Kutch “Collectable” Kutch combines the talents of Colin Kutchyera and La+ch; two artists (and lifelong friends) from Northern Ontario. And while the song is lovely, the music video the band created to accompany “Collectable” stands out as an accomplishment in its own right. Shot over a period of seven months, theRead More →

by Carly Schorman – Justin Moody “Cowgirl” This single comes to us from Justin Moody’s forthcoming album, Bruiser, due out in a few short days. The Phoenix songwriter has made a name for himself for his slow and somber style. Moody’s songs approach the listener as if in a dream: hazyRead More →

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Diners “Plastic Cactus”  Diners is gearing up for a new release next week through Diet Pop Records. But, while you’re biding your time for the new album to drop, fans can enjoy “Plastic Cactus”, the first single from Three. On the new track, you’ll hear the chaste summertime indie pop that hasRead More →

The Christian Family “Mad-A-Lyn” The garage punk duo known as The Christian Family might be newcomers on the Valley scene but their players certainly aren’t. Daniel Shircliff (formerly of Freaks of Nature) and Ann Seletos (Cherie Cherie), also known as The Christian Family, create something simultaneously stripped down and revved up.Read More →

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Arizona songwriter Justin Moody joined us at YabYum HQ to help create this latest installment of Songs from the Reading Room. Thanks to Burning Empire Media and Like Lightning Sounds Studios. To hear more from Justin Moody, I suggest checking out his album Bargain for a Bad Man’s Love here.  Read More →

Pat The Bunny “Never Coming Home (Song For The Guilty)” from A Fistful Of Vinyl Sessions Justin Moody “Bargain for a Bad Man’s Love” from The Trundle Sessions The Pork Torta “Another Way” from T-Town Sesssions My Pizza My World “Stomach Knots & Alcohol” from The Trundle Sessions North Brother Island “HenryRead More →

Our 2014 Songwriter of the Year, Justin Moody, came down to join us live on the air at Radio Phoenix. He brought along some wonderful tunes from other local artists to share. The complete playlist can be found below… Playlist: Justin Moody “Bargain for a Bad Man’s Love” Flower Festival “ShameRead More →

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In an era of added effects, electronic layers, and more hooks than content, we try to acknowledge one artist every year that pushes to elevate their songcraft. In 2014, that artist was Justin Moody. When Moody’s most recent album – Bargain for a Bad Man’s Love – came out last September, we expectedRead More →

Justin Moody Bargain for a Bad Man’s Love Now, I’ve met Justin Moody, briefly and in person. That being said, I didn’t expect the pensive undertaking that is Bargain for a Bad Man’s Love, the indie folk album recently released by Moody. Opening with the title track, the singer-songwriter creates a reflectingRead More →