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 V.18 No.43 | October 22 - 28, 2009 

Dancers at last year's Lindy Exchange
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Music to Your Ears

The Swing of Things

For more than a decade, Tuesday nights at the Heights Community Center (823 Buena Vista SE, southwest of Yale and Coal) have been Albuquerque's haven for swing dancing and the hopped-up, vintage music that compels it.

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Arts Interview

In a Landscape

DJ Spooky on Antarctica, economics and sound art

“I think of my work as a collision between philosophy and music and art, just like a mix.”

Read the complete interview.

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A murder of crows can’t out-creep Tech N9ne.

Wax Tracks

Tech N9ne

Tears of a clown

Rarely do face paint and hardcore rap seamlessly fit together, but for Kansas City’s Tech N9ne, it’s been his steez for the past two decades. The self-proclaimed “weirdo rapper” deals in fallen angels and other dark material that places him worlds apart from other MCs. It’s not all about bling, bitches or Bentleys—he rhymes like he’s narrating a horror film. Tech’s style murders the competition by combining wicked, tricky wordplay, melodic hooks and incredibly speedy rap. But the most impressive thing about Tech N9ne isn’t his music—it’s his work ethic.

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The “new” Michael Anthony Trio: bassist Robert “Milo” Jaramillo, guitarist Michael Anthony and drummer Andy Poling

Jazzed

Michael Anthony

Guitar Heroes

Guitarist Michael Anthony makes it a point to recognize the people who have influenced him along the way.

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Flyer on the Wall

Nougat, Caramel, Orange Cream

For their birthdays, James and Mark get a Whitman’s sampler of psychedelic trails (Canyonlands, Arc Light), Brit-pop hooks (The Hollow Lines), electro beats (The Gatherers) and garage punk distortion (The Scrams). Basement Films ties them up with a big, graphic bow on Saturday, Oct. 24, at Burt’s Tiki Lounge (21+, free). (Laura Marrich)

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