V.21 No.50 | 12/13/2012
DJ Tahnee spins an all-vinyl Roulette
Old-school DJ and noise musician Tahnee Udero played Song Roulette with us this week. She has a serious holiday music fetish—specifically Halloween and Christmas—that makes me dig her shows even more. Hear Udero spin Christmas music with DJ Mello on KUNM’s Afternoon Freeform on Monday, Dec. 24, from 1:30-4 p.m. Listen online at kunm.org or tune your dial to 89.9 FM. Night owls can also tune in to Udero’s Christmas edition of Music to Soothe the Savage Beast on Tuesday, Dec. 25, from 10 p.m.-1 a.m. Check out sound and video from her random tracks below.
Vinyl Archaeologist Shares Random Tracks
Noise musician and DJ Tahnee Udero takes time out from recording her TAHNZzz debut album to spin an all-vinyl Roulette for us.
V.21 No.49 | 12/6/2012
Sonic reductions of Scott Walker, Crystal Castles and The Bryan Ferry Orchestra
In this week’s Sonic Reducer, I weighed in on new albums by Scott Walker, Crystal Castles and The Bryan Ferry Orchestra. Check out videos and sound from featured acts below.
Scott Walker Bish Bosch · Crystal Castles III · The Bryan Ferry Orchestra The Jazz Age
This week, we listened to new albums by Scott Walker, Crystal Castles and The Bryan Ferry Orchestra.
V.21 No.42 |
The present's so bright, you ought to wear (shutter) shades
If y'all read my intro column, Dancing About Pueblo Revival Style Architecture, you already know I dig making podcasts of Nuevo Mexicano music for my blog, Things in Light. There's some terrific work being created by local musicians and I'm psyched to share it with Alibi readers. The new TiL podcast, Shutter Mix, includes tracks from the 2011 solo women's Gatas y Vatas fest compilation and tunes by Shiprock post-punk duo Discotays and Fort Wingate-based composer Ryan Dennison, among others. Stream it below or see the original blog post for a full track list.
V.21 No.36 | 9/6/2012
Mainstream Jazz for Aliens
Slumgum sweetens the mix at The Roost
True sensibility distinguishes the music of Slumgum, which includes Rory Cowal (piano), Dave Tranchina (bass) and Trevor Anderies (drums). Thoughtful and adventurous, the quartet makes the listener feel at home.
V.21 No.14 | 4/5/2012
High Desert Signals
Six experimenters synch up
As Tiny Victim, Justin Mitschelen employs a keyboard, effects rack, oscillator, drum machine and three reverb tanks. Mitschelen hesitates to categorize his output. “It really spans a lot of styles,” he says.
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