Fairy Bones new music video ‘Notes From Wonderland’ drops!

Fairy Bones new music video ‘Notes From Wonderland’ drops!

We are proud to reveal the newest and most exciting music video yet from Fairy Bones.  Straight from their full-length album ‘Dramabot’ is ‘Notes from Wonderland’.  Here’s the official press release:     Fairy Bones Release Music Video for “Notes From Wonderland” Full-Length Album Dramabot Available Now (Phoenix, March 25, 2016) – Fairy Bones is excited to release via Phoenix New Times the music video to “Notes From Wonderland,” off their full-length album Dramabot. The music video was directed by Brandon McGill and Chelsey Louise and features Seth Powers as the lead role of Alice. CLICK HERE to read the full Phoenix New Times review by Mitchell Hillman and watch the video. “Notes from Wonderland” takes a unique twist on the “Alice in Wonderland” theme by introducing an intense and sordid love between Alice (Seth Powers) and Red Queen (Chelsey Louise). Alice wakes up in a bizarre, underground world where he meets the sleazy Caterpillar (Matthew Foos), the psychopathic Cheshire Cat (Robert Ciuca), and the gluttonous Mad Hatter (Ben Foos). On his way to meet the Red Queen to put an end to their sadistic relationship, he is consumed by the deviant behavior of her Kingdom’s subjects. After debuting his documentary Beneath The Surface at Phoenix Comicon, Brandon McGill has returned with his first music video directorial debut, “Notes from Wonderland.” McGill, an accomplished body painter, is intrigued by creative extremes. Dark textures, inventive prosthetics, and dashes of negative space live harmoniously with a vivid color palate. Making her third directorial appearance, Chelsey Louise’s “Waiting” music video was widely praised: Phoenix New Times featured the release of the video, calling it “one demented house party,” while both Sounds Around Town and azcentral called it one of the “Best Music Videos of 2014.” Recently named “Best Local Band” by Phoenix New Times in...
Captain Squeegee and Fairy Bones performing at MMMF 2016

Captain Squeegee and Fairy Bones performing at MMMF 2016

We are excited to announce that two of our artists, Captain Squeegee and Fairy Bones, will be performing at the McDowell Mountain Music Festival in 2016. Official announcement: McDowell Mountain Music Festival Announces 2016 Lineup AZ’s 100% non-profit music festival mixes Indie, Electronic and Jam roots for 13th anniversary celebration   PHOENIX, Ariz. (November 13, 2015) – Calling all music fans: McDowell Mountain Music Festival (M3F) announces the lineup for the 13th annual Festival on March 11-13, 2016. The lineup is as follows by day in alphabetical order (no set order): Friday- Animal Collective, Beck, Big Wild. Saturday- Goldfish, GRiZ, The Main Squeeze, M!nt, Porter Robinson Live, St. Lucia. Sunday- The Avett Brothers, Bird Dog, Gary Clark Jr., Kaleo. Locals- Captain Squeegee, The Haymarket Squares, The Senators, Gus Campbell, Harper & The Moths, CooBee Coo, Huckleberry, Fairy Bones, Ruca (set times and dates TBA). More local and national acts coming soon. As Arizona’s 100% non-profit music festival, M3F is proud to continue its alliance with two local, family-based, non-profit beneficiaries: Phoenix Children’s Hospital Foundation and UMOM New Day Center. Since 2004, the Festival has raised more than $1 million for charity. $120,000 was raised for charity during the 2015 festival. Additional details regarding the Festival will be released in months to come, including enhanced experiences for 2016, contests, promo events, and more. VIP, three-day, and single-day tickets will go on sale November 17th at www.mmmf.com. For the latest information, visit www.mmmf.com, or Facebook (www.facebook.com/mcdowellmountainmusicfestival). About McDowell Mountain Music Festival McDowell Mountain Music Festival is Arizona’s musical celebration of Community x Culture x Charity. Since its inception in 2004, McDowell Mountain Music...
Fairy Bones releases new music video “Banshee”

Fairy Bones releases new music video “Banshee”

From the moment Matthew Foos’ pounding drum lead penetrates your senses, you’re captured. Fairy Bones’ latest music video from their song “Banshee” (released June 02 2015) hits like a locomotive and refuses to pull any punches for an exhilarating two minutes and fifteen seconds that will leave you begging for more. Banshee is track eleven on the band’s first full length album “Dramabot” that was released back in February of 2015. Director Jeremy Tremp and Styling Team Kelly Gordon Sahr and Dictator Fantasyland expertly capture the bands electric energy in a way that is simultaneously hypnotic and unsettling. With the piercing glare of lead singer Chelsey Louise, vicious licks and various costumes of Robert Ciuca, and pulsing rhythms of brothers Ben and Matthew Foos, “Banshee” cuts like a scythe and leaves a lasting impression that will warrant multiple...
Fairy Bones releases first full-length album Dramabot

Fairy Bones releases first full-length album Dramabot

We are extremely honored and priveleged to annouce the release of Fairy Bones’ first full-length album “Dramabot.”  The album consistently portrays the musician’s souls and complements a fitting view of the bands identity.    It’s a huge accomplishment for the band, and we hope to show the world who Fairy Bones is with this debut album.   When Robert and Chelsey first got together with brothers Matt and Ben Fooss in 2013 no one knew that they would go on to brew a magical blend of Alternative-Dance-Punk that would win over the hearts of hundreds of local Arizona music fans.  After the release of their self titled Ep, Fairy Bones spent a large amount of their time playing shows around town and introducing themselves to the Phoenix music scene.  People started to latch on and Fairy Bones began to take off.  It was that love that inspired the band to record Dramabot.  The band had made such a connection with their fans that they succesfully crowdfunded the production of the album with a well planned campaign. For Dramabot, they decided to team up with Producer Bob Hoag at Flying Blanket Studios in Mesa, AZ.   Hoag has produced the likes of The Ataris, Dear and the Headlights, The Format, and Gin Blossoms to name a few.  The band was pretty excited to get to work to say the least.  After their work was done at Flying Blanket Studios, they sent the album to Jason Livermore at The Blasting Room for mastering.  The original cover design was done by Teddy Pancake and the Fairy Bones’ first album was finally ready for the...