Bear Ghost Track Bear Ghost on Bandsintown Any band whose mantra is, “Out to groove you, move you, and also to behoove you” is a-ok with us. Phoenix four-piece, Bear Ghost promises just that, and has made a name for themselves in the Valley for their unique blend of hip-hop, punk, rock, and pop sounds. Although new to the industry, this band came in with a bang in 2014 with their debut EP, Your Parents

McDowell Mountain Music Festival 2017 Lineup Announced

Posted by admin on  November 3, 2016
Category: Front, press
FLUME, THE SHINS, CHROMEO, & GROUPLOVE to Headline the 2017 McDowell Mountain Music Festival (M3F) AZ’s 100 % nonprofit music festival announces eclectic lineup for the 14th annual celebration on March 3-5, 2017 at Hance Park in Downtown, Phoenix. Get Tickets Here Phoenix, Arizona – November 3, 2016 – McDowell Mountain Music Festival is ecstatic to announce the lineup for the 14th annual music Festival on March 3-5, 2017. This year M3F brings top headliners
If you are a fan of great local music and you haven’t heard Bear Ghost’s full-length debut album, Blasterpiece, I’m going to assume that you’ve spent the first half of this year in a cave. First of all, Bear Ghost is probably the most fun band in town to see live or listen to on record. “Fun” is an element that seems to be lost on a lot of indie bands, and it’s damned refreshing to

New Music from Bear Ghost and More

Posted by admin on  June 2, 2016
Category: Front, press
Originally posted on Phoenix New Times – Mitchell Hillman It was a complete surprise when Bear Ghost dropped a new single this week, so quick on the heels of releasing one of the best local albums of the year. It was even more of a surprise that Mario Yniguez, Dalin Gonzalez, and Matt Storto of Harrison Fjord joined them for guest vocals. Topping the list of surprises is that “Let Us Vote” is an upfront

30 acts you need to see at Viva PHX 2016 – AZ Central

Posted by admin on  March 10, 2016
Category: press
Bear Ghost at Viva PHX 2016 These Mesa rockers definitely occupy the more eccentric fringe of the new-millennial art-rock spectrum on this awe-inspiring followup to “Your Parents Are Only Marginally Disappointed in Your Musical Taste.” “Introduction to Blasterpiece” opens the set with a demented funk-rock march that sounds like it was written to accompany Tim Burton down the rabbit hole, especially when the vocals kick in with a chant of “Welcome, you are here to