The summer is a serial killer. Don’t be a statistic! Here’s a few upcoming July events in more or less climate controlled bubbles and many at night, when it's safest to travel in the desert. Be sure to hydrate with lots of lite beer. If you make it through until...
For this edition of Rock Blotter, we listen to the ghostly sounds of Willetta's "Frisson" EP.
This week's Rock Blotter dives deep into the death rock sounds of Fetal Pink.
Kendrick Lamar's DAMN. Tour kicked off on Wednesday night in Phoenix. PHX SUX was there to witness King Kendrick showing us all why he deserves to wear the rap crown.
For this edition of Rock Blotter, we take a look at koleżanka's quietly cosmic "bury me".
Snailmate just recently they debuted their latest album Love In The Microwave shortly after releasing the anticipated music video for fan favorite “The Waiter”.
The mélange of youthful feminine iconography is remixed into the shapes of bear traps and spider webs. The contrast with their constituent images creates a dissonance that is at once enticing yet discomforting. Barnhart’s point isn’t that there’s anything wrong with unicorns or princesses or cupcakes per se, but rather, as she put it, how...
The dystopic dance punk of Paper Foxes is back with their latest single, What Are You Afraid Of, released July 1st. With music composed by Uche Ujania, the lyrics represent the pooled fears of all five band members.
As much as I’ve seen of “Welcome to the NHK,” it’s the story of a ‘NEET’ in training, or what they call a hikikimori in Japan. Which is someone who stays home and doesn’t necessarily have a stable job or income. They are people who don’t leave the house for anything more than groceries or...
This week on ROCK BLOTTER we take a look at Sunn Trio's free jazzy new album. A blend of jazz, noise, psychedelia, and world music, it's one of the raddest local LPs we've heard this year.