Pomp and Circumstance
MarchFourth is not your nerdy high school marching band
By Summer Olsson
“In terms of vibe, we're all about seizing the moment, and no two shows are ever exactly alike. We establish a connection with the audience and see where it goes from there.”
Flyer on the Wall
A Man of Many Animal Hats
You just can’t argue with animal hats. Especially kitten hats wearing hats. Get in on the fun Friday, June 4, from 5 to 8:30 p.m. at OFFCenter (808 Park SW) where you can see a performance by JASPER, “a three piece rock n roots band,” while enjoying art, coffee and refreshments. We can assume this free event is all-ages in nature. (Jessica Cassyle Carr)
Pete Francis The Movie We Are In · Sugar & Gold Get Wet! · The Love Language Libraries
The second release from North Carolina’s The Love Language sounds like lo-fi, effects-laden ’60s pop guided by crooning vocals. Many of the songs embody bubblegumish whimsy with an underlying creepiness—on “Horophones,” Stuart McLamb sweetly sings, “If all good children go to heaven then all good children die.” Meanwhile, other songs are mere acoustic ballads that eventually sweep into compositions of shoegaze proportion. If you only pick one track to download (because CDs are old hat, right?), go for the upbeat melancholy of “Brittany’s Back.” (JCC)
Good as Dead’s Sam Blankenship
By Jessica Cassyle Carr
Good as Dead is an Albuquerque band that's been rocking for what’s nearing a decade. But in May, the group raked in three new honors at the New Mexico Music Awards for its 2009 album Learn to Swim (get your hands on the disc at cdbaby.com). To find out a little more about the musical leanings of this award-winning band, we asked drummer Sam Blankenship to shuffle his iPod to see what random items came up. Below are the “goofy” results.
Courtesy of She Wants Revenge's Facebook
She Wants Revenge • gothic revival, dark wave, post punk • The Dig
By Nina Ferrell
The perfect music for a break-ups and dark nights comes from California-based rock band She Wants Revenge. They were recently featured in "American Horror Story: Hotel" in a tantalizing scene with Lady Gaga. Don't break your own heart by not seeing their 10 year anniversary show at the El Rey Theater on Oct. 29. The band's dark hypnotic sound can be heard for only $20 starting at 7pm for all ages.
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