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Citrus Clouds "Life Happens" Music Video Premiere

Citrus Clouds “Life Happens” Music Video Premiere

You may think that these kinds of music are dead; a cold relic of the distant past. You’d be wrong.
Andy Warpigs Debuts Video for NEET, Tackles Late-Capitalist Alienation

Andy Warpigs Debuts Video for NEET, Tackles Late-Capitalist Alienation

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...
PREMIERE: Jerusafunk's Cosmic Debut 'The Hierophant'

PREMIERE: Jerusafunk’s Cosmic Debut ‘The Hierophant’

Jerusafunk is clearly in tune with the inner funk of the galaxy.
PREMIERE: Paper Foxes's "Indica Feels"

PREMIERE: Paper Foxes’s “Indica Feels”

Their auras throb outward. Though the band members are in black-and-white, the external manifestations of their inner beings are anything but. Last but not least, rising from the bottom center of the screen, a six-armed Christopher James Jacobson emerges. Although his arms and posture echo the Indian mother goddess of destruction and creation Kali, Christopher’s...
PREMIERE: Exxxtra Crispy's "They Don't Think It Be Like It Is But It Do"

PREMIERE: Exxxtra Crispy’s “They Don’t Think It Be Like It Is But It Do”

The perverted pirates & wicked wizards of Exxxtra Crispy have just dropped their new album. Melt your ears off with this exclusive first listen of "They Don't Think It Be Like It Is But It Do" on PHX SUX.
Andy Warpigs 'Everybody Likes You Now' Video Premiere

Andy Warpigs ‘Everybody Likes You Now’ Video Premiere

Andy Warpigs's new video for the song "Everybody Likes You Now" premieres on PHXSUX.com!
Premiere: 'RADICAL', The New Album by Tempe Rapper Dadadoh

Premiere: ‘RADICAL’, The New Album by Tempe Rapper Dadadoh

In these volatile times Dadadoh has helped establish a scene for alternative hip-hop and Afro punk music in Arizona, America's least favorite red state, and an emerging market for radical music.