No, I’m not going there. Sad Baby Wolf has garnered a lot of ink because two of its members were in the most successful band to come out of Burque, but this doesn’t mean they should be forever defined by that.
Check out Captain America’s hep dissertation/Show Up! on Freddy Raygun and Little Kiss Records. Raygun releases his solo album, Love Songs from the Edge, tonight at Low Spirits (2823 Second Street NW). Listen to some of his tunes below. Low Spirits • Freddy Raygun album release • Bébé La La • Dead on Dom • Tony Comita • Thu Dec 20 • 9 pm • $5 • 21+ • lowspiritslive.com
Jim Phillips meditates on Todd and the Fox’s sound and talks with front man Todd Eric Lovato about the stateside premiere of his danceable Americana act’s self-titled debut album. Read all about it in Big in South Korea. Check out music from Todd and the Fox below. Low Spirits • Todd and the Fox • Cali Shaw • Alex Maryol • Zack Freeman • The Imperial Rooster • Sat Nov 17 • 9 pm • $5 • 21+ • lowspiritslive.com
Regrettably, I discovered the marvelous Burque band Jenny Invert much later than many of its avid fans. I was missing out. The five-piece makes music that is a mix of rock ‘n’ roll and sweet indie, with a twist of jazz and some nods to vaudeville.
Squash Blossom Boys’ debut album is sneaking up on you
By Summer Olsson
A pioneering band in Albuquerque’s Americana scene, the Squash Blossom Boys brings expert musicianship and rollicking energy to standard and original tunes. The squashies have played in various locales—bars, growers’ markets, on tour earlier this year opening for the Meat Puppets, maybe even at your backyard barbecue—and the band’s popularity is on a steady upward climb. But even fans may not know the winding path these bluegrass men have traveled.