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V.23 No.39 | 9/25/2014

Show Up!

Bird Is the Word

Four flight-ready concerts to fuel your fall

From fuzz to pop-punk and beyond, Show Up! delivers deets on four concerts you shouldn’t miss this week.
V.23 No.4 | 1/23/2014
Garrett Walters

Music to Your Ears

Escape to Plan-It-X

Whether you’re craving folk-punk, pop, IDM or neo-psych/stoner rock, Music to Your Ears proffers all the relevant deets.
V.22 No.26 | 6/27/2013
Hot Fruit (from left) Grace Ellis, Sara Blumenthal and Mica Huntley
Nani Photo

Aural Fixation

Feminist Compote

Hot Fruit cooks with fire

The Alibi talks feminism, camp, Reddit misogyny and motivation with Olympia, Wash.-based power trio Hot Fruit.
View in Alibi calendar calendar
V.22 No.25 | 6/20/2013
Denis Kolokol

Four Up

Messages for the future, heroic after-party, noisemakers near and far and in the key of gris-gris

Messages for the future

Whether you’re in the mood for avant-garde performance, a superhero soirée, acoustic grind violin or post-punk blues, Four Up knows the score.
V.22 No.23 | 6/6/2013
Elevator Boys
Kenta Henmi

Music to Your Ears

Going up, trip to Cairo and Atlantic showcase

Going up?

Music writer Derek Caterwaul delivers deets on three eclectic shows happening this week: garage-psych, post-punk, experimental, industrial, indie-folk and countrified jazz.
V.22 No.19 | 5/9/2013
Illustration by Mark Beyer

MaximumCaterwaul

MAXIMUMCATERWAUL

Expanded online April 2013 scene report

Music writer, DJ and DIY promoter Derek Caterwaul shares his April 2013 local music memories.
V.22 No.15 | 4/11/2013
Mark Beyer

Music

Around Burque in 30 days with Caterwaul

Saying that Alibi columnist Derek Caterwaul sees a lot of live music would be a major understatement. If he isn’t DJing on KUNM or sorting through his massive archive of obscure A/V and ephemera, it’s a pretty safe bet he’s at a show. In this month’s installment of MAXIMUMCATERWAUL, he shares a quick and dirty overview of 10 shows he caught in March. ... right here in our quirky, beloved burg. Peep related A/V below.

V.22 No.11 |

Alibi Picks

Palindromic Resistance: Annah Anti-Palindrome • Lady Uranium • The Jeebies

Borne of cinder blocks and sweating creatives, new micro-venue the Tannex (1415/17 Fourth Street SW) hosts Annah Anti-Palindrome during its grand unveiling weekend. Based in the Bay Area, Anti-Palindrome is a writer, queer-femme antagonist and nontraditional sound artist. In performance, she uses her own body and items like a looping system, kitchen utensils, a blood pressure cuff, gas masks, raw eggs and so on. Solo “dream/witch house/soul” project Lady Uranium and trickster act The Jeebies rep New Mexican weirdness. Experience a triad of experimentalists at Burque's newest art, music and film venue, the Tannex, tomorrow. This all-ages concert kicks off at 8 p.m., and the cover is $5. While you're there, check out the growing zine library and a wicked bathroom mural by co-founder ¡Brapola! (Samantha Anne Carrillo)  The Tannex • Sat Mar 23 • 8 pm • $5 • View on Alibi calendar