The remedios and schematics-inspired signals of national noise accolade-gatherer TAHNZZ also electrify the night at Blackbird Buvette (509 Central NW) during solo showcase Me, Myself & I, along with Cthulha, Blissbot and Alan George Ledergerber. That 21-plus show runs from 7pm ’til 11:30pm, and there’s no cover. My kingdom for a clone!
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Burger via SXSW
Burger Records won my heart with their cassette reissue of seminal death-rock band Christian Death’s Only Theatre of Pain. I’m not ultra-familiar with the acts on Burger’s SXSW roster, and that’s exactly as it should be. If you can handle the hyperreal hustle and bustle of the fest, it’s always a great way to discover new music and consequently, to be discovered. As a city, we benefit from pre- and post-SXSW tour traffic every year. With Meow Wolf’s Santa Fe booking on indefinite hiatus, chances are you’ll see more SXSW-adjacent artists in Burque proper during this and coming years; bookmark nmbands.com for deets on local “underground” gigs. On Monday, March 17, see Burger roster-mates Gap Dream, Cosmonauts, The Garden, The Abigails, Curtis Harding, Summer Twins, Mozes and the Firstborn and Vision at Sister (407 Central NW). Admission to this 21-plus mini-fest is $10, and it runs from 6pm 'til the wee hours and ecstatically represents Burger’s sun-kissed West Coast garage/pop/psych/soul/neo-punk/Satanic country prowess.
Your psych/pop dreamboat is coming. If you’re a Castle Face/Goner/Drag City record addict, you know the flaxen-haired angel of whom I speak, Ty Segall. I listened to Gemini, the demo version of 2012’s Twins, the other night, and it’s a suitably woozy way to while away a half-hour of your life. And since Segall’s 2013 full-length Sleeper proved he was a keeper even sans protometal Fuzz, we’re optimistically hopeful he won’t deny us a bit of libidinous distortion. Whether signature psych-rock, reverb-licious new collab Chad and the Meatbodies or some combination thereof, it’s gonna be one hell of a show. Meatbodies and local garage-rock duo Elevator Boys open this aural pick-me-up at Launchpad (618 Central SW) on Wednesday, March 19. Hear the colors starting at 9:30pm. Tickets are $12, and it’s 21 plus. If you’re under 21 and/or feel like a road trip to Santa Fe on Tuesday, March 18, be advised Segall, Meatbodies and Alamo Sun play an all-ages gig at High Mayhem (2811 Siler Lane) at 7:30pm, and admission is only $10.
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