Alibi V.24 No.7 • Feb 12-18, 2015 
From left, Leeches of Lore and Jonathan Richman

Show Up!

An Event Horizon

How we learned to stop resisting gravitational pull

Show Up! delivers deets on this week's Albuquerque concert scene. We're talkin' the blues, country/noise/metal, rockabilly, goth rock, garage-punk and singer/songwriter cred of the highest order.
Gordy Andersen, rippin’
Gordy Andersen

Music History

An Interview with Gordy Andersen: Part 1

August March rang Albuquerque legend Gordy Andersen (Black Maria, Cracks in the Sidewalk, Jerry’s Kidz, et al) to discuss his formative experiences coming of age as a first generation high desert punk.

Sonic Reducer

Björk Vulnicura · Ricked Wicky I Sell the Circus · Six Organs of Admittance Hexadic

This week we listened to new albums from Björk, Ricked Wicky (aka Robert Pollard) and Six Organs of Admittance. Now with A/V!
Image by Mumpi Kuenster

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Let the Tuning Commence!

Kiefer Sutherland • country, rock, singer-songwriter

Besides starring as the ultra-creepy Dr. Daniel Schrebe in 1998's Dark City—a role for which he will undoubtedly be remembered for his perplexingly halting delivery—Kiefer Sutherland is also an up-and-coming musician, having chosen the gritty genre of Americana as the next world to conquer and hold helpless in a starless miasma of doomed sleep. Just kidding. Dude's second album as a country rocker, Reckless & Me, has garnered both the attention of folks over in Nashville and a host of radio listeners as well. Sutherland's first record, Down in a Hole, was critically acclaimed and the new effort is riding high on singles like “Open Road” and “Something You Love.” Sutherland performs his oeuvre

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