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Accomplished Austin artist Chris Jamison has written, recorded, and released four albums to date including the Austin Chronicle’s 2013 Top Ten album Sleeping with the T.V. On. But it his latest work, due out later this month, that has us really excited. Jamison recently relocated to the northern ghost town ofRead More →

Mickey & the Mountains A Mantle Piece It was just about six months ago that Phoenix 4-piece Mickey & the Mountains released the single “Fatigue” which means six months of waiting for fans to get their hands on the rest of the album. A Mantle Piece dropped back in January at anRead More →

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Pat The Bunny Probably Nothing, Possibly Everything I’m a little obsessed with the folk punk of Pat The Bunny. The solo project of Ramshackle Glory’s singer/guitarist, Pat the Bunny brings introspective meanderings out with the aggressive passions that fostered them. Released last December, Probably Nothing, Possibly Everything offers ten tracks thatRead More →

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Field Tripp “John Wayne” Brian Lopez “Static Noise” Nerdzerker “BIC (Blowing in Cartridges)” Travis James and the Acrimonious Assembly of Arsonists “Everybody Lies (Truth Be Spoken)” Bad Neighbors “Once Upon a Planet”Read More →

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Destruction Unit “Slow Death Sounds” Destruction Unit is apparently a pretty popular act not just in the dusty reaches of our desert, but well beyond too. The single “Slow Death Sounds” recently became available online from the band’s 2013 recording Deep Trip. Aggressive and invasive, Destruction Unit does not make post-punkRead More →

Wight Lhite Beyond the Satellites Tucson’s Wight Lhite is pretty awesome so if you haven’t yet had a chance to check them out, I suggest starting with the link to their album. It’s okay. I’ll wait… Beyond the Satellites has a mellow, psych-rock feel that I can totally get behind. From theRead More →

The Venomous Pinks “Through the Darkness” It was just back in October that The Venomous Pinks released their much-anticipated full-length, Exes and Whoas!, and already fans can sink their teeth into a new track found on the PinkMeat Split the band just launched with the band SwampMeat. In addition to “Through the Darkness”,Read More →

Wooden Indian Color is Work Wooden Indian creates a sort of magical dreamscape for listeners to wander through on Color is Work. The album, which the band released back in 2012, was recently re-issued on cassette through Rubber Brother Records. And I, for one, am thrilled with the re-release. Color is Work mightRead More →

Ana Log “Lady Killer”  The vocalist from Tempe’s Ana Log can pull a mean Grace Slick for the track “Lady Killer” which was released in October and marked the first single from the band. Those powerful pipes add a vintage-rock element to the altrock stylings of Ana Log. The band followed up theRead More →

Lenguas Largas “Kawasaki Dream” Tucson’s Lenguas Largas came up to the Valley on Nov. 7th to play the Crescent Ballroom with Pissed Jeans and Gay Kiss. If you missed the show, you missed out so we decided to offer up this summertime single from the band to really stick itRead More →

Boss Frog “Two Mouth One Mouth” Burning Palms “Thorns” Technicolor Hearts “Pocohaunted”  Guantanamo Baywatch “Love this Time” Bike Thief “The Burning Past”Read More →

It’s been a little over a year since Phantastic Pigeon-Holes crossed my desk and now it looks like the musical partnership known as The Upper Strata is ready to unleash a new undertaking upon the world. Today, we’re very excited to offer folks a chance to hear the track “Anyway” fromRead More →