The Lovelost is a bilingual indie band based in Phoenix, performing Indie pop, Indie Dreampop, Eclectic, with songs in English and Spanish.
Jody Livingston is a young painter from Chandler, Arizona. He has been painting for the last 6 years and has works displayed in various locations around Phoenix, Chandler and Mesa.
Known for their fierce live performances and relentless touring, Phoenix-based Latin-Reggae-Rock band, Fayuca blends their cultural roots and mother tongue with the ethos of Reggae and the passion of Progressive Punk. The end result is an intimate explosion of heady, sultry stoner rock with a Cumbia-Reggae twist.
Fronted by lead vocalist/guitarist, Gabo and drummer, Rafael, Fayuca has released 4 studio albums since their launch in 2005 and continues to write and record new music regularly. In May of 2013, Fayuca released their Fervor Records debut, Barrio Sideshow, made with platinum producer, Ralph Patlan (Megadeth, Jaime Foxx). Not only was their album called one of the ‘Most Anticipated Releases of by ThePier.Org, but Fayuca also won the High Times Magazine Doobie award for Best New/Underground Artist in Austin at SXSW.
Since the launch of Barrio Sideshow, Fervor Records has released three music videos, one of which is currently airing on MTVU. The all-Spanish video “Por Que Seguir”, Fayuca’s anthem to the oppressed, highlights their eclectic influences and bilingual, multi-cultural palette. For more information, please visit www.fayuca-music.com
Third Eye Production Studio is located in a quiet Arizona suburb. This flourishing 1500 square foot private recording facility features both analog & digital format recording. With 30 years experience in the music industry, services include Commercial Production, Music Production, Audio for Video, Sound Design, Scoring to Video, Recording Voice-Overs, Digital Audio Editing, Multi-Track Music Recording, Sweetening Audio, Composing and providing solutions to almost any audio challenge.
Rob Maebe and Derek McFarland are stand up comedians with completely opposite styles. Rob Maebe is 30 years old and has won various comedy competitions. Derek McFarland is 26 years old and is newer to the comedy world, but has great routines and is making a name for himself. Both Rob and Derek perform at various clubs every week in the Phoenix area.
Angie Gomez was raised in the unique mining town of Superior, Arizona. She is a 1996 graduate of Ray High School in nearby Kearny, Arizona. Angie grew up listening to and was influenced by the sounds of Whitney Houston, Carlos Santana, Gloria Estefan, Mariah Carey, and Madonna. Angie now lives in Mesa, Arizona and makes her livelihood by entertaining people as the Midday Diva (9am – 2pm) on Phoenix’s original “Old School” radio station Mega 104.3 FM, and as the lead vocalist for the very popular music group Power Drive.
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Chaz Salazar is a success story from Rosie’s House, the downtown Phoenix-based non-profit providing lessons and instruments for young musicians. Chaz began playing the flute in fifth grade, and eventually went on to win a spot on the National Public Radio show From the Top, garnering a Jack Kent Cooke Young Artist Award and performing on several broadcasts.
From that experience he was inspired to coach weekly sectionals and give private lessons to students at Valley View, his alma mater. Keep an eye out for Salazar’s future performances — he’s an active member of Buck’s flute studio at ASU, and he occasionally offers free community recitals.
Dr. Sung Lee, of Brain State Technologies, wires up STEM Journals adventurer Brad Piccirillo, to collect brain activity data.
Understanding sports psychology can actually make you a better player. STEM Journals Brad Piccirillo hits the practice field at ASU, to talk to a couple of sports scientists about their research.
STEM Journals Brad Piccirillo gets a lesson from “Magic Tony” Barnhart about how a simple card trick, can trick our mind.
Dr. Sung Lee, of Brain State Technologies, uses a bicycle to demonstrate how trauma affects brain functioning.
STEM Journals Brad Piccirillo visits “Magic Tony” Barnhart, on the Arizona State University campus, to learn about his research on Inattentional Blindness; how magic tricks our minds.