Flowering in Hopeless Hearts: Saturday Service #55

Saturday Service #55 takes its name from the fantastic “Caterpiller” by The Cure – Saturday Service 55 features BRAND NEW The Black Moods, The Deadbeat Cousins, Megan & Shane and Authority Zero.

Church of Rock #110

Church of Rock is the weekly playlist that keeps you plugged into #AzIndie. Be sure to check back weekly, keep the new in your ear holes!

On Your Side When Engines Die

Saturday Service #54 Featuring Hazen, Comptalo, I Am Hologram, Megan & Shane, Mississippi Nova, and Birds & Arrows

Bionic Blood Pump : Church of Rock 109

Church of Rock is the weekly playlist that keeps you in touch with what is new and exciting in the world of Arizona Indie Music. As always, song six is a National Artist guest, and that song lends the name to the playlist.

Saturday Service: Special Edition

Saturday Service: Special Edition. STREAM the new documentary REZ METAL for free from the Smithsonian National Museum of the American Indian until Nov 18th!

Second Guessing Inspirtation – Church of Rock

Church of Rock is the weekly playlist of Arizona Indie coolness put together Ghost Writer style. This is your one stop shop to follow the Best of Arizona Indie!

Can’t Feel This Low Anymore

Can’t Feel This Low Anymore. Saturday Service Week 53. Featuring Brand New AZ Music Videos to take MTV Back to School!

Are They Still Transplants?

Birds + Arrows left North Carolina on a voyage of artistic discovery. They landed in the Sonoran Desert, and they blossomed into a force.

The Hookworm Slide

For five years, Ryan B. Clark has written the local Arizona Music Blog – Keep The Greasy Side Down. It has evolved and grown, and now has a very nice calendar of established weekly content. As Hookworm Records has erupted from the desert, you may have noticed more and more synergy between the different parts of the Ghost Writer World.

Popping Bubble Gum with Lillith

Yes we try to keep that alive. I worry the shuffling of resources or lack of them before and now even more challenging after 2020 ate some holes in places to play and the flow. But hopefully more outdoor opportunities to play arrive because we have so much space and great weather! Yes it’s always been an eccentric energy of making something out of nothing out of leftover crumbs and dust in Tucson. That pride of finding the brilliant and cozy in ugly or sun bleached is held sacred.