In honor of this week’s presidential election, I thought I’d take a look at what playlists Obama and Romney have been using during their respective campaigns and discuss some of the implications thereof.
Within a day or so following the early morning OTAB meeting I discussed
[music, Sept. 5: “Long Road A-ho”] many of the movers and shakers in our
local music scene were beginning to organize the first ever Santa Fe
Thanks to the dual obstacles of being out of town and a certain punk rock icon not getting back to me in time, I find myself in the super-fun position of trying to pull an article out of thin air, while dealing with the cruel California sun and the realization that I simply cannot drink like I used to. Yikes.
First of all, let’s give a big round of mental applause to the fine folks at Meow Wolf, T-Cubed (and SFR!) for the recent Passion Pit
show. It was a pretty killer event that—get this—actually provided
something for young people around here. That said, I’d like to discuss
one of the openers, a band called Pacific Air.
Austin-via-Cincinatti rock act Heartless Bastards is playing a totally
awesome, totally free show as part of SFR’s Arts Festival. So I called
up frontwoman Erika Wennerstrom and asked her some questions.