Category: Daily Video

THE GET UP KIDS “Better This Way” Music Video Out Now – Coming June 18 to Crescent Ballroom

Fader premiered THE GET UP KIDS‘ new music video this week for their song “Better This Way” from their new Kicker EP out June 8 on Polyvinyl.

Watch the video below, and catch them live on June 18th at Crescent Ballroom with THE CASKET LOTTERY!

Click here for more info and tickets.

“The Get Up Kids are historically good at making EPs. The beloved Kansas rock band, whose twangy shout-a-longs first gained steam in the late ’90s, during the waning years of emo’s Midwest-centric second wave, have put out three to date. The Red Letter Day EP, released as a 10-inch just a few months before Something To Write Home About took the group from underground stars to the forefront of an entire movement, might be one of my all-time favorite examples of the format. If you’ve ever listened to “Mass Pike” on the Mass Pike, you’ll understand what I’m getting at.

And now, in 2018, they’ve got another one. Kicker arrives June 8, seven years since their last official release as a band. The four-song project is also their first for Polyvinyl, and it finds the band — particularly co-songwriters Matt Pyror and Jim Suptic — setting new, grown-up concerns about marriage and family life to the kind of upbeat and melodically assured guitar music that they’ve always been known for.” – FADER

Psyko Steve Presents Fall 2015: The Best Metal, Punk And Rock Coming to Phoenix

We made a video trailer of all the great metal, punk and rock show we are bringing this fall.

8/28: MUTOID MAN at The Rebel Lounge
9/18: FOUR YEAR STRONG & DEFEATER at Club Red
9/22: THE SHRINE at Pub Rock Live
10/7: SHAM 69 at The Rebel Lounge
10/10: CASPIAN at The Rebel Lounge
10/20: THE SWORD at Club Red
10/22: RED FANG at The Rebel Lounge
10/23: ACT OF DEFIANCE & ALLEGAEON at Club Red
10/31: SKINNY PUPPY on Halloween Night! at The Rialto Theatre
11/11: THE FALL OF TROY & KYLESA at Club Red
11/12: MAYHEM & WATAIN at Club Red
11/25: TESSERACT at Club Red
12/1: SILVERSTEIN & SENSES FAIL at The Nile Theatre
12/17: GRAVEYARD at Crescent Ballroom

Chuck Ragan – Something May Catch Fire (video)

I am very excited to have one of my all time favorite song writers in town this week. Chuck Ragan & The Camaraderie will be at Crescent Ballroom on Thursday May 8th. You may know Chuck as the lead singer of Hot Water Music.

Check will be at Crescent with The White Buffalo and Jonny Two Bags (of Social Distortion).

Get tickets here.

Check out his new video for “Something May Catch Fire” of his new album Till Midnight out now on SideOneDummy.

An Acoustic Evening with The Maine – Live from Tempe Center for the Arts Trailer

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Back in February I put on a show for The Maine at Tempe Center For The Arts. The show was SOLD OUT. It was part of their “An Acoustic Evening with” tour. It was one of the coolest vibes of any show I have ever done. The Maine have some of the most dedicated fans out there and Tempe Center For The Arts is just an incredible setting for any show.

The Maine filmed the whole show for a live movie and documentary that is out now. Bellow is the trailer for the film. It was filmed by the good folks at Kachina Creative Studios. This is the first show I have ever done to be documented like this and that is kind of rad.

If you are a fan of the band this is a must see.

Head to www.81twentythree.com to stream/download the movie!

Live Under The Mill – Recap

On Friday April 4th I hosted the second in the LIVE UNDER THE MILL series at the Hayden Flour Mill. The show served as the Vinyl Release for the Dry River Yacht Club album “El Tigre.” The above video was filmed that night.

Also on the bill that night were Jared & The Mill, Phoenix Afrobeat Orchestra, Some Dark Hollow, Dj Sean Watson, and visuals all night projected on the Mill itself by Matt Castelberry.

I want to thank everyone who came out that night. The Live Under The Mill series is becoming one of my favorite events out of all the events I put on. It wouldn’t work with out so many great people coming out and making the night such a success.

The above video was filmed and edited by Sundawg Media. I could not be more pleased with how it came out. Hope you like it.

In addition to all the great bands that played that night I would also like to thank Four Peaks Brewery and the Downtown Tempe Community, Inc. for helping make it happen.

Hope to see you all at the Mill next time.