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 V.17 No.17 | April 24 - 30, 2008 

Music to Your Ears

Heavy Metal , Seven Feet Tall and Luminous

Oh, man. As part of the Alibi's Midnight Movie Madness, the Guild Cinema will screen a print of Heavy Metal this weekend. The 1981 movie is a Trifecta of stoner delights: rotoscopic animation, porn 'n' gore-heavy content and a kick-ass soundtrack. Devo, Black Sabbath, Nazareth, Blue Öyster Cult, Cheap Trick, Grand Funk Railroad, Journey, Stevie Nicks and Sammy Hagar are some of the names who pitched in music for the animated fantasy flick. The original movie score was performed by the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra and written by Elmer Bernstein. (He's the composer behind not only The Ten Commandments and The Magnificent Seven, but pop ephemera like the incidental music in Michael Jackson's "Thriller" and the opening signature of National Geographic TV specials. Elmer's the man.) Heavy Metal shows at 11 p.m. on Friday, April 25, and 10:30 p.m. on Saturday, April 26. All seats are $7. And if you miss the opportunity to see Heavy Metal on an actual movie screen, you'll regret for the rest of your life. Just sayin'.

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We Were Born As Ghosts
Tina Larkin

CD Release

We Were Born As Ghosts

Writing a story, painting a picture

While traveling to make their new album at Black Lodge Recording Studios in Eudora, Kan., the members of We Were Born As Ghosts carried a large plastic “E” with them for inspiration. “It reminded us to be epic,” singer/guitarist JD Harding says. “It became our muse during the entire recording process.”

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Cuban hip-hop trio Krudas Cubensi appears 5/1 at Out ch’YondA and 5/2 at UNM.

Spotlight

Hip-Hop Congress

Week long summit promotes local and international hip-hop

Push the presidential debates and other politics aside: The New Mexico Hip-Hop Congress has its own agenda for spreading diversity. NMHHC Organizers Bryan Gibel, Sugar Shane and Travis Cole have been active within New Mexico's hip-hop community for years. With the help of other die-hard activists like Breakin' Hearts breakdance promoter Cyrus Gould, New Mexico's HHC jumped up on its feet last September. Not even one year old, the HHC is building momentum with New Mexico’s first International Hip-Hop Awareness Week.

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Flyer on the Wall

Ahoy, Carr-atey!

High in fiber and, somehow, salt, The Oktober People mutiny with Ghostkimo and Bellemah this Friday, April 25, at Burt’s Salad Bowl. I mean, Tiki Lounge (free, 21+). (LM)

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Sonic Reducer

Cut Copy In Ghost Colours · Black Francis SVN FNGRS · Switches Lay Down the Law

Switches smacks you over the head with sexed-up glam rock right off the bat. Within the first three seconds of Lay Down the Law’s opening track, “Drama Queen,” you know exactly what this group of crotch-thrusting Brits is about. When Matty Bishop suggests he’s “coming down off something called love,” you have to laugh incredulously, but while its lyrical sentiments may be contrived, Switches’ hooks are organic and unforced. Slivers of succinctly executed rock-opera and towering melodies make the handful of regrettable tracks forgivable on an album with something worth saying, in spite of its words. (SM)

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EVENT HORIZON (Saturday, Dec 17)

Make it a Merry Christmas

Big Holiday Bash • First Annual Toy Drive • Native Remedies • rap • 2 Evil • Seenloc • Illnickell & Badshit

Envision a happy Christmas morning: Kids waking up across the world and running with wide eyes to a collection of presents just for them. Here's the catch: Some kids can't have that. Not just the presents, but even just being home could be impossible. Pleasantly Offensive Productions is hosting the Big Holiday Bash: First Annual Toy Drive at The Jam Spot this Saturday, Dec. 17. Native Remedies, 2 Evil, Seenloc, IllNickell & Badshit, Acetone Boogie & Izzo, Big Jubes and many more local musicians will be performing to raise funds for kids who can't make it home because they're in the hospital. This all-ages show begins at 7:30pm, and entry is free with a donation of a toy.
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EVENT HORIZON (Saturday, Dec 17)

Ugly Sweater Dance Party • Gabriel Jaureguiberry • funk • David Hartshorne

The best time to wear an ugly sweater is this Saturday, Dec. 17, at Boese Brothers Brewery from 6pm to 1am. Show off that bad boy with a Christmas tree made from macaroni or even that ugly sweater you’ve had stuffed away somewhere that you got as a gift from that relative you only see once a year. Make sure to strut your stuff and capture the moment in the taproom and use the hashtag #veryboesechristmas on Facebook or Instagram to win some prizes. If that doesn’t sound like enough of a good time, there will also be live entertainment by Gabriel Jaureuiberry and David Hartshorne along with catering by Karue’s Mexican Food!
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EVENT HORIZON (Sunday, Dec 18)

Tilting to the Left, Nudging to the Right

Pinball Tournament • arcade games • Food Drive

As my friends in Rudest Priest say, “I may not get the high score, but then again I might/ I just wanna play a little pinball tonight.” And this Sunday, Dec. 18, it doesn't really matter if you get the high score, everybody wins because at this Pinball Tournament—sponsored by and held at Sister—is also a food drive. All pinball machines on site will be set to free to play from 4pm onward, so get there early and warm up your fingers. There's a $10 buy-in for the tournament, and while non-perishable food donations aren't required, I'm just going to say this: Don't be an asshole. You're not going to eat that canned corn.
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