Brian Coughlin chimed in on three tracks from local artists in last week's installment of Sound Off with Jason Woodbury. Now you can hear what he and local indie rockers, Kinch, have to offer with their latest effort The Incandenza streaming online.
The new record picks up where 2009 EP, Col ... More >>
Welcome to the latest installment of our weekly feature, Sound Off, where Jason P. Woodbury is joined by a different guest each week to listen to and discuss three tracks from local Phoenix artists. If you would like your songs to be considered for future Sound Off columns, please email music ... More >>
Phoenix indie band Kinch has an ambitious plan to promote their new record: residencies in three cities.Starting in January the band will play Monday nights at the Silverlake Lounge in Los Angeles, Tuesday nights
at the Soda Bar in San Diego, and Saturday nights at the Rogue Bar in
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Brian Coughlin of KinchThe Thermals at Rhythm RoomBrian Coughlin, guitarist for local indie pop band Kinch, is famous.After The Thermals, whom Kinch play with Wednesday, November 17 at Rhythm Room, announced they were looking for fans to bring Furbies (those cute/creepy little toys) to shows, Cou ... More >>
The Minibosses are scheduled to perfom on Saturday at Modified Arts.
'Tis the season for saving some scrilla, whether that means camping out in the cold to nab some doorbusters, or bring stingy when it comes to spending your entertainment dollar. Discount distractions and cheap thrills abound fro ... More >>
There are sure to be a dozen or so shows holiday-themed shows featuring local bands announced in the coming week or so, but I've got to think Kinch will have pretty much everyone beat. The Phoenix indie rock foursome has a pretty cool shindig lined up for December 22 at Rhythm Room.
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The marquee at Modified, by daylight.After hearing Kinch's new EP, The Economic Chastisement (review here), I was a little worried the boys were going soft on us. Chastisment is a solid CD, but it's so much softer than their previous effort, the album Advances, it was hard for me to get as excited a ... More >>
Turns out I should go to my neighborhood hotel bars more often! Yes, that's Pearl Jam singer Eddie Vedder doing U2's "Where the Streets Have No Name" at the Best Western Dobson Ranch Inn in Mesa. Vedder was in town for the Chicago Cubs 2009 Fantasy Camp, according to Stereogum.Two thoughts: First, E ... More >>