Alibi V.23 No.23 • June 5-11, 2014 
The Rhythm Shakers vocalist Marlene Perez

Four Up

Whether you’re craving old-school rock and roll, Americana, dark and twisty post-punk psych-rock or an “overdriventape-hissnoisewall-landscape,” Four Up has you covered. Now with A/V!
From left, Wu Han and David Finckel
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Festival News

Heart of Chamber

Wherein August March revisits New Mexico music history in preview of Chamber Music Albuquerque’s June Festival.
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Sonic Reducer

Ben Frost A U R O R A · Röyksopp / Robyn Do It Again · Sleaford Mods Divide and Exit

This week we listened to new releases from Ben Frost, Röyksopp feat. Robyn and Sleaford Mods. Now with A/V!
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Thank You For Sending Me An Angel

Stop Making Sense • Tony O and the Greatest Band Ever • rock

Multiple Best of Burque Music award-winner Tony Orant—one of the giant disembodied brains in impenetrable perspex that is responsible for projects like Pink Freud—is driving his mad musical time machine to the '80s to grok a phenomenon called Talking Heads. The skulls of those four East Coast art school rockers had much influence on music and culture that followed numbly in their wake; just ask Thom Yorke. Anyway, Tony O and the Greatest Band Ever wants to tell you all about that

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Third Eye Vision

Heiroglyphics • hip-hop

Hieroglyphics is on tour this summer because 20 years ago, 3rd Eye Vision was released. As you may recall, this album was one of the most important hip-hop recordings to appear near the end of the 20th century. It had folks like Del the Funky Homosapien wrangling a crew that boasted A-Plus, Opio and Domino

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