the State press
One living room in Tempe moonlights as a lively music and art venue featuring audio reactive projections
Electricity shook us the first time we entered The Sunroom. Was it the motley crew of fervent devotees, cast across the backyard? Or the attention to detail which goes into their events - from the painstaking lineup curation to tailored visual accompaniments. Maybe it's because there are four incredibly-imaginative dudes who live there.
by Jacob Unterreiner - The most organic artistic spaces are always only half-planned and The Sunroom is no different. The collective 'collected' two years ago when a group of four friends moved into a house in Tempe.
Phoenix New Times
The exterior walls of a tan stucco house rattle with sounds it can barely contain. If the next-door neighbors were in their yard, they could make out a few instruments and recognize the genre of music - something loud. Two doors down, you might hear the depths of a bass or the ting of a hi-hat.