V.20 No.22 | 6/2/2011
We’re throwing a pre-pride party at Casa Esencia
The DJ lineup is fierce, with NICOLATRON, Tahnee, Mello and Cassyle (our very own music editor). They’ll be spinning glam rock, disco and electro. La Jaula, fronted by torch singer Georgina, will kick the night off with some live entertainment.
The queens and kings will be stepping out, too, for this public affair.
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V.20 No.10 | 3/10/2011
We’re throwing a big ol’ party, eh
Music Editor Jessica Cassyle Carr is from Louisiana, and she usually orders a king cake for the office around Fat Tuesday. She’s frequently visits her home state and brings back party stories for the ages. This year, Alibi Group Hug is spreading the hedonism.
DJ Cassyle will be spinning New Orleans funky soul at Launchpad tomorrow. Also taking the stage: Le Chat Lunatique, Mondo Vibrations and Felix y los Gatos. (That’s a vibration sandwich with cat bread in two languages.)
There will be free food from Pepper’s Ole Fashion BBQ. And New Mexico Photo Booth Rentals is bringing down its rig along with Mardi Gras props from New Orleans. Yes, there will be king cake (!) from Swiss Alps Bakery. All of that comes free with the price of admission, which is $5.
Doors at 8 p.m. Launchpad. 21+.
Laissez les bons temps rouler!
V.20 No.9 | 3/3/2011
Music editor on KUNM this afternoon
The Alibi’s very own Louisianan homegirl will be on 89.9 this afternoon at 2:30 p.m. spinning some New Orleans funky soul with radio darling Mello. Music Editor Jessica Cassyle Carr will be chatting up our Mardi Gras dance party on Saturday, March 5, at Launchpad—an event she’ll also be DJing.
Locals Le Chat Lunatique and Mondo Vibrations will also take the Launchy stage that night. There’s free grub from Peppers Ole Fashion BBQ and a king cake (with a baby inside) from Swiss Alps Bakery. Photo Booth Rentals of New Mexico will be bringing a photo booth and Mardi Gras props from New Orleans.
Doors at 8 p.m. $5. 21+.
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