Prism Bitch Destroys Sister
Regional rockers from Boise and Santa also kill it
Alibi music correspondent Adam Wood returns for a summer of music!
5 Star Motelles Stun
New record defines solid sound
Is there anything scarier, more emasculating and generally terrifying than a bunch of chicks rocking the fuck out?
Sirius, Seven Bells and Silence
Reflections on formative experiences, new music
It’s not that SVIIB is my favorite band. It’s not that I thought Curtis was a musical prodigy. It’s because, back when I was in high school and just starting to cut my teeth as a writer with a local music blog, Benjamin Curtis was one of the first musicians I ever interviewed. And he was lovely.
Courtesy of the artists
Grateful for this town’s sound
The EDM of Kastle, Al Hurricane and son, a rare performance by A Hawk and a Hacksaw, plus the prog-metal of TesseracT
Reviews of new music releases.
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Holly Rebelle's High School Reunion • Tito Bonito • Mr. Valdez • Mustang Monroe • burlesque, boylesque, variety
That nightmare, again: You're in biology class, trying not to nod off while the teacher drones, and suddenly you notice everyone's gaze focus squarely on you. You're naked, it's test day and you forgot to study. But that's not what's freaking you out. No—it's the plastic jelly bracelets, stirrup pants and side ponytails that cause you to sit up in bed, heart thumping like a '90s boom bap beat. This Saturday, May 26, your dreams are becoming a dayglo-blooded reality at Holly Rebelle's High School Reunion: A Burlesque Tribute to the '90s. The dreaded time machine takes off from the Launchpad at 8pm. Admission is $15 for adults over 21 (anyone younger probably wouldn't get it anyway).