Concerts To Consoles 

Concerts To Consoles: Episode 33 – Ryan Miller and Zelda Nohansen Hyrule

Up on podcast services and YouTube, the latest episode of Concerts to Consoles. Joining me on this one is Ryan Miller, of Celebration Guns, and Zelda. Watch as we tackle the latest title from Tarsier Studios and Nintendo, The Stretchers, and chat!

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Concerts To Consoles 

Concerts To Consoles: Episode 29 – TJ Friga

Add another fun episode to the books as TJ Friga, of Playboy Manbaby​ and Instructions​, joins me on this latest episode for Streets of Rogue’s quirky and humorous rogue-like gameplay. Conversations delve into his long music history, how he came to be in both bands, teaching School of Rock, touring, Earthbound, and plenty more.  Now up on YouTube and in audio only form on podcast services!  

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Concerts To Consoles 

Concerts To Consoles: Episode 26 – Twin Ponies

Up on YouTube and podcast services is the latest episode. Four player stealth gaming is the name of Monaco’s game, and Twin Ponies is the band that joins me as we attempt our cooperative adventure on the Xbox 360 version. We chat about their band, music and games with it.

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Concerts 

Frenetic, Fast Paced Fun

Have you ever heard a song and immediately were enamored with it? Hearing Amyl and the Sniffers song “GFY” for the first time on the Jonah Raydio podcast was just that. After that, I immediately jumped over to Spotify to listen to the rest of the self-titled album that it came from. The energy and sound grabbed me song after another on it. Of course, luck would have it they would be in town about a month after with a rad group of locals. Up first is a band I…

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Concerts 

A Swagger Their Own

There are bands that you think the world of when you hear them. You want to catch them live anytime you can. Then, something happens and they disappear. Sometimes that is it, but in others they continue on. The latter is the case with Harper and the Moths, who since their last album release have had a little turnover in their ranks. The changes and break only further makes it wonderful they are back, with new music and bolstered by a strong set of bands on their album release night.…

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Concerts 

Come For A Pair of Bands, Get a Pair More

There are musicians from the first song you know that you just want to keep listening to after. On a tour last year with Lawrence Arms and Red City Radio, there was a solo musician called Sincere Engineer. She came out with not only catchy and well written verses, but an honest stage presence that played well with the Phoenix crowd. She is one of those musicians that you look forward to catching once you’ve heard her. This time around she brought her full band alongside co-headliners Heart Attack Man,…

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Artist Spotlight Concerts 

Artist Spotlight: The Maybe Next Years

On the newest Artist Spotlight, I highlight one of the newer members of the Phoenix Punk scene, The Maybe Next Years. It is a band that I actually first watched a pair of the members in other bands. For one, Davey I first watched in the band the Darling Sounds. That was a slower tempo band, a little indie and alternative rock. He apparently had energy and enthusiasm he was holding back until The Maybe Next Years. Then there is Sage, who I first caught in her other band Dwarf.…

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