albuquerque boys choir


V.22 No.13 | 3/28/2013
Albuquerque Boys Choir (from left) Bethany Delahunt, Christy Cook and Stef Graner

Music

Explore February’s sonic psychogeography

Live music hunter-and-gatherer Mike Smith takes us on a trip through his February adventures in live, local music in this month’s Last Month in Music. Scope related A/V below. I particularly recommend watching Boba & Gobi’s performance of “Klaus Klaus Dr. Meatball Dr. Meatball” featuring A Hawk and a Hacksaw’s Jeremy Barnes and Heather Trost.

V.22 No.2 | 1/10/2013
Low Culture
Ryan Maddox

Music

Low Culture, genre-palooza and popular music

This week’s Music to Your Ears dishes up the 411 on shows in genres ranging from poppy garage-punk to doomcream R&B to indie rock to folk. Listen to tracks from featured acts below. Synchro Studio • Low Culture • Pregnant, Again • Harbors • Downplay Music • Sat Jan 12 • 7:30 pm • $6 • ALL-AGES!

V.21 No.7 | 2/16/2012
The Glass Menageries is Mauro Woody, Christian M. Newman, Brahm Woody and Gena Lawson
Mark Castillo

Music

The Glass Menageries releases debut EP tonight

This week Captain America writes about The Glass Menageries’ literary psyched out dream pop. Read about the band here.

The Glass Menageries is Mauro Woody, Christian M. Newman, Brahm Woody and Gena Lawson
Mark Castillo

Spotlight

Memory Play

The Glass Menageries reflects all of us

Good literature is a conversation between the author and the characters, or the author and the subject—but the best draws readers into a conversation with themselves. Comprised of literary and thoughtful folk, The Glass Menageries invites you to converse while you sway to inspired dream pop that paints divine mind pictures.

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V.20 No.19 | 5/12/2011

Alibi Picks

Albuquerque Boys Choir

Not to be confused with the nonprofit choir for young men, the three sultry ladies of Albuquerque Boys Choir will charm your ears with sweet harmonies and a plethora of stringed instruments. ABQBC jams out catchy Americana-tinged ditties on guitar, banjo, charango, washboard, and whatever else its members can get their hands on. If you like seeing talented musicians switching it up on multiple instruments, or want a plastic tube patched with duct tape to emit pleasing melodies, these are your girls. If you’re into free shows, be sure to catch them at the Lomas-Tramway Public Library on Tuesday as part of AMP Concerts free library events series.