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Support Local: Nov. 28 – Dec. 1

Support Local

This week features three fun events with some of the best local bands Arizona has to offer. Whether you live near Phoenix, Scottsdale, or don’t feel like leaving your couch,  you can still support local bands and businesses over the next few days.

Wednesday features a live video stream while a popular local band records a new song, Friday is a six-band party to support an album release, and Saturday boasts a live, acoustic performance of a newly released album at a local coffee shop.

See below for details on all three events…

Support LocalOn Wednesday, Nov. 28, Mergence will be recording its track “White Bark” while fans watch from an online video stream. The Recording Artist is a website that follows bands into the studio to film the recording process and live stream the footage to viewers.

For $3.99 a month, fans receive a Viewer Only membership and can watch the recording sessions and receive a download of the song once it’s complete. Those who want to be more involved can pay $5.99 a month for a Full Access membership that allows subscribers to chat online with musicians while they work, receive access to footage of every band who has recorded in the studio and download music from each artist.

WHO: Mergence
WHAT: Live video stream while recording “White Bark.”
WHERE: Online
WHEN: Wednesday, Nov. 28, 7 P.M.
HOW MUCH: $3.99/Viewer Only, $5.99/Full Access


Support LocalFriday, Nov. 30 features six local bands and a DJ at Crescent Ballroom for the Gospel Claws album release show.

The band released its nine-track album Put Your Sunshine Away on Nov. 20 and has recruited local friends Zero Zero, Vial of Sound, KNESSET, Sleep Money, Me Vale Madre and DJ Rick Carter to help celebrate.

WHO: Gospel Claws and friends
WHAT: Put Your Sunshine Away release party
WHERE: Crescent Ballroom, 308 N. 2nd Ave.
WHEN: Friday, Nov. 30, 8 P.M.
HOW MUCH: $8


Support LocalThe Technicolors will be playing its newly released debut album Listener live, from start to finish, on Saturday, Dec. 1. This acoustic show is free and starts at 9 P.M. at Cartel Coffee Lab in Scottsdale.

Listener was produced by 22-year-old lead singer Brennan Smiley and recorded over a 10-day span at Studio at the Farm in Gilbert.

 

WHO: The Technicolors
WHAT: Acoustic performance of Listener.
WHERE: Cartel Coffee Lab, 7124 E 5th Ave.
WHEN: Saturday, Dec. 1, 9 P.M.
HOW MUCH: FREE

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