, Twin Ponies, as well as what’s upcoming for the band. We also enjoy their playlist of rad jams and learn about some new bands too! Check it out. Join us forRead More →

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by Carly Schorman – Shovel “Monty” The first single from Shovel’s forthcoming LP has all that fiery energy one gets at a live Shovel show. This punk two-piece from Phoenix packs the punch of a full band experience and fans should be excited for a new take-home experience, It’s Fun toRead More →

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by Mark Anderson – The Tucson band known as The Rifle is a welcome addition to the Arizona music scene and their new album, Anabasis, proves a testament to the emotive power of desert rock. Their new album, Anabasis, is a definite Must Hear. Combining the singing-songwriting talents of Nelene DeGuzman (whichRead More →

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Even As We Speak “Such a Good Feeling” Even As We Speak is a band from Sydney [Australia] that formed in the 80s, began rising to prominence on the indie scene in the 90s, and then got caught in the wake of a label collapse. But the loss of SarahRead More →

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The Sink or Swim “Dopamine” Who couldn’t use a little more dopamine these days? The Sink or Swim write a sort of love letter to that beloved neurotransmitter with a slinky rhythm and a vocal approach that brings me back to those grunge days of youth. The track is dynamic and, forRead More →