PhxGoth Presents: Club Nocturne

Club Nocturne is back with Underworld, another all-night party of dark moody dance music curated by local band and DJ duo Bella Lune and DJ Kevin Brown aka Athan Grey of Nitewave Radio. DJs ///she/// and Lolita are joining them this month to spin gloomy tunes that make people dressed in black move and shake. […]

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Interview: Sidewalks and Skeletons

Since 2012, London’s Sidewalks and Skeletons has been dishing out albums of eerie, downtempo synth tunes that evoke the occult, midnight strolls, and the essence of independent horror flicks. While typically characterized as “witch house,” mastermind Jake Lee explores compositions that are low and somber, high and frantic, and all polarities of ambient and crushing […]

Interview: DJ AthanGrey aka Kevin Brown

DJ Kevin Brown has been a staple in Phoenix’s dance scenes and a revered DJ around the world since the 80’s. His repertoire includes industrial, post-punk, acid house, techno, and much more. He’s proven himself to be an essential component of the underground and a respected force among more mainstream crowds as well.   His latest […]

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Scorpius Dance Theatre Presents: The Vampire Ball

After years of putting on the renowned Vampire Tale, Phoenix’s own “Nutcracker of Halloween,” Scorpius Dance Theatre, in partnership with Davisson Entertainment, is taking over the beautiful Grand Ballroom (formerly Club Palazzo) for a bloodsucking blowout extravaganza, just in time for All Hallows Eve. The Vampire Ball is drama, decadence, and gravitas, brought by the performers […]

Gothic Insanity: Weekly live podcasts with DJ MasterMel

Don’t miss Gothic Insanity, a live podcast every week with DJ MasterMel. Mastermel has been serving Phoenix’s dark music community for years. In addition to weekly servings of tracks from the goth/industrial hotbed that spans the world, he’s also devoted entire DJ sets to local favorites Bella Lune and Alter Der Ruine. And if you’re good […]

Interview: The Strand 2016

Interview with Dave of The Strand 2016   Dave Strand deserves a gold medal for being this long in the tooth with The Strand, his nearly two decade-old, electro-industrial project. A laundry list of defunct or inactive bands in the Arizona scene would be lengthy, but The Strand have always prevailed with changing trends and other […]

Review: A Place to Bury Strangers Live

The stage presence of A Place to Bury Strangers is the embodiment of their music’s atmosphere. All three members have impeccable command of the sonic pyrotechnics they create, peering over the edge of total self-destruction but never entirely letting go of control. If they had let all hell break loose, Pub Rock Live would no longer be standing.