(Why your music editor hates herself)
Touch and Go: The Complete Hardcore Punk Zine ’79-'83
Little over a year from now I'll have endured three decades of carbon-based livin'. Approaching this mortal milestone, more and more I'm beginning to recognize the old hippie dictum—Don't trust anyone over 30—to be a valid, if not troubling, piece of advice. Last week I found myself talking all fuckin' punk about America's teeming population of brainless youth who pass the time sucking from television's homogenizing teat, living generally mundane, unconcerned lives.
Stepbridge Ignites Stars
One man’s quest to bring decent post-production to New Mexico
Hidden at the back of dead-end road off a tiny side street in Santa Fe is Stepbridge Studios. The only indication of any musical virtue is a painting of John Lennon on the driveway wall. Entering the sound room, however, offers a different perspective.
Flyer on the Wall
With headless abandon and in slimming vertical stripes, a performance by Shoulder Voices, Grand Canyon and The Chimpz is announced. Those of legal drinking age can see the local acts for free at Atomic Cantina (315 Gold SW) on Friday, Sept. 10. (Jessica Cassyle Carr)
Random tracks from Bodies of Evidence frontman Pietro Berardinell
Pietro Berardinelli is frontman and rhythm guitar player for ass-shredding Burque metal band Bodies of Evidence. On Saturday, Sept. 11, the four-piece releases its first album, titled A Time to Rise. The party takes place at the Launchpad (21+, $5) starting at 9 p.m. with opening performances by The Ground Beneath, Caustic Lye and Tetelestai. Below is a five-song sampler of Berardinelli’s diverse listening material.
A Night of Comedy with Bob Odenkirk and Friends • stand-up and improv comedy
The star of “W/ Bob and David” and “Better Call Saul” hosts a comedy get-together at the KiMo Theatre that's sure to chase away those summer blues. Featuring the Cardboard Playhouse Theatre Company and some surprise guests, A Night of Comedy with Bob Odenkirk & Friends starts at 7:30pm, this Saturday, July 27. Tickets for the 13 and up show are $40 and sales benefit local sober-living and substance abuse rehab facility Endorphin Power Company.