Tow’rs “Going” from Sofar Sounds  Diet Cig “Barf Day” Live on KEXP Alë Jay “Face Turns Blue”  from Sofar New York  Delafaye “Thinking of You” Adam Smith “Where I Wanna Be” Live at The Listening Room [Phoenix] Beat Sampras “Distant Shore”  Sunset Voodoo “Testify” Live at the Crescent BallroomRead More →

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Who are you and what do you do? My name is Anwar Newton and I think I’m a comedian. How did you get your start? From one to many coworkers gaslighting me with the idea that I’m funny enough to be a stand up comedian. Started going to open micsRead More →

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Lots of rad shows happening this week in addition to what we got here. You can check out more shows happening in the Phoenix Metro Area on our Upcoming Shows page here! You can also click on the show flyers below for more information about those events!Read More →

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The Arizona supergroup known as Phoenix Afrobeat Orchestra has been packing venues on the regular for several years now, but it was only this past November that the band released their debut album, PAO! So, after years of waiting, fans can now take home a piece of the Phoenix Afrobeat Orchestra experience. TheRead More →

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by Carly Schorman Senior Editor – For many of us, 2016 was filled with an incredible sense of loss. From musicians to silver screen icons, it seems as if our daily news feed revealed another hero snatched away from the world we know every week. But, for Phoenix, the deathRead More →

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by Joe Golfen Staff Writer Following up a great first album is no easy task, with the added weight of expectation and the fear of the dreaded “sophomore slump” hanging in the air. And anyone whose heard Who Saved The Party?, the beloved debut by Phoenix’s No Volcano, has everyRead More →

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by Mark Anderson Senior Editor – Michael Cornelius doesn’t need much of an introduction. Having been a founding member and bassist of the influential skatepunk band JFA, he continues his musical legacy with his current project, The Father Figures; playing intricate, post-punk, jazz-inspired chords on the guitar. Their next showRead More →