KAMP Student Radio sat down with the band A R I Z O N A and talked with them about their new album and how the band came together.
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KAMP Student Radio contributes album reviews on the most recent releases from Dusk 2019 artists.
A total of 10 punk bands came together on Saturday night for a one-time concert at Tempe Beach Park in Tempe. Crowds of skaters gathered near the North Stage while walking into the festival, leaving the remaining metalcore fans to linger on the south side.
As spring approaches, the music scene really begins to blossom. The weather starts warming up, and people finally come out of their winter shells. So, naturally, this rejuvenating time is perfect for attending music festivals.
“Can we do this in an hour? I somehow thought this interview was going to be later today,” JP, alias John Paul Pitts, the lead singer of Surfer Blood asked politely. He seemed busy, which is no surprise, seeing that things seem to be picking up for his American surf-rock band.