This is our last round of music videos from the locals here in Arizona for 2017. Absolutely the last until next year and it’s quite a mix that your friendly desert dwellers have concocted for the ears of all who will partake. We have some spooky songs, some loud songs, some pseudo-devil magic, and a whole lot of just plain good times. So, grab a buddy and check out the most recent A/V treats, won’t you?
September 2nd was old school Psychobilly night at the Yucca as the one and only Frantic Flintsones made a rare stop in The Valley. It was a real treat and I am glad I was able to go and see some cool bands and take a few pics. This particular scene is not like it was a few years back, especially here in Arizona but there will always be the true diehards and there are plenty of them to sustain things until the next revival.
Back on June 16th Canadian Psycho band The Creepshow made another stop in the valley and this time played to a nice sized Tuesday crowd at the Yucca Tap Room. No strangers to most of us in Arizona they usually play here at least once a year and always make it a fun night.
The Limit Club Wild Four E.P. Phantom Cat Records (2014)
The Limit Club has released a 7” vinyl colored record. When I heard about it I was beyond excited for the group. Being a musician myself and having the experience of hearing my own music spinning on a wax was something special so I knew that Nick, Juan, Nick Dave & Monty had to be stoked! Nick Feratu, the recognizable front man of the band since 2005, sent me a message asking for one of us at the AZ KAOS team to do a review. If you don’t know, AZKAOS was originally started as a paper zine to help promote bands, shows, and anything else we saw fit at the time. The Limit Club was the first band we had do an interview, so this felt very personal for me to have the honor of listening to their new EP.
It is not often that we get a chance to cover Psychobilly or Rockabilly for AZK so were very happy to have the opportunity to shoot the Rev and Nekromantix a few weeks ago at The Marquee and we even got to interview the Nekroman himself. Both bands have their share of die hard fans and a lot of them made it to the Saturday show making it a pretty big crowd.