Alibi V.21 No.26 • June 28-July 4, 2012 ››
King of Rock and Rollers
The making of Dick Clark and the breaking of Alan Freed
When rock and roll trailblazers Alan Freed and Dick Clark were called to testify about payola in 1960, it ended one man’s career and managed to boost the other’s.
Pride-Time Disco Nap
Ten mellow, bittersweet, gay songs
Pride can be exhausting—perhaps you need a disco nap?
Go ahead and make a cup of chamomile and take a break from the shimmer and feathers and accelerated BPMs with this relaxed mix of songs sung by gay men.
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Flyer on the Wall
If you like your gay on the Rob Halford end of the sonic spectrum, Leeches of Lore, Boar Worship, Fando and Contortionist are here to fill the void of distortion, aggression and medieval/occult imagery. Note that this show isn’t an official part of Pride. It just happens concurrently Downtown at Launchpad (618 Central SW) on Saturday, June 30, at 9:30 p.m. Admission is $5. (JCC)
Weekly Alibi's 2018 Best of Burque Music Showcase
Experience the best of the best in high desert sounds on Saturday, March 24, from 8pm till 1:30am. Find your favorite alt.weekly hosting our annual Best of Burque Music Showcase featuring your favorite bands, as chosen by you, dear readers! See DJ Leftovers (of Leftover Soul), Crushed?!, Baracutanga, The Talking Hours, Russian Girlfriends, Moonshine Blind, Cobra vs. Mongoose, Sorry Guero, Felix Y Los Gatos, The Riddims, James Whiton, Gunsafe, Delphia, Def-i, The Timewreckers, Cowboys and Indian, Asa Martin, Spaceblnkt, The Horned God, The Tylor Brandon Band, Citizens of Tape City, Ashes of Jupiter and The Despots, and enjoy the best venues Downtown for $10 to $15.