It takes a true composer to make an electronica album that bears the promise of actually going mainstream - especially when working off somebody else's material.
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Jewel Kilcher has definitely made a decided return to her folk rock roots.
A little band called Sevendust knocked Albuquerque to its musical knees Monday.
Electronica is a taste difficult to spit out of the mouth and Si Begg, otherwise known as S.I. Futures, expounds on this with his latest recording effort.
If P.O.D. wanted to make some rock shock waves, they did it with the release of their new album Satellite in early September.
Once again, master of horror Stephen King takes us to disturbing, yet touching, heights of the human imagination.
The UNM College of Education received a $1 million grant to fund more training for bilingual education teachers in the Gallup-McKinley County School District.
I met a genius boy once
In the wake of last week's attacks, many in the UNM community are in mourning with the rest of the nation, but options are available to help ease the grieving process.
UNM professor F. Chris Garcia was recently honored by the American Political Science Association for his contribution to the field of Latino politics and overall dedication to political science profession.
Roger Hagengruber said he hopes to build a stronger strategic collaboration between UNM and Sandia National Laboratories as the new director of the University’s Institute of Public Policy.
The Women's Resource Center has many things to offer the UNM community this year, including support groups, films, workshops and a brown bag lunch series.
Gabriella Gutierrez, who was recently named associate dean of the School of Architecture and Planning, said she will help the school continue to grow despite its limited resources.
The music business is a gritty and commercial place to work.
Albuquerque's mayoral candidates will answer questions tonight during a campus forum about community issues.
So, Jay finally scored a chick.
Something is provocative about a boy living inside a bubble.
Rep. John Sanchez told members of the College Republicans Wednesday that New Mexico business is failing because it’s exporting the wrong type of product — young people.
Students moving into the new Redondo Village Apartments can expect more parking, nicer furniture, larger laundry facilities and new safety precautions.
Sometimes even the most normal families are hiding the darkest feelings inside.