Tag: Phoenix

Weekend Showcase 3.16

Weekend Showcase 3.16

Unintentionally, the music featured from the past week had two characteristics – songs that either were motivated by current events and those made for road trips. Fortunately, the two went hand-in-hand, resulting in a fantastic Weekend Showcase 3.16 edition. This is one playlist to hear from start to finish. The mega-playlist includes 54 songs by artists and band representing 15 […]

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Saturday Sampler April 29th

Saturday Sampler April 29th

The Saturday Sampler April 29th is a mostly European affair. These nine songs come from artists in Denmark, England, Finland, France, Norway, and Sweden – with just one band from the USA. Dive into this upbeat playlist full of sparkling gems as you enjoy your weekend activities. Then check back tomorrow when our Weekend Showcase will include every song we have […]

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The Technicolors – “Space Cadet” (single premiere)

The Technicolors – “Space Cadet” (single premiere)

A year ago, The Technicolors burst on the scene with their EP, Ultraviolet Disguise, which received some US-wide airplay and coverage. The EP was an electrifying mixture of Muse’ electric rock and the anthemic pop-rock of Snow Patrol. Not surprisingly, it put the Phoenix-based quartet on the national radar. Instead of building on this popular approach, The Technicolors have taken […]

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Mundo: They’re Not From There?

Mundo: They’re Not From There?

“What? They’re not from there?” Ever ask that question to a friend or even mutter it to yourself when learning a band isn’t from the city or country in their name? Where you really believed the band was from that European country but actually is in a far-off corner of the United States? Or you were thought this great band […]

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Bogan Via – “Runnin'”

Bogan Via – “Runnin'”

Earlier this week, Bret Bender and Madeleine Miller – a.k.a. Bogan Via – released a madly fantastic EP, Madly. From that album, the synth-pop duo from Los Angeles via Phoenix included the gorgeous single, “Runnin’”, which recalls early Phantogram. The lush vocals of Danish singer Kirstine Stubbe Teglbjaerg raises the track to ethereal levels. Madly can be purchased on iTunes. […]

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