As we look to keep our promise of adding more Spotify playlists this year, we offer you The Last Days of Winter.

It’s the final few weeks of Winter in 2019 and we’ve assembled a playlist to go along with the cold winds as they shift into the Summer breeze…Read More →

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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…Read More →

7 Weird + Wondrous Music Videos featuring The Lovely Sparrows, Plastic Mermaids, Tensei, Yossarian, Newton Colours, Odd XX, and Northwest…Read More →

7 Chill Music Videos to Check Out featuring The Great Escape, Yola, Running Red Lights, Mark McGowan, Earthquake Lights, Patrick Martin, + Nick Teehan | YabYum Music + Arts | your PHX guide to music everywhereRead More →

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Carly gives us these 5 Flavors of Folk featuring Bonnie ‘Prince’ Billy, Stoner, Tiffany Williams, Old Nobodaddy, + Vern Matz…Read More →

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by Logan Lowrey-Rasmussen

Although I had the pleasure of meeting Matt Oliviero and Michael Oden from The Smiling Faces and, more recently, of Vintage Clothes, I didn’t get the chance to listen to their August-released LP, Don’t Ever Talk to Me Again, until recently when frontman and guitarist Eric Gallagher brought it to my physical Facebook-attention. The album, which makes me feel like Dave Grohl in “Walk” both musically and lyrically, contains vocal chaos among smart, instrumental qualities Frasier Crane could enjoy…Read More →