Jesse, Todd, and Ward of GodSpeedBall joined Amy, Tom, and DJ Hockey Chuck for this edition of It’s Not Our Fault on Radio Phoenix. Find out more about the band and how they formed along with why they picked the rad tracks they brought in. You can also learn about their latest tour, all the other bands members play in, plus many more fun facts like why Ward likes Beck… Google it!
by Logan Lowrey-Rasmussen
I remember attending Endless Bummer 3 last summer and meeting Salah Moharram and Sophia O’Malley like it was yesterday (and I can’t even remember yesterday). Although I had yet to see their joint project, Audrey Heartburn, it was one of the more quaint personal interactions I had between the energetic sets I caught that day: all three of us trading jokes and discussing bands and musical nuances. I promised myself I would attend an Audrey Heartburn show, but that day had yet to materialize before their debut EP, released on December 13, 2018 would find its way into my meaty claws. The three-track punk-hearted companion crosses a few genre lines, but is noteworthy for its clean composition, artistic intent, and well-timed cues…
So, when Playboy Manbaby came up at the staff radio show the day after Xmas last year, we were all in agreement that yes, the band deserved an award for their auditory efforts this year. Then, when we moved on to which album stood out more for us, we were at an equal divide. Writer turned on writer, editor on editor, basically, the furies of hell broke loose…
by Jakob Casement
As somebody who primarily enjoys listening to albums with a prominent political theme, All Roads Lead to This by Harsh Mistress offered me the ability to go in a naïve yet satisfying direction with this review. It has enough episodic energy and mood differentiation compacted into each track that it makes you want to skank one second and listen from a couch cushion the next. I was entirely engaged in the listening process from the immediate start…
The Breakup Society stopped by Phoenix Center for the Arts to join us for a live Radio Phoenix broadcast of the YabYum Hour. They brought along a swell list of tracks to share, including a couple new ones from the band’s forthcoming release. Playlist: The Breakup Society “Strength Was Always
Lauren Ruth Ward “Blue Collar Sex Kitten” Usually it’s Lauren Ruth Ward’s sultry Americana swagger that has us all wound up, but this week it looks like Ward is ready for rowdy and rocking. “Blue Collar Sex Kitten” is the latest hit to come out the songwriting partnership between L.A.-based