alibi.com
Weekly Alibi Podcast
Alibi Bucks

 Dec 4 - 10, 2008 

Music to Your Ears

By Laura Marrich

Yule Struttin'

It wouldn't be the holidays in Albuquerque without the New Mexico Jazz Workshop's Yule Struttin' party. Way back since 1992, the state's nonprofit jazz steward has decked the halls with shiny baubles, fine art, food, wine, women and song to put some sparkle in the holidays and a little coin in the organization's cash box. No "Gift of the Magi" corollary here--Yule Struttin' is a win-win for jazz in New Mexico.

[ more >> ] [ permalink ]

NOBUNNY in a bin
Rob Karlic

Music Interview

NOBUNNY

NOBUNNY loves you

By Simon McCormack

Several years ago, NOBUNNY was hoping to travel the country as an animal Elvis impersonator. “I figured I could fill the animal niche since there’s already like a Thai-Elvis and an extreme-Elvis and all that stuff,” he explains.

[ more >> ] [ permalink ]

Flyer on the Wall

Peace, Love and Rock ’n’ Roll

The Rock 4 Peace concert features UNDOit, Five Minute Sin and Who Killed Carla on Friday, Dec. 5, at Amped Performance Center (4200 Lomas NE). $5, all-ages, 7 p.m. (LM)

[ more >> ] [ permalink ]

Sonic Reducer

Girl Talk Feed the Animals · Kanye West 808s & Heartbreak · Various Artists This Warm December: A Brushfire Holiday Vol. 1

Sometimes you'd just rather be stressed out. That's what the well-intentioned folks at Brushfire Records don't seem to understand. This collection of breezy, down-tempo jingles includes tracks from Jack Johnson, Mason Jennings, G. Love and ALO among others. If you like guitar-heavy Christmas covers, then by all means snag this thing. But in a time of near economic collapse, wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, and holiday shopping madness, you have to wonder: What are these musicians so goddamned relaxed about? The record is probably meant as an escape from the worries of the world, but it comes off as annoying, insensate and painfully inappropriate. (SM)

[ more >> ] [ permalink ]

EVENT HORIZON (Saturday, May 28)

Music for Heroes

Cloak and Dagger Fest • Gorgon City • electronic, house • Treasure Fingers • dance • option4

By Megan Reneau
No super-heroines will be present to heal anyone, but the music performed on May 27 and 28 starting at 8pm for Cloak and Dagger Fest at the El Rey Theater and Effex may just do that for those young people still recovering from school. Many well known DJs like Gorgon City, Two Fresh, Vindata, Lee Foss, Lee K, MANIK and Cashmere Cat are performing and even more local favorites like Reverend Mitton, Matthew Levi, DJ Eldon, Burn The Disco, PEZZ and DJ Ohm breaking down beats, as well. If you're not able to teleport like some dark, mysterious strangers, you can get tickets for entry starting at $15 for entry to Effex on day two (only folks 21 and up allowed), $20 for entry to El Rey on day one (18 years and older on this day) and $28 for the whole weekend.
View in Alibi calendar calendar
View desktop version