Alibi V.24 No.38 • Sept 17-23, 2015 

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The Sweet Sounds of Freedom

Four phat and fiery sessions

Counting Crows, Badd Fish, a Leeches of Lore double-header and Longweirdword rock this town, rock it inside out.

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The Gypsy Life For We

Picciotto book explores boundless experience

In an effort to make a change in both her occupation as an artist, her personal life as a seeker and the domestic life she shares with her partner, Danielle de Picciotto made the decision to cast off the weight of possessions, the anchor of a “home” and embrace the elements of her life that really matter.
Image by Victor Barajas, courtesy Bloodshot Records

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This Train is Bound for Glory

Wayne Hancock • country, Western, blues

Ameripolitan—or juke joint-swing as the genre is known by some Tejanos—advocate extraordinaire Wayne Hancock descends loudly and lovingly onto the stage at Inside Out on Tuesday, March 26. Wayne “The Train” Hancock has been startling audiences, beating up boots and brandishing a guitar since he was a young one; his affinity for finding, deconstructing and then delivering honestly raw and rambunctious roots music is without equal in the land of hillbilly-backed, Grand Ole Opry-certified swinging sounds. As the artist himself puts it, “Man, I'm like a stab wound in the fabric of country music in Nashville. See that bloodstain slowly spreading? That's me.” Entrance to this rodeo-like environment of sights and sounds will run typical 21+ listeners $12 in advance and $15 at the door; the curtain rises on America's representative at 9pm. It'll be better than season one of “Hee-Haw!”
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Local Bands Attack!

Weekly Alibi's Best of Burque Music Showcase • Pope Yesyesyall • Prism Bitch • Sweet Nothin • Shitty and the Terribles • garage, punk • Black Unicorn • surf rock, heavy metal

The scene has spoken and Weekly Alibi has winners and favorites for yet another year. The Best of Burque Music Showcase descends on downtown Albuquerque at all the raucous spots the city is known for, including Sister, Side Effex, KiMo Theatre, The Jam Spot, Corpus Arts and Launchpad. The free pre-party kicks off from 2 to 6pm at Inside Out, formerly Mezcal. The official launch of the showcase at all the other venues begins with doors at 7pm and music at 8pm. Jam out to bands and musical artists for every taste from Prism B*tch to Sweet Nothin, Pope Yesyesyall to Baracutanga and Tylor Brandon to The Riddims. Pre-sale wristbands and the cost for individual venues is $10 and wristbands are $15 on the night of the show. These events are 21+ only.
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