Tag Archive: alternative

Teenage Wrist Sways The Crowd At The Rebel Lounge

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The energy from their set was a preview of what’s to come on their new album.

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Elvis Depressedly Steals the Show at Crescent Ballroom

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by Claudia Yaw Despite it being a Tuesday night, the Crescent Ballroom in downtown Phoenix was alive, packed in the front restaurant and the back, where a crowd was forming excitedly. The show,… Continue reading

Feature: A Summer High

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    by Ellena Whitfield Fiftyone West is a quaint coffee shop in Tempe during the day. From 7:00 AM to 1:00 PM, customers can come in and try an array of drinks… Continue reading

Oh Wonder Brought Romance to the Van Buren

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by Sedona Rose Saulnier It is 8:00 pm and the area around West Van Buren and 7th Avenue is booming. People are dressed in their most self-expressive attire. Everyone has a radiant beaming… Continue reading

Widowspeak’s Return to Phoenix is Well Acclimated to the Western Air

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by Julian Hernandez Widowspeak returned to the Valley and performed an intimate set at the Rebel Lounge, with the dreamy guitars and ethereal vocals they’re known for, and continue to draw desert dwellers… Continue reading

Album Review: METZ, “Strange Peace”

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by Julian Hernandez METZ is a three-piece band from Toronto that’s known for its unapologetic attack on your senses. With their second album, II, METZ delivered reverb-heavy, post-punk tracks that varied in pace, but… Continue reading

Album Review: PVRIS, “All We Know Of Heaven, All We Need Of Hell”

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Ellena Whitfield goes over what has changed in the sound of PVRIS on their latest album.

Single Review: Jr Jr, “Same Dark Places”

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All hail the new wave wave of alt-pop

Heart ‘N Soul Presents Art Heaux: A Playlist

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Heart ‘N Soul Presents Art Heaux: A Playlist by Ann-Marie Schlup We at Heart N’ Soul, Blaze Radio’s weekly alternative R&B show, are always on the lookout for the freshest, most unique artists… Continue reading

Review: Parquet Courts “Human Performance”

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By Luke Forstner I’ve been a big fan of Parquet Courts since I heard their 2012 release Light Up Gold. It delivered tight, fast, infectious tunes with hardly a pause for breath, and… Continue reading