V.26 No.41 | 10/12/2017
New releases by the mysterious Jefe Mac, the triumphal SHREWD and the gritty Heaven for Less.
V.26 No.40 | 10/5/2017
We review new releases by Clark Andrew Libbey, Wake Self and Sorry Guero.
V.26 No.38 | 9/21/2017
We review new releases by Train Conductor, Aaron Markland and Constant Harmony.
V.26 No.37 | 9/14/2017
Courtesy of the artist
A conversation with Wake Self
Weekly Alibi chats with Wake Self about the expanding hip-hop scene, America's short attention span, teaching and gender inequality.
We review releases by Bandwidth No Name, The Angel Babies and Eileen & The In-Betweens.
V.26 No.35 | 8/31/2017
Mini Van Photography
¡Oh, Si, It’s Them Oh Sees!
Dwyer’s evolving rock ritual
Ahead of his appearance at Sister as something multi-limbed, multifaceted and multi-named, John Dwyer chatted with Weekly Alibi.
V.26 No.34 | 8/24/2017
Ten Years of Entourage
Jazz is cool, but this band rocks
Weekly Alibi discusses Entourage Jazz with Emerson Corley.
V.26 No.32 | 8/10/2017
Sheer Mag Urges Action
The maelstrom needs to feel your love
Sheer Mag's Need to Feel Your Love understands and embraces the power of passion.
V.26 No.31 | 8/3/2017
Local trio constantly rocks out
Weekly Alibi chats with the formidable multi-instrumentalists of Constant Harmony.
V.26 No.29 | 7/20/2017
Brockhampton brings it
Brockhampton’s SATURATION is all about drawing inspiration from one another to embrace and strengthen the self.
V.26 No.28 | 7/13/2017
Taste the REIGHNBEAU!
Hample’s work manipulates sound and emotion
Weekly Alibi talks with Bryce Hample about REIGHNBEAU, combining visual and auditory, and the Albuquerque music scene.
V.26 No.26 | 6/29/2017
“I’ll Wait in Los Angeles”
The West is the best
Adult Beverage discusses their move to California with “I’m not ashamed to admit that I couldn’t make it in California” Music Editor August March.
V.26 No.25 | 6/22/2017
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Trost is the Most
Multi-instrumentalist rocks new record
August March chats with Heather Trost about her new album, Agistri.
V.26 No.23 | 6/8/2017
A Beginning in an Ending
A Lot Like Birds recovers from loss
A Lot Like Birds' new album is for the brokenhearted looking for some hope.
V.26 No.22 | 6/1/2017
Gorillaz as Humanz
Return of the PoMo primates
Humanz is a remarkably danceable record. It’s well suited to your house party but with a discourse of danger and disappointment extending across the album’s entire tracklist.