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On this special edition of The YabYum Hour, hosts Anna and Bonnie along with Young Garrett talk with some of the cast + crew of Confessions from the Nocturne Nebula. Austin Campbell, Carly Schorman, Dale Rasmussen, and Mark Anderson talk with the team all about this new science-fiction podcast and also play some rad jams they’ve been into lately…Read More →

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On this very special edition of It’s Not Our Fault, Tom and Amy play “your parents’ music” or, more specifically, “their” parents’ music. They share some music they first heard through their parental units, how they felt about it then, and how they feel about it now. Stick around for some interesting songs and stories from the INOF crew…Read More →

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On this edition of The YabYum Hour on Radio Phoenix, we have guests Emby Alexander! Hosts Anna, Bonnie, and Garrett chat with the members of the band about their new album, Cactus Candy. Plus, hear the great playlist of tunes that band brought in to play over the air…Read More →

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On this edition of It’s Not Our Fault with Amy + Tom, the gang chats with  Squeeze co-founder Chris Difford! Squeeze has been writing smart, witty, and tender songs that incorporate pop, new wave, and power pop for a unique rock and roll blend since the 1970’s. They chat with Chris about songwriting, his charitable efforts, working in tandem with Glenn Tilbrook for over four decades, and more…Read More →

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On this week’s episode of It’s Not Our Fault (INOF) with Tom + Amy, the co-hosts talk to drummer extraordinaire, Prairie Prince, best known for his work in The Tubes. His career, however, runs deep – from being a founding member of Journey to touring with — and playing for —everyone from Todd Rundgren to Brian Eno to Neil Hamburger. When the two caught up with him, he was building a tiki bar/jam room at his house. Hear about that, his graphic design work, and of course, his prolific work as a drummer over multiple decades…Read More →

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On this archive of The YabYum Hour on Radio Phoenix, co-host Anna is joined by former hosts Carly and Mark for a special edition of the show featuring guest Danielle Durack!! We chat all about the Living Room tour that she and Sydney Sprague were about to embark on and, of course, played some great songs brought in by our guest. As always, the complete playlist is below…Read More →

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On this edition of It’s Not Our Fault w/ Tom and Amy on Radio Phoenix, Tom talks to the fierce, confrontational writer, visual, and spoken word artist and musician Lydia Lunch! Join as they chat about her new book, So Real It Hurts, her show at Valley Bar, and more. Lunch has worked with artsy visionaries including Nick Cave, Karen Finley, Jerry Stahl, and Hubert Selby Jr….Read More →

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On a bonus episode of “It’s Not Our Fault” with Tom and Amy on the YabYum Hour, the hosts discuss soundtrack songs that are meaningful to them and examine how. This is the first part in a soundtrack series that will lead up to a guest-filled final episode to discuss three specific titles and their soundtracks…Read More →

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Ancient Egypt joined A, B, + G in the Radio Phoenix studios on this #archived edition of The YabYum Hour. Find out about Sean’s love of Japanese shoegaze, some rad Australian references including Lunchbox’s outfit, as well as an eclectic playlist brought in by the band…Read More →

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Mike Krol joined Tom and Amy on this edition of It’s Not Our Fault on Radio Phoenix. They chat about his new fuzzy, garage-y, power pop record, Power Chords, and a lot of other stuff, including his graphic design career, touring, and how he tackles songwriting…Read More →

The Exbats joined hosts Anna, Bonnie, and Garrett in the Radio Phoenix studios on this edition of The YabYum Hour. Inez and Kenny share stories about their constant touring, recording their new album at Midtown Island studios in Tucson with Matt Rendon, and even brought it rad playlist featuring songs all recorded at Midtown… with one major exception…Read More →