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"So, my listening platform according to the algorithm was that all my listeners listen to rap music and, as I evolved as a songwriter and a musician, I've kind of - really it isn't even kind of - I've evolved out of hip-hop music and I rarely even rap anymore." — Kirk Matthews more
Alex Murzyn is coming to town and he might as well be the Big Bad Wolf. This talented sax player is set for some serious huffing and puffing. And straw, sticks, adobe or bricks - I'll bet you a pretty penny, he will blow the house down. more
"Acoustic Americana, folk expressions and personal revelations sprung from the backfields of Illinois" is the latest self-described musical offering from Taos troubadour David Garver. From the goose bumps-raising chords and lyrics in the love song "My Little Hurricane" to the raw scratch of "The Butcher Cried," it has a melancholy folk feel, dark like Bruce Springsteen's "Nebraska," sparse and raw. more
"Nothing in this world such a pure delight, as a fais do-do on a Saturday night," sang the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band in their 1975 anthem, "Bayou Jubilee." Lucky for you, there's a Louisiana fais do-do in store for you Saturday (Nov. 16) when Roots and Wires Presents Cedric Watson with Bijou Creole at the Taos Mesa Brewing Mothership. more
Each season, the Taos Chamber Music Group highlights young chamber musicians in a program it calls "Play It Forward." This year, TCMG presents a dynamic group of youthful musicians from Boston. more
What's your listening pleasure? Country, alt, blues, jazz, metal, old-time rock 'n' roll? Easy, isn't it, to rely on categorization for a speedy definition of who we are and what we like. more
Reports flooded social media Tuesday (November 5) saying New Mexico hip-hop artist Andrew Martinez, also known as Wake Self, has died.  Martinez was scheduled to release his new album "Ready to Live" Thursday (Nov. 7) at Meow Wolf in Santa Fe and was set to play a show Saturday (Nov. 9) at Vagrant Heart art gallery in Taos. more
Another Taos tradition is hatching! Nearly 100 people showed up in October for the first of a new First Friday classical concert series started by Claire Detels and Mark Jackson. The one-hour concerts take place once a month, at noon on the first Friday of the month at the First Presbyterian Church of Taos, 215 Paseo del Pueblo Norte. more
Japanese psychedelic five-piece band Kikagaku Moyo will be playing Sunday (Nov. 3) alongside Minami Deutsch and Tan Cologne at the Taos Mesa Brewing Mothership starting at 7 p.m. more
Heavy metal isn't just a genre for Captured! by Robots - it's the structural anatomy for its controlling members. more
Expect lush lyrics and a sultry and rockin' atmosphere when Suzanne Santo comes around. more
Northern New Mexico musician Lara Manzanares is headlining a benefit dinner and dance for the Amazon Aid Foundation Friday (Oct. 18) from 7-9 p.m. at Old Martina's Hall, 4140 State … more
No, "Telesthesia" is not some kind of obscure affliction. It's the title of a piece Taos composer Richard Cameron-Wolfe wrote and dedicated to his beloved friend, Total Arts Gallery owner, artist and musician Harold Geller. more
Three of Taos Soundscapes' world-class musicians take the stage this weekend, offering two concerts of music celebrating the theme of "Autumnal Bliss."On Saturday (Oct. 12), at 3 p.m., … more
Jazz flute player Ali Ryerson was born into a family of musicians. Her father, Art Ryerson, was a top New York City studio guitarist who recorded with jazz and popular music icons … more
A new music series titled "First Friday Noon at First Presbyterian" is debuting Friday (Oct. 4) at noon at the First Presbyterian Church of Taos, 215 Paseo del Pueblo Norte. This is … more
Twenty years after four musicians met in West Texas to form what would become one of the better-known instrumental rock bands of all time, Explosions in the Sky finally stopped in Taos County Sunday … more
Fear. Suspense. Shock. Disgust. Terror. These are some emotions you might experience while watching "Deep Red/Rosso Profondo," considered to be the quintessential Italian giallo (horror) film, … more
Roots and Wires is hosting a double-header show today (Sept. 26) at the Taos Mesa Brewing Mothership, 20 ABC Mesa Road, off U.S. 64 west, featuring two performances.Opening at 7 … more
The Taos Fall Arts Festival is known to be a feast for the eyes. In recent years, thanks to a dedicated group of pianists, it has had a musical dimension as well.On Sunday (Sept. 29), … more
The Garifuna Collective is based in Belize and made up of more than 50 musicians of varied generations who strive to express and keep alive the unique music and culture of the Garifuna people. The … more
"To make music of the folk, by the folk and for the folk" is what the Red River Folk Festival at Aspencade sets out to do - and for the fifth year, a hot lineup is roaring into this … more
"Who is he?" That's what people wanted to know when Cooper (CW) Ayon opened for Vieux Farka Touré in April 2018. Roots and Wires' promoter John Henderson said he was approached by at least 50 people … more
Do you know Jenny Bird? If not, then you haven't been here long enough. Bird is one of those people who draws fans and friends like a magnet - mostly it begins with her music, but it … more
The differences between the recent Meow Wolf Taos Vortex and Taos Solar Music Festival were as deep and wide as the Río Grande Gorge. One featured three days of high-powered … more
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