Music to Your Ears
When it rains, it pours! There are eight album releases--that we know of--planned for this Friday and Saturday, but we just don't have enough ink to cover them all. Consult the music calendar for even more Albuquerque and Santa Fe celebrations.
Patti Littlefield and Mark Weaver’s daring duo
Vocalist Patti Littlefield and tubaist/didgeridooist Mark Weaver enjoy walking out on a musical limb. Now, with the release of their group’s eponymous CD, Resonance, you can waltz on out there with them whenever you like.
Charmed Twice Over
Bitter Suite 7 haunts the earways
On its second CD, the “twisted folk” duo Charmed—Alicia Ultan and Bambi Wolf—once again take on the darkness and find the light. In 12 original, emotionally powerful songs, Bitter Suite 7 explores love, loss, betrayal, memory’s hauntings, the search for a center, and the promise and sometimes redemptive certainty of love.
Amy Seder amyseder.com
Olin and the Moon
L.A. bad, Sun Valley good
When David LaBrel left a town of 1,500 people to move to Los Angeles, he found the City of Angels took some getting used to.
Reviews of new music releases.
Flyer on the Wall
Friday’s benefit for Albuquerque Health Care for the Homeless features the Drop Steady Rockers, Element 37, Better Ends, Master Kali, Ill Conscious, DJ Garronteed and host Hakim Bellamy. A $5 donation gets those 21-and-over into the Blackbird Buvette (509 Central NW) on Dec. 12. The healing starts at 8 p.m. (LM)
The Best of Jethro Tull Performed by Ian Anderson at Kiva Auditorium
Los Radiators • folk, blues at O'Niell's Pub
Battle of the Bands: Slow Jeremiah • Choking on Air • Brotherhood is Legend • Collapsing Skies • Alchemy for a Dead Man at LaunchpadMore Recommented Events ››