Jalila Arthur

Host

I love music, especially when it is live and there is dancing involved. Music is my medicine, and I am here to help others figure out the proper dose ;) I am currently enrolled as graduate at the University of New Mexico where I am pursuing a Masters in Public Administration with a concentration on Nonprofit Management. This interest stems from my volunteer work in live broadcasting radio for the past ten years, with a focus on community issues and announcements. I work on a multitude of events, both public and private, to publicize and advertise for the benefit of my community.

Jonah Michea Judy

Oct 23, 2018

Songwriter Jonah Michea Judy has a history of restlessness, both musically & geographically.  For this feature he performs original songs from his just-released full-length "Appalachian Grandbaby" & talks to DJ Lila about a career that spans acoustic & EDM music, comedy & the building of tiny houses. Recorded on October 17, 2018 by Jalila Arthur  Follow this artist at www.jonahmicheajudy.com or find his video work on Youtube


Alchemie

Oct 16, 2018

Alchemie is not a duo; it's a band made up of two Albuquerque  musicians who slip between genre boundaries to create songs that are by turns heartfelt & comic.  This session finds them playing songs from their 2017 release "Dark" as well as an exceptionally sly American standard.

 Recorded in Studio C on October 12, 2018 by Jalila Arthur, Alchemie are:Nancy Haubrich: vocals, keyboardsRobert Danielson: vocals, drum kit Keep up with Alchemie's new songs, videos & gigs at www.alchemielab.com


Sage Harrington

Sep 19, 2018
sageharrington.com

SAGE HARRINGTON

 This session features Albuquerque songwriter Sage Harrington playing songs old & new on her 1920s Martin ukulele, offering a preview of the annual ABQ Uke Fest in late September where she will be one of the featured instructors/performers. In addition to her solo work & as part of the duo Sage & Jared's Harry Gland Band (with Jared Putnam), Harrington has expanded her ukulele work to include instruction both in person & online. Interview & production by Jalila Arthur, Studio C, September 13, 2018. Find out more about Sage Harrington's instruction work as well as Sage & Jared's upcoming album plus her own projects, including Sweet William (musical adaptations of the poems of Sara Teasedale) at www.sageharrington.com. Find out more about the Festival at www.abqukefest.com


Synyster Vail

Aug 27, 2018

SYNYSTER VAIL

 For this feature DJ Lila brings the duo version of Albuquerque's Synyster Vail before our mics to play live & acoustic & to share songs from their forthcoming album "Still Underground." Recorded in August of 2018 in Studio C Synyster Vail are: Ruben "Syn" Vail and Edgar Wonder Keep up with Synyster Vail on Soundcloud or Face Book


ZOLTAN & THE FORTUNE TELLERS  For this session we capture Albuquerque's Zoltan & the Fortune Tellers playing songs from "Mad As A Hatter" shortly before the CD's official release.  This latest edition of the Fortune Tellers thrives on deception: audiences caught up in the humor of the trio can easily miss their finely honed chops as musicians.  Zoltan & the Fortune Tellers are: Zoltan Szekely: vocals, acoustic guitarByron Ripley: tuba, vocalsFernando Garavito: drums, vocals, hotel bells Recorded by Roman Garcia on May 15, 2018 in Studio AInterviewer: Jalila Arthur Follow Zoltan and the Fortune Tellers on bandcamp or at zoltanszkly.wixsite.com 


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Tune in to Afternoon Freeform on Tuesday April 18th, from 2pm to 3pm for our final conversations with presenters from the interdisciplinary environmental justice forum Decolonizing Nature: Resistance, Resilience, Revitalization that takes place April 19 - 22, 2017 at the National Hispanic Cultural Center in Albuquerque.

On April 18th, the University of New Mexico Art Museum will host an all-day film screening of select feature and short films that address decolonization of nature and Indigenous nations through environmental justice activism.

The film screening is curated by Axel Christopher Gonzalez and Elspeth Iralu, interviewed here.

The event will also include Q&A with Filmmakers Nanobah Becker and Paper Rocket Productions

from Jessica Plumb on Vimeo / official trailer www.elwhafilm.com

On April 18th, the University of New Mexico Art Museum will host an all-day film screening of select feature and short films that address decolonization of nature and Indigenous nations through environmental justice activism.

Mexico/New Mexico borderland, NASA Landsat, courtesy UNM MAGIC

Afternoon Freeform Tuesday 4/4, 3p: We continue our series of conversations with presenters at the interdisciplinary environmental justice forum Decolonizing Nature: Resistance, Resilience, Revitalization that takes place April 19 - 22, 2017 at the National Hispanic Cultural Center in Albuquerque.

Jalila Arthur

Tue. 3/21 3p: Part 1 of 4 interviews with speakers from upcoming interdisciplinary environmental justice forum "Decolonizing Nature: Resistance, Resilience, Revitalization," taking place April 19th - 22nd. The music will be focused on the first of the conference's three themes: RESISTANCE! More at decolonizingnature.unm.edu

Gabrielle Louise

Nov 2, 2016

In a preview of the release party for her CD "If the Static Clears" songwriter Gabrielle Louise dropped by Tuesday "Freeform" with Albuquerque's Justin Evan Thompson to trade songs and stories of a life in music and the peculiar charms of Las Vegas, NM. 

Hosted and engineered by Jalila Arthur on November 1, 2016.