In case you were hiding under a rock (and wearing earplugs) you probably heard the cacophony of car horns that sounded off at 11:35 a.m. Celebrating 100 years of statehood, drivers throughout Albuquerque blared their horns. This groundbreaking piece of filmmaking has captured the significant historical event. What you are about to behold starts with a slow buzzing and rises to a teeming crescendo, capped off by a semi-truck tooting its horn. No word yet on the number of aggravated assault charges filed by victims of people who wondered why the hell they were being honked at.
The Alibi's staff of evil gremlins were hard at work yesterday, chopping out the second half of our feature interview with Interpol drummer Sam Fogarino as we sent the pages to press.
However, the Alibi's online version of the interview was unaffected by shenanigans. (Damn those precocious little gremlins and their big, watery eyes. We can't stay mad at them.) Click here to read the full, uninterrupted piece.
Interpolplays on Monday, April 18, at 8 p.m., at the Sunshine Theater (120 Central SW). School of Seven Bells opens. Tickets are $22 and all-ages.