Today is Kinch Day on The Blaze

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If any local band deserves a day dedicated to them, we have to agree its Kinch, so we're happy to report that, in honor of the Phoenix foursome's excellent new EP Collars and Sleeves, ASU's student radio station will be celebrating today starting at 2 p.m.

You can listen in to "Kinch Day" at AM 1260 if you live within a few miles of campus or go here to hear the stream or here to download the new EP for free. Today's event features an interview, live performances and, for staffers, a cake. Good times.

Happy Kinch Day, Phoenix.

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