One man band and weirdo performance artist extraordinaire The Emotron is playing in the Valley tonight. I got a chance to interview him for Phoenix New Times. We talked about Ween, voodoo trances, and what it’s like being a one man synth band.
Phoenix New Times: One Man Band The Emotron On Voodoo Trances And Wearing His Father’s Clothes
I got a chance to interview author, performer, and Tarot reader Michelle Embree for PHX SUX about her upcoming show at The Trunk Space with LadyBabyMiss (their show is happening TONIGHT).
PHX SUX: Michelle Embree Talks About D.I.Y Tarot Cards And Telling Stories
Here’s my latest piece for PHX SUX: an interview with Tucson musician/performance artist Jaime J. Soto (who’s performing as part of this week’s inaugural Tucson Noise Symposium).
PHX SUX: Jaime J. Soto Bares All on Selena, Stagecraft, and Ska
Last night I saw a spectacular show at Valley Bar: Peelander-Z/Treasure Mammal/Glob. Here’s my review of the evening for PHX SUX.
PHX SUX: Peelander-Z Made Every Band In The World Look Lazy Last Night
My latest piece for PHX SUX is an interview with Daiana Feuer, the brains behind L.A.’s wondrously weird Bloody Death Skull (who will be performing TONIGHT at the Trunk Space).
PHX SUX: Bloody Death Skull Take Their Devilish Bubblegum Pop to Church
Last week Rising Youth Theatre wrapped up another production of their delightful Light Rail Plays. Here’s my take on this year’s crop of short theatrical works written for the mass transit stage for PHX SUX.
PHX SUX: The Light Rail Plays Moves Us While We’re On The Move
My latest piece on Phx Sux just went up: It’s a review of “Energy Charge”, the new art exhibit that opened at ASU Art Museum. Spoiler alert: I think it’s pretty rad.
Phx Sux: ‘Energy Charge’ Defies Everything I Hate About Video Art