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Bonnie and Anna have begun their local music journey together and on this show they play some of their new local favs as well songs that they just really like. Plus, Yungh Garrett throws in a couple of choice cuts as well. Catch Anna + Bonnie host The YabYum Hour every second and fourth Wednesday of the month and, as always, this show’s complete playlist can be found below.,,Read More →

3 Fun + Feisty New Releases

by Carly Schorman – Andy Warpigs Counter Culture​-​Shock! Andy Warpigs’ 2014 release, Folk-Punk Yourself, pretty much secured his place in the annals of Phoenix underground music forever, but it’s his sophomore full-length that might supplant that debut as the official YabYum favorite. Counter Culture-Shock! has an angst-laden grit much darker than previousRead More →

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by Carly Schorman Senior Editor – If you’re a new band starting out, the prospect of landing that first gig can be a little intimidating. Even if you’ve been making the local rounds and are ready to start looking toward furthering your fanbase, a little booking rundown can help youRead More →

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by Mark Anderson Senior Editor – WOLFZiE makes chillwave music. Now, if you’re over 35 and still have no idea what chillwave is, it’s basically electronic pop with a nostalgic, throwback style to the 80s/90s in not only production, but in the sound’s entire presentation as well. (Editors Note: Please understandRead More →

by Chris Nunley Staff Writer – My fellow Phoenicians, today is a great day. Today is the day that we here at YabYum start turning some of the focus on an area of music that often gets overlooked, disregarded, and sometimes even shunned completely. We’re talking about noise music. TheRead More →

Sundressed “Moving Out” Live at Little Elephant Diners “My Hometown” from KJZZ’s Tiny Desert Concerts Young Jesus “Every Little Landscape” from The Trundle Sessions Andy Warpigs with Saw Mama “Everybody Likes You Now” Recorded Live at Sad House Japhy’s Descent “See It Out” NPR Tiny Desk ContestRead More →

by Chris Nunley Contributing Writer There is another dimension beyond that which is known to many. A dimension of sight and sound, vast of gimmicks, with short time spans and immediate gratifications. It is the battle ground between those who seek legitimacy, and the others who settle for mediocrity. ARead More →

Welcome to the first installment of our new video series “Songs from the Reading Room” made in cooperation with Burning Empire Media! Phoenix folk-punk-rocker Andy Warpigs came over to play a couple new songs. The year bodes well for new recordings from Andy Warpigs and we couldn’t be any moreRead More →

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by Zach Lewis Contributing Writer It’s safe to assume that most people reading this are familiar with The Rocky Horror Picture Show. Originally produced as a theatrical music production and later re-imagined for film, the 1970s musical horror comedy has, over the last 40 years, spawned a cult following unlikeRead More →

by Lenore LaNova Senior Editor I was indoctinated into the cult of Rocky Horror at an early age. Back when they used to show Rocky Horror Picture show, complete with live performers, down at Valley Art on Mill, my friends and I would have our call-and-response voices ready come midnightRead More →