Music to Your Ears
Alibi's Group Hug aims to find out what steampunk sounds like this Friday on 11 • 11 • 11.
Let the Healing Begin
hONEyhoUSe lifts up a voice
hONEyhoUSe’s Hillary Smith, Mandy Buchanan and Yvonne Perea didn’t know what they were missing until they found each other.
Adam Hooks & His HangUps Hangover Hymns · Marcus Strickland Triumph of the Heavy, Vol. 1 & 2 · Various FAC. DANCE: Factory Records 12" Mixes & Rarities 1980-1987
Tiny reviews of FAC. DANCE, Marcus Strickland and local Adam Hooks & His HangUps
JJ Otero—lead singer and rhythm guitar player for Burque-based rock band Saving Damsels—will be playing at the first ever Futures for Children Native Jam Night on Thursday. In preview, we peek into his music collection.
Flyer on the Wall
Cyborg poster art for Red Light Cameras, Lousy Robot and St. Petersburg
¡Mayday! • Demrick • DJ Stigmata • Septicemia Records • rap, hip-hop
I’m not sure that the concept of “genre” is really relevant anymore in the realm of music. The days of “pure” music are long gone, and while this might leave some “old-heads” grumbling over message boards about the loss of “real rap” or “real jazz,” I think that for the most part this is a good thing. The possibilities are more abundant than ever before as artists dip their fingers in any number of genres and traditions. ¡MAYDAY! is one group embracing this diversity in their quest for success…