Monday, January 16

Mobile Deathcamp • Final Drive • Friend2Foe

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

Start the night with Metal Monday at the Underground. Mobile Deathcamp headlines the bill, joined by Final Drive and Friend2Foe. This quote perfectly sums up Mobile Deathcamp: “Mobile Deathcamp is what happens when (ex-Gwar member) Todd Evans, crafts speed metal so sharp it can justifiably be classified as a weapon!” – Housecore Records


Wednesday, January 18

The Toasters

Launchpad, 618 Central Ave SW
Albuquerque, NM 87505 United States
@ 8:00 PM
$12

Surviving through multiple waves of ska, seeing the highs and lows of the genre’s popularity, The Toasters are legends.


Thursday, January 19

PROF • Finding Novyon • Metasota • Willie Wonka

Launchpad, 618 Central Ave SW
Albuquerque, NM 87505 United States
@ 8:00 PM

Thursday night at Launchpad will put Minnesota’s unassuming but thriving hip hop community on display, showcasing some of the best artists from Twin Cities area.

PROF

Finding Novyon

Metasota


Friday, January 20

Crime Lab • The Coma Recovery • Distances • Votives • Future Scars

Launchpad, 618 Central Ave SW
Albuquerque, NM 87505 United States
@ 8:00 PM

Friday at Launchpad features a solid bill of local bands coming together to raise funds for the Water Protector Legal Collective.


Saturday, January 21

The Beatnuts • Rapper Big Pooh • Termanology • DJ Flo Fader

Sister, 407 Central Ave
Albuquerque, NM 87102 United States
@ 8:00 PM
$18-20

Going strong since the early 90s, The Beatnuts are one of the finer underground hip hop duos of New York. Never quite getting the same level of fanfare as some of their contemporaries, they did flirt with mainstream success with their 1997 release Stone Crazy.

Beatnuts

Rapper Big Pooh


Saturday, January 22

SHOW OF THE WEEK

Marching Church • Bernardino Femminielli

Sister, 407 Central Ave
Albuquerque, NM 87102 United States
@ 8:00 PM
$10

Originally a side project for Elias Bender Rønnenfelt of Iceage, Marching Church has developed in a full fledged band of its own. They find balance between the manic energy of The Libertines and the introspective madness of the Bad Seeds.

Marching Church

Bernardino Femminielli