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Album Review: First Aid Kit – Stay Gold

June 11, 2014 in Uncategorized

Small_Gold_Album_-_First_Aid_KitFirst Aid Kit

Stay Gold

Release Date: June 10th, 2014


Score: 8.7

By Zachary Kaczmarek


First Aid Kit’s style of folk-pop –which may very well be one of the most fresh perspective’s the genre has had to offer in the last decade – masterfully flirts with the traditional twang-laden sounds of the 70s and the tight structured melodies of contemporary folk. With only three full length albums and one EP under their belt – Stay Gold being the third – the Söderberg twins, Johanna and Klara, already feel like mainstays in folk, constructing melancholic songs that are equally uplifting as they are heartbreaking, all while laying down greatly impassioned acoustic chord progressions and classic sounding harmonized vocals. Stay Gold builds upon First Aid Kit’s last album, The Lion’s Roar, and its successes – vivid storytelling, an energetic mix of instruments, and beautifully harmonized choruses.

Emotionally, First Aid Kit maintain their conflicted view of the world by neatly juxtaposing life’s joys with its treacherous roads and deep-seated fears of fading and becoming a shell of what once was. The title track addresses these concerns with an ominous string section looming overhead and powerful chorus lines that slice right through the heart – “What if a hard work ends in despair?/What if the road won’t take me there?/Oh, I wish for once, we could stay gold.” Throughout the record the Söderbergs consistently hit the mark by unabashedly wearing their hearts on their sleeves and wrapping their best compositions around the raw moments and revelations. “Shattered and Hollow” makes a similar imprint in large part due to humble admissions – “I am in love and I am lost/But I’d rather be broken than empty” – the gentle pitter patter of snare drums, and a swiftly finger-picked guitar melody.

The nucleus of Stay Gold however, is not when First Aid Kit is at their lowest but rather when they’re triumphantly embracing their disposition. “My Silver Lining” pairs unyielding lyrics – “These shackles I’ve made in an attempt to be free/Be it for reason, be it for love/I won’t take the easy road” – with a fascinating interaction between Klara Söderberg’s guitar fills and the piercing downward-spiraling string section in the background, cementing it as one of their most endearing songs to date. Aside from being the marquee track on the album, it also shows how far the sister duo has progressed, stacking walls of harmonious sound and enough hooks to fill multiple songs, which is a far cry from simplified guitar and keyboard driven staples in their catalog like “Ghost Town” or “Tangerine”.

Softer confessionals like “Cedar Lane” serve as a reminder that before First Aid Kit stepped into this new realm folk that is littered with alluring pop hooks and dramatic arrangements they were a traditional folk duo capable of evoking tears with nothing the bare minimum. Whichever gear they choose to manipulate the heart, Johanna and Klara Söderberg do so with precision and grace, bridging the gap between the classic folk and the complex pop-infused songs that have elevated their status as songwriters. While Stay Gold may not be sexy, unpredictable, or fringe, its consistency in an age where even the most veteran acts can put out a dud ends up being the saving grace.

Essential Tracks: “My Silver Lining”, “Stay Gold”, “Waitress Song”, “Fleeting One”

FREE MUSIC Downloads – Yoga Butt

February 8, 2013 in LIVE ON KWSS 106.7FM, Uncategorized

This mornings freestyle session for you to listen to and download. Andrew Duncan Brown, Marc Norman, Beef Vegan and Morris join the Hourglass Cats in a rendition of Yoga Butt.

Here is the original version song by Cori Rios from The Hourglass Cats


January 20, 2013 in Uncategorized

WOW Last night was quite the amazing event at Crescent Ballroom downtown. An all ages show for the album release of Phoenix Indy Rockers Iamwe proved to be the show of the week for sure!!. With supporting acts like Wooden Indian giving us a “spacey” opening with their all star cast of musicians. I dont know about you but there is something to be said about a band that switches up positions and instruments throughout the entire set….. two drummers….. and almost everyone plays every instrument…. all we can say is Wooden Indian you are talented.

Following Wooden Indians opening we began the rocking out to the “Brit Pop” sounds of The Technicolors. Their song “Sweet Time” definitely got the crowd going. By the time the Technicolors went on stage the place was already sold out and everyone was anticipating the arrival of IAMWE to follow.

The stage was set for Iamwe to perform around 10:30 pm. The Crescent Ballroom was sold out, there was a buzz of excitement in the air and we were ready to rock. The stage had a white screen sheet across the back wall behind the band that had amazing imagery being painted by a projector throughout their performance. They had cameras on stage broadcasting instantly to several old TV screens on the front of the stage. IAMWE brought a world class performance with a world class presentation to their local aLbum release party and their performance entranced the audience. “So They Say” was a huge fan favorite along with a cover of “Changes” ( The Way it is – Bruce Hornsby / Tupac). All in all the night was a huge success. Pretty amazing since this was the bands first ever headlining show.

Make sure you check out the new album from IAMWE at

Check out Phoenix Newtimes Photos of the Night taken by Jim Louvau
Full Slide show here:

And the Winner is…..

January 18, 2013 in Uncategorized

The Veragroove wins the Battle to Headline Crescent Ballroom. Check out the set times below and make sure you get your tickets online or early cause it will sell out!!!

We will be down at Crescent Ballroom during Happy hour with all of these artists playing and performing some of their tracks acoustic. Come on down.

7pm Ruca
8pm Catfish Mustache
9pm The Wiley One
10pm Black Bottom Lighters
11pm The VeraGroove

Get your tickets at

iTUNES Launched in South Africa with Kongos at #1

January 18, 2013 in Uncategorized

What great news! #1 album and songs #1,3,4 on iTunes SA Rock Chart from our very own Kongos!! We are so proud of these 4 amazingly talented brothers. In a couple weeks they will be heading to Europe to tour with Dispatch and our good friends Awolnation. Their first performance back in the states we here is going to be Friday Night of McDowell Mt. Music Festival at its new location downtown immediately before The Shins.

You can check out more about the Kongos at


January 15, 2013 in Uncategorized


TMI has an amazing weekend ahead filled with some of the most entertaining groups in Arizona. Friday night at Crescent Ballroom The Battle to Headline East Vrs West featuring Black Bottom Lighters, The Veragroove, The Wiley One, Catfish Mustache, and Ruca.

7pm Ruca
8pm Catfish Mustache
9pm The Wiley One

Black Bottom Lighters Vs. The Veragroove
10pm (Runner Up)
11pm (Headliner)

You can vote now on the right side bar.

Presale tickets are online at

Saturday Night is the I AM WE Album Release Party Featuring The Technicolors, Wooden Indian, and I AM WE at Crescent Ballroom. The Show has a $10 Cover and NEW CDS and Vinyls will be on sale.

Doors at 7:30pm
Wooden Indian
The Technicolors

Presale tickets are online at

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