Archive for March 13th, 2012

  • Project Releases Well Come Back To You It seems, suddenly that forgotten genres like Shoegaze Rock, Dream Pop and Math Rock are suddenly being resurrected in various corners of the Phoenix scene and honestly, it’s nice to see. Sure, it’s not everyone’s cup of tea, but it’s brilliant nonetheless. It happens to be one of my cups of tea so I’m overjoyed to hear something like the sophomore release from Project Well Come Back To You. First of all, I need to address Donna Blumenfeld’s breathy vocals which adds a sense of sultry Slowdive panache to the whole affair. “End...

    Project-Well Come Back To You Release Party and Review

    Project Releases Well Come Back To You It seems, suddenly that forgotten genres like Shoegaze Rock, Dream Pop and Math Rock are suddenly being resurrected in various corners of the Phoenix scene and honestly, it’s nice to see. Sure, it’s not everyone’s cup of tea, but it’s brilliant nonetheless. It happens to be one of my cups of tea so I’m overjoyed to hear something like the sophomore release from Project Well Come Back To You. First of all, I need to address Donna Blumenfeld’s breathy vocals which adds a sense of sultry Slowdive panache to the whole affair. “End...

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  • I kind of get the feeling that The Wiley One won’t be hanging around Phoenix for very long. First of all, they are one of the few local bands whose songs have made it to television, having been heard on Fuel TV and ESPN, they’re well known for their environmental awareness and have worked with Disney’s Planet Challenge and their Bio Diesel bus tour caught the attention of Billboard Magazine’s Green Issue. Not to mention they have attracted large audiences in Los Angeles, New York and everywhere in between. Sundawg Records has a nice little treasure with the Wiley One,...

    The Wiley One – Kill It With Love

    I kind of get the feeling that The Wiley One won’t be hanging around Phoenix for very long. First of all, they are one of the few local bands whose songs have made it to television, having been heard on Fuel TV and ESPN, they’re well known for their environmental awareness and have worked with Disney’s Planet Challenge and their Bio Diesel bus tour caught the attention of Billboard Magazine’s Green Issue. Not to mention they have attracted large audiences in Los Angeles, New York and everywhere in between. Sundawg Records has a nice little treasure with the Wiley One,...

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