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GLOB is pretty darn neat. A three-piece, A/V band that dabbles in experimentalambientelectronicdrone is right up our alley so we couldn’t be more excited about premiering their new live album FORM, we were all about it. FORM was recorded during FORM 2018, the music festival held in the desert eco-cityRead More →

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by Jacob Unterreiner – All of the musicians in Bent Knee are technical wizards. What’s more impressive than their wizardry however is the fact that they use their skills responsibly. Sure, they’re are virtuosic elements to many songs on the band’s third album, Land Animal, but they always serve the music.Read More →

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Jacob Unterreiner – Oliver Ackermann is a Renaissance man. He is the singer and guitarist in shoegaze stalwarts, A Place to Bury Strangers. He is also the founder of Death by Audio, a boutique guitar effects company. Along with manufacturing pedals, Death by Audio was a musical collective. Oliver andRead 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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Hit Bargain “In Quiet Streets” Facebook – Instagram  Ocean Alley “Confidence” Facebook – Twitter – Instagram – Spotify Thumpasaurus “Mental Karate” Facebook – Twitter – Instagram Simple Man “Exit 49” Facebook – Twitter – Instagram Jennifer “Bloodstained Blues” Soundcloud  Monarchy “MID:NIGHT” Facebook – Twitter – Instagram – SpotifyRead More →

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Capitano “Gypsy on a Leash” This track is about daring to be yourself and the music video directed by Katja Kuhl captures the spirit of that nonconformity rather nicely. We’ve featured the unique aesthetic of Capitano on our site before and this video should help explain why. We dig weird. FacebookRead More →

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Scott Mitting, the insider’s insider on experimental and electronic here in the Valley, stopped by the Radio Phoenix studio and brought some stellar tracks down with him. Not only do we get to hear a variety of experimental acts from AZ and beyond, we get the rundown on all ofRead More →

Flower Festival “proverbs” The experimental indie act known as Flower Festival released a two-track single earlier this August perfect for that final stretch of hazy heat only those of us in the Sonoran can really understand. Start by stretching out underneath your best ceiling fan on full blast and allowRead More →

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by Chris Nunley Staff Writer Call me a crotchety old man, but I long for the days of how music was released before the almighty EP. I mean I get it, attention spans aren’t what they used to be thanks to glorious technology. The way music is produced and distributedRead More →

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koleżanka (Kristina Moore joined by Arky and Winter Calkins) joined us at the Reading Room and shared these lovely songs with all in attendance, which now includes all of you as well. Both tracks will appear on their much anticipated debut album Vessel, which is due out in June. ButRead 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 →

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by Chris Nunley Staff Writer – Whoever said that you eventually get accustomed to the summers here in Phoenix is a damn fool. There is NO getting used to them! In the four short years that I’ve been in the Valley, they seem to only get worse with each revolution. ApocalypticRead More →