red light cameras
Saturday, Aug 13: Humble Coffee Company's 2nd Annual Birthday Bash
I Tawt I Heard a Puddytat
Friday, Dec 4: Tacocat • post post punk pop • Red Light Cameras
Three Burque Bands
Three vibrant videos
Rockabilly Soul, Secret Evil
Jessica Hernandez & The Deltas at Launchpad
The Eyes Have It
Dum Dum Girls dim
The Daily Word in hipster Shakespeare, regulators who hate regulating and why you still have to pay your red light camera fine
The head of New Mexico's Department of Regulation and Licensing is not so keen on the whole "regulation" thing. "I don’t give a damn about rules and regulations; I’ll do whatever I want."
A new company with a new rocket will be setting up shop at New Mexico's Spaceport America.
Could Rush Limbaugh face actual consequences for his hateful bloviations?
Girls Gone Wild mogul and all-around scumbag Joe Francis is heading to jail. Which should make everybody happy except for Joe Francis.
Music to Your Ears
Music, love and a road trip to Carlsbad
Local author and live music fanatic Mike Smith shares reviews of shows and recollections of falling in love-at-first-sight in the December installment of Last Month in Music. Check out A/V from featured artists below.
Last Month in Music
Meet Glitter Dick
Glitter Dick performs at a benefit for Amy Clinkscales tonight at the Launchpad. Read Captain America’s article about the show here: Wham, Glam Thank You Ma’am.
Wham, Glam, Thank You Ma’am
With a name like Glitter Dick, a band isn’t likely to get much commercial airplay. However, as Albuquerque’s newest glam-trash group, Glitter Dick is on everyone’s lips. Figuratively speaking, of course.
Flyer on the Wall
Before heading to SXSW, local pop rock band Red Light Cameras plays a show with some out-o-towners at Low Spirits (2823 Second Street NW). The lineup includes one-man band Decker, acoustic indie act Dry River Yacht Club (both of Arizona), and indie rockers Brown Shoe (California) and Nick Jaina (Oregon). The 21-and-over show happens on Sunday, March 11, at 8 p.m. Admission is $8. Happy birthday, Chris. (Jessica Cassyle Carr)
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 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.