The Father Figures Dish on Phoenix's Punk Rock Glory Days

In this week's issue, we chat with the members of Phoenix art-punk band The Father Figures, discussing the band's phenomenal sophomore album, All About Everything. We ended up with quite a bit of information left over from our 90-minute interview, so in this installment of Outtakes, we'll crack open the tape recorder and let a whole bunch of good material that didn't make the print edition see the light of day.

See also:

-The Father Figures Play Punk With No Rules -Gregg Turkington on Punk in Tempe, the '80s, and a Band As Good as Black Flag -JFA Celebrates 30 Years of Skate Punk -More Oral History of Phoenix Skate Punk -Download: The Father Figures Cover The Feederz Classic "Avon Lady"

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