Alibi V.20 No.4 • Jan 27-Feb 2, 2011 
Lousy Robot is Joey Gonzales, Dandee Fleming, Jim Phillips, Jack Moffitt and a rockin’ brick wall. (Note that Phillips’ flowing coif is harnessed in back.)

Spotlight

Everything in the World Is All Right

Lousy Robot releases a third album. Twice.

Lousy Robot

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Alpha metal midget Dani Filth

Coffin Break

Rocking the Cradle

An interview with Dani Filth

Man, I’m going to take a rash of shit for this one, I can just feel it. But it’s not every day that one gets the opportunity to have a phone chat with the most famous metal midget on the face of the Earth, so I grabbed it. What can I say?

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George Winston
Joe del Tufo

Jazzed

George Winston

Solo pianist plays well with others

You can hear Montana in the piano of Grammy-winner George Winston—the open space, the stillness, the wild scents on the wind. Though several decades removed from his Montana boyhood, Winston still clearly recalls the feel of each of the four seasons up in the north country, and those sense memories continue to animate his compositions and performances. They’ve long since been interwoven with a world of musical and geographical influences—from New Orleans pianist Professor Longhair to Hawaiian slack-key guitarist Gabby Pahinui, from jazz pianist/composer Vince Guaraldi to The Doors.

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Flyer on the Wall

Riff-pocalypse

Witness epic riffage at Launchpad on Friday, Jan. 28, when Sandia Man and Ghost Circles join forces and simultaneously release albums. Black Maria and Bellemah open the show, which starts at 9:30 p.m. Seven ducats admits those who are 21-and-over. (Jessica Cassyle Carr)

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Ghost Circles

Song Roulette

Ghost Circles’ Dave Jordan

Dave Jordan is a guitarist and vocalist for “nerdy, but heavy” local act Ghost Circles. On Friday the band is throwing a party at the Launchpad for “Ultimate Nullifier”—an EP released last month. The band plays alongside fellow purveyor of heavy music Sandia Man (which will be releasing a full-length album at the show as well). To get a feel for Ghost Circles’ constitution, we asked Jordan to set his music library to “random.” Below are the first five songs that surfaced.

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