7 Strange + Wondrous Music Videos featuring CocoRosie, Point Lobo, On Man, FOX MEDICINE, Asymptote, LIJO, + geiger von muller | YYM+A | your PHX guide to music everywhereRead 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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Herbert Walker “Paycheck Song”  Absolutely Not “Strictly Top” Jesus on Heroine “Ardhanarishvara” Rozy, Miko and Machi “Free Willie” Mauves “Eh Fille” Dinosaur Love “Kill the Illuminati” Arthr “Balloon”Read More →

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by Mark Anderson Senior Editor Jaime Paul Lamb is a music archivist. Not only of his own bands (of which there are many), but of many great lofi/garage/punkrock bands across this fine nation as well. We here at YabYum came across his music a couple years ago and were instantlyRead More →

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Soft Shoulder “Repeat #4 aka Desert Plants and Scooter in Carport” When Soft Shoulder drops a single on you, they really go for it. It’s always more than a song; it is an entire sonic experience. And that’s what you’ll find on “Repeat #4 aka Desert Plants and Scooter in Carport”.Read More →

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by Mark Anderson Senior Editor Continuing his series “An Insider’s Introduction”, Mark delves into the person and persona of Roddy Nikpour, a man of many talents. In addition to the brooding, instrumental orchestrations he helps create under the moniker -ghost island-, Roddy also moonlights as a dancer in the experimentalRead More →

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by Mark Anderson Senior Editor Bob Cash Synthetarium You may be cool, but you’ll never be Bob Cash cool. I mean you can’t make this kinda guy up. He’s authentic. He’s unique. And he makes righteous synth music. He was making “space” music in 1985 at the Roger B. Chaffee PlanetariumRead More →

Instrumental albums can say so much without saying a word. For this special instrumental-only album post, we decided to bring you three very different examples from three different Arizona artists from three different cities. And while it is true that instrumental music sometimes fits perfectly in the background while studyingRead More →