V.20 No.39 | 9/29/2011
Photo courtesy of Boom Chick Spotlight Boom-Chicka-Chicka Q & A with half an atomic duo Frank Hoier and Moselle Spiller may be the cutest couple in rock and roll—but that's not why you should see Boom Chick play live. The onomatopoetically named Brooklyn duo melds lo-fi electric blues and rockabilly, accented by surf reverb and frenetic punk. Synthesized in jam sessions and loft parties, Boom Chick's multigenred sonic amalgam sets heads bobbing and asses shaking. Food Albuquerque Rail Yards Market Sunday, Aug 18: 10am-2pm Albuquerque Rail Yards
A market celebrating all things local and at the heart of NM culture with hundreds food, farm, artisan and healing vendors, live music as well as a kids' zone.
Learn Counterculture in NM Sunday, Aug 18: 1-2pm Albuquerque Museum of Art and History
Author and historian Jack Loeffler uses excerpts from conversations to explore influence that NM's landscape and Native cultures had on the burgeoning counterculture movement.
Art Trace Sunday, Aug 18: 1pm Remarque: New Grounds Print Workshop Arts New Mexico Comic Expo Sunday, Aug 18: 2pm Albuquerque Convention Center
The first annual expo features Jason Momoa, Elijah Wood, Jon Bernthal, Jason Issacs, Hayley Atwell, Felicia Day and over 50 stars, artists, writers and creators.
Song & Dance Tablao Flamenco Albuquerque Sunday, Aug 18: 6-7:10pm Hotel Albuquerque
Enjoy dynamic world-class performances, exquisite Sevillan tapas and craft cocktails, with 60 percent of proceeds supporting the National Institute of Flamenco.
Song & Dance Eliza Gilkyson Sunday, Aug 18: 7:30-9:30pm Outpost Performance Space
The acclaimed singer-songwriter, activist and sometime New Mexican returns in support of her latest release