Jerusafunk is clearly in tune with the inner funk of the galaxy.
“In many ways, our society still views the female figure as grotesque and that the things that it does are kind of grotesque as well. We’re always trying to clean up those things or beautify them in some way.” Solis wanted “to really embrace the physicality of the experience and to openly show a vagina,...
Our editor-in-chief is leaving the Valley of the Spun for some shithole in California. Here's what that means for the future of PHX SUX. (Spoiler: We're not going anywhere.)
I’d seen these guys play as The Mars Volta. I’d seen these guys play as Antemasque and now I’d seen them in At The Drive-In. At one point in my life I seriously thought the day would never come, but here I was, covered in sweat, and beyond proud of it.
We sat down with representatives from The Satanic Temple's Arizona Chapter to find out more about their "Menstruatin' With Satan" and what else the Temple's got cooking in their cauldron.
Mystic Blu elaborated on the idea of having rappers sharing poems minus the usual trappings of musical accompaniment or crews. She wanted to capture the intimate power of poetry, to highlight the words, the feelings, the people.
The Exploded View Microcinema will be hosting a rare screening of Andy Warhol's 8-hour film "Empire". We talked to Microcinema co-founder David Sherman about the film and the history of his experimental space.
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.
"Please Kill Me", the granddaddy of music oral histories, is back out in a brand new, expanded edition. We took a close look at this classic to see if it still's got the goods, 20 years later.
The folks at Wasted Ink Distro are putting together a zine called Blunt Talk. As the name implies, it's all about weed, marijuana, ganja, and cannabis. They're looking for submissions, so if you're interested, here are their guidelines
Jaime J. Soto will be performing on Monday night at the Tucson Noise Symposium. We talked to him about what it's like to do sexually charged material as a performance artist/musician, and the liberating power that comes from baring yourself to the public in more ways than one.