It's Valentine's Day across the valley. Don't get distracted from sucking face by a sucky show! Stick with these recommendations if you want a fantastic and yawn-free February in Phoenix (and outlying areas.) Click fliers for links to events.j
Featuring, the Chaos System, which is the only bass setup I've personally seen cause a wood floor to produce sine waves.
Warm and vibrant guitar riffs accompanied by melodic horns draw you in, while lyrically, it leaves you wanting more – and possibly curious to sit down and have a cup of coffee with the guys themselves to know the people behind the music.
neuralgia [n(y)o͝oˈraljə] noun intense, typically intermittent pain along the course of a nerve, esp. in the head or face. PHX SUX has been throwing shows since we started, but our experimental noise Nights of Neuralgia (NON) have been the most popular by far. Let’s take a look at some of the highlights over the last...
We sat down to talk with prolific Phoenix artist James B. Hunt about CB radio, Current 93, treasure hunts, and being chased by cops during the Super Bowl.
Give your ears a tickle with Wax Castle. Catchy, dark, a bit like Agent Orange or Ceremony.
Juicy J seemed aloof for most of his set, constantly pacing back and forth, trying to remember words from what seems like hundreds of songs that he had recorded and released, but he truly engaged the audience on some personal cuts towards the end.
Local rap trio Injury Reserve have been turning heads and snapping necks on the national rap scene. Is their newest album a banger, or a bust? Bray Lawrence drops the needle on "Floss" to hear what these microphone fiends have to say.
"Tooth & Nail," the newest exhibit at Modified Arts, brings together the work of two prolific artists. Our correspondent swings by to see if it's got some bite.