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The Long & Winding Road

Evarusnik explains how to fund, create and promote an album

Music Features Despite all the complaints about the fizzling music industry, it’s still possible to make a multi-thousand-dollar album without official label support or a trust fund.

Tuesday, May 28, 2013 Loren Bienvenu

Hello Mother, Hello Father

Out with Camp Grenada, in with Camp Rock Band

Music Features One broken guitar string at a time, the staff at Candyman Strings & Things has been cultivating the next generation of potential rock legends since the 2010 inception of Summer Rock Camp.

Tuesday, May 21, 2013 Loren Bienvenu

Time to Get Festive

A summer music festival roundup

Summer Arts Preview Upon hearing “festival,” some people are reminded of the Medieval Latin word festivalis, referring to a feast.

Tuesday, May 21, 2013 Loren Bienvenu

Awards Season

NMMA producer says music matters

Music Features Ever wonder what you receive for winning a New Mexico Music Award?

Tuesday, May 14, 2013 Loren Bienvenu

Reggae Nation

In pueblo communities, reggae’s popularity remains rocksteady

Music Features More than 2,800 Native and indigenous dancers filled the floor of the University of New Mexico Pit during the April 27 grand entry of the Gathering of Nations.

Tuesday, May 7, 2013 Loren Bienvenu

Record Keeping

Old pastime gets new spin

Music Features Like vultures, coyotes, flesh flies and other scavengers, vinyl collectors are omnipresent.

Tuesday, April 30, 2013 Loren Bienvenu

‘Matli Crüe

A more responsible, cooler Ozomatli returns to town

Music Features Most popular, long-running bands have fan bases that age along with their music.

Tuesday, April 23, 2013 Loren Bienvenu

Born To Be Wild

Karaoke kings, queens and cult leaders

Bar & Nightlife Guide Nanci Bushrow, co-host of Showcase Karaoke, paces in front of the packed lounge in a western button-up shirt, sternly shaking her permed, blonde head like a teacher scolding an uncooperative class.

Tuesday, April 23, 2013 Loren Bienvenu

Mystic Measures

Santa Fe Harmony Center heals with sound

Music Features The owners of Santa Fe Harmony Center—husband and wife Jim and Jennifer Kinney—are “Human Potential Practitioners” certified in, they say, “luminous healing” and “energetic medicine.”

Tuesday, April 16, 2013 Loren Bienvenu

String Theory

Tony Furtado talks strumming and songwriting

Music Features Tony Furtado is a sculptor working in ceramics and chainmail; a ceaselessly touring singer, songwriter, guitarist and slide guitarist; not to mention one of the best five-string banjo players alive.

Tuesday, April 9, 2013 Loren Bienvenu
 
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