U.S. Bombs

Love’em or hate’em, the US BOMBS are a part of American Punk Rock history.

Skate · Street

The Father Figures

With a storied pedigree like The Father Figures possess, the three elder statesmen musicians usher in a Post-Skate-Punk apocalypse for the senses.

Post-Skate-Punk · Punk

The Cocky Bitches

When Paul Leary, legendary guitarist and producer of the Butthole Surfers, says he’s got some new music to share, the first thing you do is shut up and listen.

Avant-Garde · Experimental · Psych Punk

Moonlight Magic

Mesmerizing Neo-Exotica and Swinging Lounge Sounds with a distinctly vintage Arizona twist!

Neo-Exotica · Swing


In 1984, Peters entered Beer Vats Studios in San Francisco with his early band, Firesports, and recorded six songs, two which have solely survived 32 years.


Political Crap

Originating from a rocky start in 1980 in Irvine, CA, Political Crap was one of the first musical creations from punk rock pioneer, Duane Peters.


The Linecutters

The Linecutters are a three-piece band from the east valley that have been infecting the Phoenix area with their ska/punk infused sound one show at a time.

Punk · Ska · Thrash

Sad Kid

Sad Kid's musical mood swings and dark and gritty delivery assures you that you're listening to punks with actual real-world problems.


The Brainz

Post-prog pre-death punk rockers, The Brainz, were noisy, menacing, and one of the best punk rock bands to ever pull itself out of the Phoenix desert.

Post-Progressive · Punk

Nip Drivers

What separates the Nip Drivers from other punk rock peers is a fantastic combination of killer riffs, attitude, and a razor sharp sense of humor.

Hardcore · Punk


Real deal first generation Phoenix punks, Exterminators, harken the days of yore while retaining a timeless punk rock sound any seasoned degenerate will love.

Punk · Rock


Surfbort's nihilistic art-damaged brand of punk rock from Brooklyn, NY sounds like GG Allin butt fucked Pussy Galore and gave birth to a mutant Sonic Youth baby.

Filth · Punk

Scorpion Vs. Tarantula

Bred in Michigan and raised in Arizona, Phoenix-based punk ‘n’ rollers Scorpion Vs. Tarantula stuff their no-frills, high-impact sledgehammer punk 'n' roll down blood-gargling throat.

Garage · Punk · Rock


Perhaps the most infamous first-wave Phoenix band of all time, the Feederz were boundary-pushing, outrageous, and beautifully offensive.

Punk · Rock

The Christian Family

Gospel garage rockers for the end times, the Phoenix boy-girl duo, The Christian Family, peels off catchy lo-fi nuggets with charm to spare.

Garage · Lo-Fi · Punk · Rock


Mind-melting psych-punk genius weirdos from Austin, TX that victimize its listeners with demented dork rock with a mean streak.

Psych · Punk

Our Neighbors Suck

The embodiment of the classic song, White Punks on Dope, ONS threw the best parties and rocked the fuck out the Phoenix scene through much of the 1980s.

Psych · Punk

The Bulemics

The Bulemics deliver pure hostility from Austin's longest-running punk rock wrecking ball with buzzsaw punk 'n' roll that gets stuck in your mind like a fishing hook.

Hardcore · Punk

The Besmirchers

The Besmirchers bring mentally deranged "fuck you" brand punk from Tucson that collide Gutter punk styles with '80s hardcore and a lunatic for a frontman.

Hardcore · Punk · Scum

Red Squares

A snapshot of Phoenix's punk origins, Red Squares are slashing, tuneful Killed by Death-style classic punk rock from 1981.

Lo-Fi · Punk · Rock

The Scandals

Unrelenting and unforgiving, The Scandals bulldoze their way across the nation and around the world with thrash-influenced UK82 street punk.

Punk · Street · Thrash

Mighty Sphincter

Mighty Sphincter are death rock pioneers from the original Phoenix underground scene that have been influencing goth-rockers for four decades.

Goth · Rock


One of the few Tempe bands Phoenix punks would drive to the east side to see on a regular basis, Insurrection brought the attitude, guts, and killer riffs the locals were craving in the mid-to-late 1980s.

Hardcore · Punk · Skate


In the mid-'80s, Tucson's Useless Pieces of Shit (UPS) slathered ahead-of-its-time speed punk on a town obsessed with boring neo-pyschedelia.

Hardcore · Punk · Scum