This November will be anything but cold at Meow Wolf’s venue. There’s live music of nearly every kind and so something for all including Grateful Dead covers, folk and country, rap and, as always, a variety of techno beats.
Early in the month we’ll be shooting a music video with Nosotros on Dia de los Muertos that everyone is invited to be a part of. We’ll also be welcoming The Young Voices of The Santa Fe Opera as they take us on their own Meow Wolf inspired journey through House of Eternal Return.
What else? Give your ears a warm-up and check out our playlist!
For a full list of shows, please see Meow Wolf’s event page.
Los Angeles’s prodigal songwriting son Ariel Pink shares his eleventh studio album, Dedicated to Bobby Jameson.
The album’s title makes a direct and heartfelt reference to a real-life L.A. musician, long presumed dead, who resurfaced online in 2007 after 35 reclusive years to pen his autobiography and tragic life story in a series of blogs and YouTube tirades. “His book and life resonated with me to such a degree,” Pink states, “that I felt a need to dedicate my latest record to him.”
Guest act: Bite Marx. Click here for more information.
Girlpool have been seemingly everywhere at once, exploring all the world’s offerings with open minds and notebooks. All the lessons they learned, about the earth and about themselves, are gathered together in their sophomore record and ANTI- debut, Powerplant.
Guest act: French Vanilla. Click here for more information.
It’s been over three years since his last album, Winter & The Wolves, but Grieves has re-emerged with a modernized sound that is lush and intoxicating, pairing punchy drums with thick layers of synths and warm bass lines. Whether dark and moody, or bright and upbeat, Grieves smoothly navigates the new soundscape, penning verses that range from confessional to carefree.
Grieves is joined by ProbCause & Benz Shelton. Click here for more information.
Rap Album Two is easily the most fulfilling project Jonwayne has ever made loaded with the most thoughtful writing of his career. It isn’t just the gravity of subjects, it’s the carefulness with which he’s willing to examine them. Every candid, incredibly personal line contains some form of catharsis. Alcoholism drove him into isolation and loneliness only led to further self-sabotage. But this record is a triumph over that. These raps don’t just exist for posterity; they, too, are a part of the healing process. As Jonwayne rethinks his “order of operations,” he becomes closer to whole.
Guest act: Outstanding Citizens. Click here for more information.
Matthew Logan Vasquez of Delta Spirit, Kelsey Wilson of Wild Child and Cameron Neal of Horse Thief are touring together as front (wo)men gone solo. Playing smaller venues through the South West/West Coast. Performing acoustic versions of songs from each of their own projects. Sharing stories of the song and collaborating with each other on new songs and past songs, this will be a night to remember.
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Kishi Bashi is the pseudonym of singer, multi-instrumentalist, and songwriter Kaoru Ishibashi… Ishibashi has recorded and toured internationally as a violinist with diverse artists such as Regina Spektor, Sondre Lerche, and most recently, the Athens, Georgia-based indie rock band, of Montreal.
Kishi Bashi is also the singer and founding member of the New York electronic rock outfit, Jupiter One. In 2011, he started to record and perform as a solo artist, opening for Sondre Lerche, Alexi Murdoch, and of Montreal.
In 2016 Kishi Bashi premiered a new album called Sonderlust live on NPR’s All Songs Considered.
Guest act: Tall Tall Trees. Click here for more information!