The Art of Music Supervision: A Playlist


The Art of Music Supervision: A Playlist by Andrea Brown   Have you ever seen a movie or show and all you could focus on was the incredible music? If so, give thanks… Continue reading

Quinn XCII is Taking it ‘One Day at a Time’


Quinn XCII is Taking it ‘One Day at a Time’ by Nikole Tower   One minute the stage outside of Comerica Theater on the night of Viva PHX was nearly empty. The next… Continue reading

Nü Religion: Hyena


    THEY. are an LA-based duo that combines producer Dante Jones and Drew Love on vocals. What they do as a duo is less easily definable. I know that Frank Ocean would… Continue reading

Your Guide to Viva PHX 2017


Your Guide to Viva PHX 2017 by COTMA Staff Viva PHX is often considered Arizona’s own little South by Southwest, and with dozens of bands spread out over 20 venues, it’s easy to… Continue reading

The Lighthouse Bring Sunshine and Substance from Across the Pond


The Lighthouse Bring Sunshine and Substance from Across the Pond by Taylor Gilliam The Lighthouse have somehow fit in a hundred shows, a major European festival appearance, an EP, and a couple of… Continue reading

When Pop Becomes Purposeful


When Pop Becomes Purposeful by Kat Chapman On February 10, 2017 Katy Perry revived me. OK, maybe that’s a little bit of an overstatement but she did release a single (the first of… Continue reading

The Griswolds Threw Arizona a Birthday Party


The Griswolds Threw Arizona a Birthday Party by Vanessa Herb   The Griswolds came back to Arizona and were better than ever. They brought energy and fun to Arizona on its birthday, and… Continue reading

Look for Constellations


  By William Weinstein   Constellations is fun, young and energetic. They have an aggressive songwriting style that slides between the emo, punk, pop, and rock genres. They lean into their mics and… Continue reading

Waterparks Are Making a Splash


Waterparks Are Making a Splash by Deanna Romani photos by Deanna Romani We all remember being teenagers going to some of our first concerts, right? Being dropped off by your parents, meeting up… Continue reading

Run the Jewels Brings Frustrated Community Unity


By Kelsey Hess I watched two strangers hug at the Marquee Theater last Sunday. It’s not odd to see camaraderie at concerts, but it is surprising to see strangers hugging at a Run the… Continue reading

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