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Snoozing Sounds

The SUB goes to sleep

Music Features Two CSF performances demonstrate differences: Pre-pop rustic folk does lazy battle with hypnotic vigor.

Wednesday, February 11, 2009 Kyle Eustice

Ten Questions for DJ Melanie Moore

The woman behind Sex on Vinyl gets personal

Music Features A product of the early ’90s legendary DJ scene at Simon’s nightclub in Gainesville, Fla., Moore cites French DJ/producer Laurent Garnier among her most powerful inspirations. The talented Moore star...

Wednesday, February 4, 2009 Kyle Eustice

Santa Fe Nights

What's the music up on the hill?

Music Features The Lodge is branching out, both in terms of space and in terms of variety.

Wednesday, January 28, 2009 Kyle Eustice

hip-hop to A WHOLE NEW LEVEL

Funk the System heads south

Music Features Dinner and a Rap Song is a benefit to send Santa Fe's finest to the World Social Forum in Brazil.

Tuesday, December 9, 2008 Kyle Eustice

Built For Blues

Indigenous forges ahead with a new release

Music Features Indigenous front man Mato Nanji tells it like it is.

Tuesday, December 2, 2008 Kyle Eustice

CD Review: Sole

The Secret History of Underground Rap

Music Features Anticon Records founder Tim Holland, aka Sole, is an unstoppable wrecking ball of politically charged energy. His stream-of-consciousness lyrical style has a tendency to deconstruct common hip-hop themes until ...

Wednesday, November 26, 2008 Kyle Eustice


Meow Wolf howls again

Music Features Meow Wolf has renewed itself like a resurgent, um, feline-canine-phoenix.

Wednesday, November 19, 2008 Kyle Eustice

CD REVIEW: Mighty Underdogs

Dropping Science Fiction

Music Features Sometimes when seasoned musicians and lyricists get together the chemistry is instant. Such is the case with Oakland-based super group The Mighty Underdogs.

Wednesday, November 12, 2008 Kyle Eustice

The Road Conquers All

Hit the road with Boris McCutcheon

Music Features Boris McCutcheon’s introspective Americana offers a freshness and originality untarnished by mainstream influences. It’s what he describes as “high-road hillbilly desert rat folk."k.

Wednesday, November 5, 2008 Kyle Eustice

Gypsy Caravan

The bohemian lifestyle brings CSF home

Music Features Armed with a small arsenal of instruments, including violins, violas, trumpets, sousaphones, accordions and vintage theremins, DeVotchKa makes bittersweet songs with whistled melodies and sorrowful tales of los...

Wednesday, October 1, 2008 Kyle Eustice
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