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V.24 No.12 | 3/19/2015

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Meeting of the Minds

Four perspective-changing concerts

By August March
Show Up! delivers deets on rad electro/post-pop, blues rock, post-punk/math rock and stoner rock gigs happening this week in Burque.
V.23 No.49 | 12/4/2014
From left, Dilated Peoples and Jessica Hernandez
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Visions of Sugarplums

Five sweet shows to keep you warm at night

By August March
Your circadian rhythm now conspires with bleak midwinter to slow your roll. But Show Up! prescribes anti-hibernation supplements in flavors like post-grunge, left-field hip-hop, heavy metal, garage psych and dark soul-slash-gothic pop.
V.23 No.48 | 11/27/2014

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In the Key of Thanksgiving

Seven stellar shows to be grateful for

By August March
Wherein we hype a week chock-full of awesome shows, ranging from “etho-chaos” to indie rock to traditional jazz to doom metal. Now with A/V!
V.23 No.42 | 10/16/2014
Mercury Venus Earth Mars

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Stargazing in Autumn

Transcend space and time at four cosmic concerts

By August March
Whatever you’re into—hard-rocking funk à la hometown hero, electro, experimental, dark-psych, futurist grunge or doom metal—Show Up! has your concert needs covered. Now with A/V!
V.23 No.41 | 10/9/2014
A photo from the set of Blondie’s “Rapture” video, picturing Debbie Harry, Jean-Michel Basquiat (in doorway) and Fab Five Freddy (leftmost on ledge).

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Mars, Bars, Cars and Guitars

Four rapturous rave-ups to devour

By August March
From avant jazz and XX-powered punk to nostalgic pop and “chillout dubstep soul,” Show Up! proffers deets on four diverse, rad concerts. Now with A/V!
V.22 No.37 | 9/12/2013

Ledger Lines

By Samantha Anne Carrillo

Hell comes to Barelas

ISO excellent metal, drone, doom, Americana and mariachi-metal concerts? Ledger Lines has you covered.
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V.21 No.35 | 8/30/2012
“The Mindy Project”

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Snap Judgments

New shows around the dial

By Devin D. O’Leary
At this point it’s hard to tell which new fall shows will be good and which will be awful. But what’s to stop us from making snap judgments based entirely on cast, concept and the teaser trailers available on YouTube?
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