So this happened last week:
IN YOUR FACE, OTHER VERSATILE LOCAL CULTURE CRITICS! I’M THE MOST! IT SAYS SO IN PRINT, IN PHOENIX MAGAZINE! READ IT AND WEEP, BABY! AND NOW MY REIGN OF TERROR BEGINS!
I meant to say that this was a very pleasant surprise and I’m thrilled to have gotten this kudos.
For the latest installment of PHX SUX’s “Rock Blotter” series, I take a look at “bury me,” a dreamy track by local group koleżanka.
PHX SUX: koleżanka Hooks Us With “bury me”
Last week I wrote a music review for PHX SUX’s Rock Blotter column. It takes a look at local group Sunn Trio’s new album (an intriguing mix of free jazz, noise, and psychedelia).
PHX SUX: Sunn Trio’s New Album Is The Perfect Soundtrack For Chasing Mirages
Good news for all you RPG and board game fanatics: there’s a con happening this weekend that’s just for you! Check out Crit Hit, happening this weekend in Phoenix. I wrote an intro to the con for Phoenix New Times.
Phoenix New Times: Here’s Your Guide To This Weekend’s Crit Hit Gaming Convention In Phoenix
The Phoenix New Times released a list today of the 21 best things its music writers have heard and seen in Phoenix this year. Yours truly contributed three items on the list: brief write-ups on Treasure Mammal, Dinosaur Love, and the Labyrinth musical The Goblin King’s City.
Phoenix New Times: The 21 Best Things We’ve Heard In Phoenix In 2017 – So Far
Last night I saw Deftones and Rise Against at Ak-Chin Pavilion in Phoenix. One of them really impressed me; the other band, not so much. Here’s my review of the show for Phoenix New Times.
Phoenix New Times: Deftones Shoved Their Way Into Our Hearts At Ak-Chin Pavilion
I got a chance to interview singer Julia Kantor of Paris Chansons about French music and why her group is so popular with Eastern Europeans. They’re playing MIM tonight and if you love French music they’re not to be missed.
Phoenix New Times: Why Paris Chansons Take Classic French Songs Global