Lady Uranium • smearwave, dustpop • Star Canyon • folk, rock • Anna Mall • Sing Down the Moon at Tannex, Albuquerque
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Lady Uraniumsmearwave, dustpopStar Canyonfolk, rockAnna MallSing Down the Moon

Saturday March 12, 2016

1417 Fourth Street SW
Albuquerque, NM 87102

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Back in September I had the fine and fresh opportunity to check out New Mexican madman Larry Goodell and some notably Falstaffian Chicano poet (JK it was my brother) reading at a joint in Barelas called The Tannex (1417 Fourth Street SW). Damn, I thought to myself, this is a great venue. As sure as eggs are eggs, The Tannex offers some of this city’s most powerful and provocative performances by local and touring artists encompassing a myriad of genres. Burqueña composers and experimentalists Lady Uranium, Anna Mall, Star Canyon (Ceciia McKinnon) and Sing Down the Moon are scheduled to perform there on Saturday, March 12. Taken as separate aesthetic entities, each of the musicians on the evening’s program represent different aspects of Burque’s re-blossoming electronic realm, from Uranium’s plangent pop sensibilities to Mall’s coolly complex discourse and Star Canyon’s folk-ambient goth analytics. The music begins at 7pm; bring $5 to get in and dress warmly besides; Tannex can be chilly in late winter.

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