Onus has established something else near and dear to our heart: a little vintage music. This comes by the way of Heritage Hump Day. Every Wednesday Onus Records offers up a free download of a classic vintage jam.
This is the second week of Heritage Hump Day and features a classic from Tempe’s Pistoleros entitled 1000 Miles. Originally released in 2000 on CD you now have 7 days to download 1000 Miles completely gratis from our friends at Onus Records!
By the way, Pistoleros’s new Fervor Records release dropped January 13th. Check it out on iTunes.Read More
One of the true architects of the “Tempe Sound,” the Pistoleros started out as Mill Avenue mainstays, The Chimeras. The band ultimately landed a major label deal with Hollywood Records and changed their moniker to The Pistoleros. Fast-forward 20 years and the band is still packing venues and rocking as hard as ever. Inking with hometown label Fervor Records, the Pistoleros are starting off 2015 with their Fervor debut, Shine. Songsmiths Mark and Lawrence Zubia’s writing prowess coupled with Lawrence’s soulful Rock vocals deliver across all fronts. The rock solid band cleverly embraces many musical influences throughout the engaging listen and prove once again the Tempe Rock heroes continue to Shine.
Available Jan 13, 2015 on Spotify, Amazon, iTunes (pre-order), and all other music e-retailers! and don’t miss the release party for Shine this weekend at Last Exit Live
Tempe’s legendary New Years Eve bash will feature 2 acts with Fervor ties. The epic Mill Avenue block party has announced the Pistoleros, whose Fervor debut Shine drops January 13th, and Walt Richardson. Walt’s impeccable 1980s Reggae jams are contained in the Fervor Vintage catalog. Also appearing on the bill are Tempe chart toppers, The Gin Blossoms.Read More
Leah Adams of All Access Music catches up with Fervor Records recording artist Super Stereo. Check out the latest from Super Stereo here and stay on top of all the trending musical goodness at All Access Music.Read More
Fayuca is working their way back home on their successful summer tour with pals Ballyhoo, Slightly Stoopid and Pasadena. The boys made stops across Arizona, New Mexico, Texas, Florida, North & South Carolina, Virginia, Delaware, New Jersey, Maryland, Pennsylvania, Nebraska and Colorado. Fayuca winds things up at Summers End Music Fest September 27th in Tempe, AZ.
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Aug 23rd – The Sad Cafe – Plaistow, NH
Aug 24th – Allaboutrecords – Taunton, MA
Aug 26th – Arlene’s Grocery – Manhattan, NY
Aug 27th – The Grape Room – Philadelphia, PA
Aug 30th – Hebe Music – Burlington, NJRead More