Music to Your Ears
The 10 Best and Worst Music Videogames of All Time!
In that order
By Laura Marrich
Michael Jackson's Moonwalker (Sega)
A natural vintage
By Marisa Demarco
"I don't like bein' retro for retro's sake," says Reuben Glaser from the loft space/recording studio where he's resting between two legs of his tour. He speaks with an almost Southern lilt that has nothing to do with his Cincinnati habitat. "We been playin' the South, so maybe it stuck," he laughs. "New Mexico is probably the one place in the country that has less of an accent than we do."
Flyer on the Wall
Sing a Song of Sixpence
Alpha Cats Take a Playful Swipe at Swing
Hissing and purring, Lewis Winn brings two-guitar quartet to Albuquerque museum
By Mel Minter
It didn't take long for guitarist Lewis Winn to realize that Somebody wanted him to swing.
Felix Y Los Gatos
Friday the 13th Sur Valle CD release
By Jenny Gamble
Felix Peralta is old school; and not in a clichéd, doing-it-because-it’s-cool way. It just is who he is and how he plays. Charlie Parker once said, “Music is your own experience, your own thoughts, your wisdom. If you don’t live it, it won’t come out of your horn.” That's the best way to describe Peralta and how he plays his guitar. Every song is a story, every chord an emotion.
Chromeo Fancy Footwork · The Clientele God Save The Clientele · Eyvind Kang Athlantis
By Jessica Cassyle Carr
Montreal's Chromeo is back on their second full-length, bumping out another dose of schmaltzy jams. Being new to mine ears, when I first played this album I was sure the cheesy electronica beats and stupid lyrics were a joke. Turns out they're not a joke, but intended to sort of sound like a joke. How post-modern. In any case, the songs are wretched. But would I dance to them after two cocktails? Absolutely—I've danced to much worse.
Kurt Travis • alternative rock • Eidola • Amarrionette
By Megan Reneau
I love Kurt Travis ... I said it! I don't regret it, either! (Well, I actually hardly know the man—i.e. not at all—I just love his music.) I know you won't regret seeing him…
Jenna Dunlap • singer-songwriter • Keith Sanchez & the Moon Thieves • folk
By August March
I read a recent review that said Jenna Dunlap's debut recording was “sweet,” with “wistful vocals.” Nothing could be further from the truth. Dunlap—who was recorded by Cinder Cone Media's wizard of an engineer Howard Wulkan for her first studio outing, Out of My Head—is dynamic and thoughtful, with a rumbling, tumbling vocal nuance and muscular musical style…
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Delphia Giovanna • singer-