Alibi V.21 No.13 • March 29-April 4, 2012 

Music Interview

The Skatalites Won’t Simmer Down

Although only around for a year and a half in its original 1964 permutation, The Skatalites is an institution. Its musicians formed the backbone of ska, as well as offshoots rocksteady and reggae, and developed many of the playing styles associated with the genres.

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Music to Your Ears

Psychedelic picnic

The Alibi’s Spring Social takes place Friday, March 30 at Launchpad with performances by Roo (post rock), Tall Boys (ABQ Boys Choir on stilts), Hyperland (cosmic electro), Tropical Girls (lo-fi beach synth) and DJ Mello (psych-n-soul).
Ye olde record collection
David Duncan

Music Chambers

Living in the Past

Ten-year Burque resident and human resourcer David Duncan is the owner of this fine antique music device. Via e-communique he discusses stereo equipment and century-old recordings.

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Flyer on the Wall

Geodesic

A dynamic show— Post War Germany (indie rock) and beatboxers Zack Freeman and Saywut?!—comes to pass on Friday, March 30, at 512 Yale SE, brought to you by Synchro Studio. This all-ages show begins at 8 p.m. Admission is $5. (Jessica Cassyle Carr)

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Image courtesy of Hellzapoppin Circus Sideshow Revue

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Step Right Up, Step Right Up!

Hellzapoppin Circus Sideshow Revue • Nik Sin • Short E. Dangerously • Lizard Man • The Govna Bryce Graves

Come one, come all! Hurry, hurry! See Death-defying stunts of mind over matter! Be amazed by the world's smallest escape artist, Nik Sin! Meet the half-man daredevil, Short E. Dangerously! Marvel at the world famous Lizard Man! The Govna Bryce Graves takes you on a wild adventure through authentic sword swallowing, fire eating, magic, illusions, glass walking and far more than meets the eye. The world-famous Hellzapoppin Circus Sideshow Revue takes over the Launchpad on Sunday, Nov. 25 for a night beyond belief! Doors at 7pm and the show rocks your socks off from 8 to 11pm, for mere pocket change at only $10. Carnie lovers of 21 and over can experience one of the last true freak shows on the circuit today.
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