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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 →

7 Rowdy Music Videos featuring The Echo Bombs, The Venomous Pinks, Sunshine Mind, The Smiling Faces, Gramma, Fine Points, + The Cabin Fever Read More →

On this episode of The YabYum Hour on Radio Phoenix we talk with Twin Ponies about their latest album, Twin Ponies, as well as what’s upcoming for the band. We also enjoy their playlist of rad jams and learn about some new bands too! Check it out. Join us forRead More →

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Those wacky rascals of JJCnV came down to the studio to help celebrate our 100th episode with Radio Phoenix. With “Pete’s Pick” and Jeff “on the ball”, there’s plenty of punny innuendo to go around along with a playlist of tracks from the band and editors. Take a listen. CheckRead More →

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by Carly Schorman Senior Editor – The PHX outfit known as Red Tank! takes just the right amount of rowdy and arty and smashes them together for a Postmodern sound that will delight punks both new and old. In fact, we liked the band’s 2016 release, BIO/FEEDBACK, so much we gaveRead More →

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by Carly Schorman Senior Editor – Sad Kid Dys​(​FUN​)​ctional As the name of their album implies, Sad Kid wants to put the FUN back in dysfunctional. Sex, drugs, and gas station burritos might not be able to combat the malaise of a generation, but that doesn’t mean that Sad Kid isn’tRead More →

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Dead Pretties “Social Experiment” The London-based trio known as Dead Pretties just launched their debut single and, I must say, it’s pretty fucking stellar. “Social Experiment” is a rowdy and hip garage rock number that is (of course) set for release on slick 7″ vinyl because how cool is that? Pretties’Read More →