Wed. Apr. 6- Jazz, Deconstructed vol. 2 begins!
Organized by the New Mexico Jazz Workshop.
UFO Ensemble (performing Ligeia, a tone poem inspired by Edgar Allen Poe, with projected images by Mark Jackson-Weaver. www.myspace.com/tubanator5000)
@ Kosmos (1715 5th St. NW, just south of I-40) every Wednesday through April, starts 7:30pm, tickets are $10 general/$8 students, seniors & NMJW members
Thurs. Apr. 7- Zine Reading Event #3
Email email@example.com if you are interested in reading from your zine, or even reading from other zines that you like. There may be some open format time at the end, so even if you don't sign up, bring some zines you'd like to read from if that's your thing. No workshop this time, but there’ll be some snacks & beverages on hand, a zine-related slideshow, and time for swapping/buying zines. Bring munchies to share if you like, and a chair/pillow if you don't like sitting on the floor.
@ Cellar Door Gifts & Gallery (147 Harvard SE) 7-10pm, FREE, Kids welcome, but there may be adult topics covered.
Tue. Apr. 5- The Doom Lounge
Amarok (ex-Makai, doom like fukk! www.myspace.com/amarokdoom)
Iceolus (local prog/”burnt sienna metal” www.myspace.com/iceolus)
Deathwülf (burnt crust)
@ Burt’s Tiki Lounge (313 Gold SW, downtown) 10pm 21+ FREE
Tue. Apr. 5- The Doom Crawl begins! From Koz to Burt’s!
Leeches of Lore (www.myspace.com/leechesoflore)
Let the Night Roar (ATL Doo))m- www.myspace.com/tualatin)
Streights (Daniel & Joseph sumpnsum’n- www.featherspines.blogspot.com)
@ The Kosmos (1715 5th St. NW between Aspen & Haines, just south of I-40) 9pm $5 etc.
Tue. Apr. 5- mixed-media combo
ABQ Boys Choir (www.myspace.com/albuquerqueboyschoir)
Professor Gall (PDX junkyard folk and steampunk jazz- www.professorgall.com)
Jacqueline Suskin (from Arcata on a wild poetry reading tour)
@ Winning Coffee Co (111 Harvard SE) 7pm $5 All ages
Mon. Apr. 4- soothing skulls
Cloud Lantern (members of the Decca Sequence playing lo-fi lectro melodies)
Joseph Angelo (of Luperci, doing more of a dark folk thing here)
@ The Gold House (1817 Gold SE) 8pm $5
Sun. Sept. 2- Albuquerque Record Convention
Only happens twice a year! Hundreds of thousands of albums, CDs, tapes, vinyl of all sorts, posters, t-shirts etc. For more info call Mike or Jackie Walsh: 281-9215 or firstname.lastname@example.org
@ Elegante’ Hotel Ballroom (2020 Menaul NE) 9am-5pm, $2 admission
Fri./Sat. Apr. 1-2: Radical Sustainability discussions
Subtitled “Anarcho/a-Primitivism & Judeo-Christianity in Conversation,” this series of don’t-call-them-debates features Xtian/Eco/Anarkostars Layla Abdel Rahim, Ched Meyers, John Zerzan,and address the questions:
Is civilization sustainable?
Can we learn from past cultures?
Can Social Ecology & Christianity work together?
Is academic theorizing just a big pointless circlejerk?
Okay, I made that last one up. Might be good to put on the agenda, tho.
@ UNM SUB, 3rd Floor. Free & open to the public. Info: email@example.com
Friday: Lobo A/B Rms. @ 5:30pm. Saturday: Mirage/Thunderbird Rms. @ 3pm
Fri. Apr. 1- Two April Fool’s day art openings in the UNM area:
Group show Art Opening:
Joel Davis does sick tile mosaic art, which people need to be paying attention to. Go look at his stuff, then buy some. There’s other artists involved too, but I don’t know any of them.
Wait, yes I do! Creighton Burson does fantastic craft art, and Lance Ryan does something really cool, too.
@ Peacecraft (3215 Central NE, across from Kelly’s) 5-8:30pm.
Also- Foolishness: The Photography of Wes Naman
@ Cellar Door Gifts & Gallery (147 Harvard SE) FREE, reception 7- 9pm, show runs through early May.