7 Strange & Wondrous Music Videos featuring Sarah Bethe Nelson, Rum for Breakfast, Gus D. Wynns & The Breakers, Ziemba, Snailmate, Los Esplifs, + Northwest…Read More →

by Carly Schorman – RPM Orchestra “Hey You” RPM Orchestra cooked up something special for their new two-track Onus Records single including this new personal favorite from the camp, “Hey You”. The experimental orchestra perhaps best know for their innovative silent film soundtracking at Filmbar even created a visualizer (asRead More →

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by Carly Schorman – Wayward Sun Casual Stoicism The new LP from Wayward Sun awakens gently, but you astute listeners will begin to note that there seems to be a slight disquiet just beneath the gentle moving aural waves of Casual Stoicism. The dreamy atmosphere that pervades the album has momentsRead More →

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by Mark Anderson Senior Editor – It’s no secret I get down to my fair share of electronic music. While I tend not to veer to the more commercial side of things, I have noticed that I find pop songs are a bit more palatable these days as electronica continuesRead More →

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MRCH I Love You But You Don’t Know What You’re Talking About That’s a rather long EP title for a band I would usually describe as terse. They don’t even give us a vowel in their band name and most of their tracks have one word titles. The breathy electropopRead More →

by Lenore LaNova Senior Editor The three-piece psychedelic outfit known as The Blank Waves are getting ready to release their debut s/t album later this week at The Trunk Space downtown. I had a chance to preview the release and I must say I was more than pleasantly surprised byRead More →

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Social Lovers Enjoy the Ride The Phoenix act known as the Social Lovers released Enjoy the Ride on vinyl through Cherries Records outta Chicago and already the album is sold-out. Before you get too flustered, know that you can still get your internet hands on a digital copy. The lounge-style electronica makesRead More →

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Destruction Unit “Slow Death Sounds” Destruction Unit is apparently a pretty popular act not just in the dusty reaches of our desert, but well beyond too. The single “Slow Death Sounds” recently became available online from the band’s 2013 recording Deep Trip. Aggressive and invasive, Destruction Unit does not make post-punkRead More →

The Rocktronica Show at The Rockbar, say that fast three times, in Scottsdale on Saturday night was in a word: a blast. OK, maybe that’s two words, but it was. The night showcased four local Rock/Electronica bands, Russian Arms & Optics, A Life of Science, Zero Zero, and Tigerface, whoRead More →