V.24 No.44 | 10/29/2015
Realistic renderings of kids' monster drawings are amazing
By Ty Bannerman [ Wed Nov 4 2015 11:54 AM ]
Everybody knows that kids have the weirdest, most wonderful broken brains on the planet. And if you've ever looked at drawing made by the under-8 set, you've probably wondered what it be like if the lumpy, tentacled beast depicted actually roamed the earth.
The Monster Project has tasked a group of artists with bringing these child-drawn monstrosities ever so slightly closer to our world by rendering them in a realistic fashion, and the results are wonderful. Check them out, and also note that they have a kickstarter, so if you're moved by their work, you can support it directly.
V.24 No.6 | 2/5/2015
Rooster Roundabout: This week’s music highlights
By Mark Lopez [ Fri Jan 30 2015 2:24 PM ]
Writer Mark Lopez muses on a new track by José González, a video by Jawbreaker Reunion and L7’s comeback!
V.22 No.22 | 5/30/2013
Don’t Call It a Comeback
Hip Mama’s been here for years
By M. Brianna Stallings
Print’s not dead, baby! Read our interview with author Ariel Gore to hear why.
V.21 No.52 | 12/27/2012
Sonic macro and micro news in 2012
By Samantha Anne Carrillo [ Mon Dec 31 2012 2:49 PM ]
In addition to being a vital aspect of entertainment, music and the news surrounding it often serve as a lens for considering important cultural phenomena. Rather than providing the overdone top ten album list, like I did last year, I focused on overarching themes in national, international and hyper-local music news in Macro and Micro Music Review. Since I neglected to mention Of God and Science in my local band R.I.P. list, check out their music video for “Turbulence” below.
Macro and Micro Music Review
Sonic news in 2012
By Samantha Anne Carrillo
Peruse an attempt to milk some meaning out of 2012’s music news.
V.21 No.43 | 10/25/2012
Glitter Dick ISO rock and roll alms
By Samantha Anne Carrillo [ Tue Oct 30 2012 10:44 AM ]
Captain America reports on Glitter Dick’s fundraising efforts for their debut album, Sparkling Richard, in Kick(start) their crotch. Watch music videos from the group after the jump.
Kick(start) Their Crotch
Glitter Dick's Sparkling Richard
By Captain America
Captain America delivers a jocular and enlightening report on rock and roll foursome Glitter Dick’s debut album Kickstarter campaign.
V.21 No.38 |
The Daily Word in iPhone 5, Amanda Palmer and Endeavour
By Marisa Demarco [ Thu Sep 20 2012 10:08 AM ]
Chick-fil-A bows out of homophobe politics.
Students protest racist anti-abortion propaganda at UNM.
At 11:30 a.m., Endeavour will fly over White Sands.
The Mars rover got some snaps of an eclipse.
OK, so why isn't New Mexico big in solar?
Oh, that Jon Stewart: Chaos on Bullshit Mountain
Beyoncé is a good role model for the Obama daughters, says the president.
Maybe we should elect Canada as POTUS.
How will LGBT youth fare in a new Tunisia?
iPhone 5 lines are forming around the country.
It's OK if you don't want kids. In 2008, you could just drop them off in Nebraska.
A woman screaming "I'm Jack Sparrow" hijacks a passenger ferry and crashes it into other boats.
Amanda Palmer got more than $1 million through Kickstarter to make an album. People are wondering what the hell she's spending it on.
Work backward out of a creative rut.
What's next in body mods?
V.21 No.37 | 9/13/2012
Interview With an Angry Samoan
Gregg Turner is alive and well in Santa Fe, and playing the hits
By Geoffrey Plant
Gregg Turner is known to most as a founding member of the Angry Samoans, a Los Angeles hardcore band that began in 1978. He is also known, perhaps, to a different slice of the population as a record reviewer for Creem Magazine (1976-1998) where he was noted for his inspired hatchet jobs on the likes of Bon Jovi, The Who and even Iggy Pop.
Guts of Glory
By Ty Bannerman [ Thu Sep 6 2012 12:24 PM ]
Now here's a guy who is combining three of my favorite things: post-apocalyptic wastelands, eating, and board games (I’m eclectic, what can I say?). And yes, the result looks like it's completely gross, insane and really fun. The game features "chewing" and "spewing" mechanics and a variety of radioactive comestibles, ranging from indestructible twinkies to the very worrisome "vitamin Z", for players to ingest in order to earn “glory cards”. Pretty great art, too.
Pledge to his kickstarter and get a print and play copy of the game for as little as $5, or a retail copy for $25. Or if you’ve got money to burn, go all out and pledge $1500 and be immortalized in the game as a chewable, spewable card. You’l be the envy of all your friends.
V.21 No.8 |
The Daily Word in Leap Years, wins for Romney and APS lockdown
By Tom Nayder [ Wed Feb 29 2012 8:12 AM ]
Kick out the jams, it's Leap Day!
Catholic priest in Washington D.C. denies lesbian communion at her mother's funeral mass, leaves during eulogy.
Romney manages to win in Michigan and Arizona.
Lockdown at 5 APS schools after student found with gun.
Was that the dean from "Community" accepting an Oscar on Sunday?
I'm sorry, but this is just jacked.
McDonald's newest/saddest sandwich is the McBaguette.
The Pirate Bay replaces all torrent links with magnet links, nothing really changes.
Women's health experts discuss birth control.
Kickstarter poised to provide more arts funding than the National Endowment of the Arts.
Was Elvis' manager, Colonel Parker a murderer?
New bat species discovered in Vietnam.
After seeing these official LEGO Avengers sets, I'm still not sure who the villains in the movie are going to be.
Nice collection of unproduced Star Wars merchandise.
Is it even possible to fix The Phantom Menace? (YES!)
"The Wire" wind up toys you'll never see in your happy meal.
Say it with me: umami
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