Patrician Pop-Punk Plays on the Politically Correct in ‘Love is Like A Stabbing Pain’ by Andy Warpigs
Hey, happy valentine's day! This year our proverbial 'box of chocolates' comes in the form of this brand spankin' new Andy Warpigs video. What's it about? I don't fucking know, you tell me....
Their debut album is chill-out music incarnate, a harmonious mix of funk, jazz, and post-trip hop. Bouncy keys and bass brings the funk, while low and mellow vocals — both sampled and those of Torrey and Amanda — overlay the beats.
You may think that these kinds of music are dead; a cold relic of the distant past. You’d be wrong.
One Phoenix artist is determined to bring back the scares. DreamReaper hits us with a kick ass re-imagining of the classic Goosebumps theme in an open love letter to nostalgia and the supernatural.
Garage rock bands are a dime a dozen and Phoenix's music scene is no exception to this plague. But every once in a while a gem comes along—in this case, dent—that reminds you why you fell in love with this genre in the first place.
For this edition of Rock Blotter, we take a look at koleżanka's quietly cosmic "bury me".
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.
Jerusafunk is clearly in tune with the inner funk of the galaxy.
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...
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.