Wednesday, January 11

Martin Sexton • The Accidentals

South Broadway Cultural Center, 1025 BROADWAY SE
Albuquerque, NM 87102 United States
@ 7:30 PM
$25 – $30

Martin Sexton

From street corners and open mics to selling out large music halls around the world and hearing his songs in films and on tv, Martin Sexton has live the life of the traditional American songwriter.

The Accidentals

Young indie chamber folk trio The Accidentals are just getting started but already getting the major attention, opening for the likes of Andrew Bird, Dar Williams, and Ladysmith Black Mambazo.


Thursday, January 12

SHOW OF THE WEEK

That One Guy

Taos Mesa Brewing, 20 ABC Mesa Rd
El Prado, NM 87529 United States
@ 7:00 PM
$10

That 1 Guy @ Skylight in 2015

When he came through Santa Fe just a little over a year ago, That 1 Guy put on a mesmerizing show, showcasing his virtuoso abilities on his unique instrument the magic pipe.


Friday, January 13

Savage Wizdom • Illumina A.D. • Fields Of Elysium • Carrion Kind

The Underground at Evangelo’s, 200 W San Francisco St
Santa Fe, NM 87505 United States
@ 9:00 PM
$5

When you combine Friday with the 13th day of the month, it’s unlikely there won’t be a metal concert somewhere. This time around, area locals Savage Wizdom, Illumina A.D., Fields Of Elysium, and Carrion Kind will gather at The Underground


Saturday, January 14

James McMurtry • Dave Alvin • Jimmie Dale Gilmore

The Lensic, 211 W. San Francisco Street
Santa Fe, 87505
@ 7:30 PM
$34 – $47

Saturday at The Lensic will be a night of singer-songwriters with James McMurtry, Dave Alvin, and Jimmie Dale Gilmore all taking the stage.

James McMurtry

Dave Alvin

Jimmie Dale Gilmore


Saturday, January 14

Brujeria • The Casualties • Pinata Protest

Launchpad, 618 Central Ave SW
Albuquerque, NM 87505 United States
@ 9:00 PM
$20

As the world prepares for the Trump-era to officially begin, many in the music world foresee a resurgence of Reagan-era punk. It would make sense if this new punk era is led by aggressive latin metal and punk bands such as Brujeria. The fierce metal band has been around since 1989, and has gone through various lineup changes featuring members of Faith No More, Napalm Death, and Fear Factory at one time or another, all the while remaining political in their message. But they may be more vital than ever now with their latest album Viva Presidente Trump! acting as a direct response to the current cultural climate.

Brujeria

The Casualties

Piñata Protest