Arizona Wins First Exhibition Game by 51, But Loses 3 Key Players

 

Arizona won their first exhibition game of the season over the College of Idaho 86-35, but it felt like anything other than a win for the Wildcats.

 

Here’s a recap of all of the action that happened during the exhibition game:

 

Arizona loses 3 important players all in the same night:

SWMRS Interview

KAMP's Emily and Olivia sat down with brothers Cole and Max Becker, who constitute half of the Oakland-based quartet SWMRS. They made time to meet up on Halloween evening- just a couple of hours before their set at The Rialto Theatre, which was preceded by tourmates, The Frights, and followed by FIDLAR. The siblings chatted about their favorite hometown artists, weird shit their fans do, the emotional stress caused by a certain producer during the recording of their LP Drive North, and much, much more.

Dusk Music Festival

Acts: 
Matt and Kim
Acts: 
RL Grime
Acts: 
A-Trak
Acts: 
DJ Mustard
Acts: 
Danny Brown
Acts: 
Calexico
Acts: 
Wild Belle
Acts: 
Luna Aura
Acts: 
Gaby Moreno
Concert Date: 
Sat, 10/22/2016
Location: 
Rillito Park

Tucson is a vibrant city deserving of an equally animated music festival. This newly deemed UNESCO city, famous for its eclectic music scene and taste for the arts, was due for such a show.

Reviewer: 
Payton Wells & Andre Pettman (photo: Sean Li Wong)

Hypoluxo Interview

KAMP's Alternative Music Director, Emily, met up with the four-piece NYC-based/Florida-named band, Hypoluxo, at Time Market. The young musicians were fresh off a tour with Phoenix-based labelmates, Pro Teens, whom they played with at La Cocina later that night. While together, Emily and the guys discussed a plethora of hot topics, including (but not limited to): bad Halloween costumes, fun tour stories, what really pisses their bassist off, and of course- their new LP, If Language.


Want to discover some new music? Look no further than KAMP DJ Will Fotter! The Sophomore will play a variety of tunes that everyone will enjoy! Read his interview below:

Hinds Interview

            After getting all riled up from the final presidential debate, I could not have been more excited to sit down and talk to women who “get it.” The badass ladies of Hinds, hailing all the way from Madrid, did not start their garage rock band with the intent of becoming feminist icons- but those are precisely what they have evolved into.

A Conversation With Your Friend

Taryn Miller, who goes under the moniker Your Friend came to 191 Toole last Saturday opening up for Flock of Dimes, the side project of Wye Oak's Jenn Wasner. She released her first full length record Gumption earlier this year out via Domino records. This was the follow up to her EP Jekyll/Hyde, in which she played some tracks off of also. In the past she has toured with a full band, but she is currently touring solo. This might seem a little overwhelming for Taryn, but it made for a very moody and intimate show.

Giraffage's The Bring Me Your Love Tour

Acts: 
Giraffage
Acts: 
Taoist
Acts: 
Phunknasty
Acts: 
Tempus
Concert Date: 
Fri, 10/14/2016
Location: 
Shady Park- Tempe, Arizona

Up until recently, I had been in the demographic of people who strived to attend the craziest and wildest show. While I still enjoy giving up all civility for a couple hours, I think I've also evolved to enjoy a more mellow experience. I actually know that now after a delightful evening with the wonderful Giraffage.

Reviewer: 
Nick Ziolkowski