Alibi V.25 No.1 • Jan 7-13, 2016 
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Cold Times, Hot Shows!

Four rockin’ gigs for a wintry town

Something for everyone! An electro-pop paradise at Sister, punk at the Launchpad, trip-hop at Low Spirits and tech metal at the Co-Op.
The horn section of Citizen Fish: Miguel Reyes, Jessica Mils and Matt Dowse
Courtesy of Jessica Mills

Aural Fixation

More Than Reality Allows

A conversation with Jessica Mills

As we stood on the sidewalk off Central, well after I had stopped recording our interview, Jessica Mills turned to me and said, “You know, for a mediocre musician, I've had really good luck.” Whether you chock it up to luck or talent, Mills is an affable powerhouse, a Renaissance woman whose resume includes a book—My Mother Wears Combat Bootspublished by AK Press in 2007, over a decade of work with the ultimate punk fanzine, Maximum RocknRoll and her own long-running zine, Yard Wide Yarns.

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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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