White Rose X works with local groups in order to form a coalition capable of restoring and elevating our communities.
Jefferson is a multimedia artist, designer, visionary, and musician from Santa Fe. Their plan is to create socially engaging art projects in a thriving multimedia arts community building in Albuquerque, NM. They also do freelance website and graphic design work (via Saberdog Productions) for publications such as The Corridor NM, White Rose X, Two Way Street, and many other projects in New Mexico. Their music is found on Bandcamp by name, and by J4SUN.
The SExual Intellectual
The Sexual Intellectual brings you back to that Ol’ Boom Bap’. This is Hip Hop in classic Golden Age style that still manages to sound fresh. It is unapologetically and unabashedly raw, creative, subversive, and funky. The Sexual Intellectual brings energy, humor, and charisma with the rap skills to back it up. Musically, you can expect dusty obscure samples layered over hard drums that make for the type of beats that you can't help but nod your head too. If you are a fan of Hip Hop, Comedy, and dusty boom bap production, this is an artist you may want to give a look!
Part-Timers are an up-and-coming rap group from Albuquerque New Mexico. Their debut mixtape, "God Damn, I'm Tired" is available on Soundcloud.
Jackie Brown is a lyricist born and raised in Albuquerque, New Mexico. His music is fiery and fast, with breakneck rhymes and electric beats. His music can be found on SoundCloud, below.
Corpus Arts is a member-supported non-profit organization aimed at providing radical library resources in a safe space, while fostering queer cultures and literacies. As part of their mission, they provide access to books and zines, publishing and tape-making resources, and regular installations and live performances from local artists.
Two Way Street Albuquerque
Two Way Street is a community-based publication providing micro-entrepreneurial street vendor opportunities for Albuquerque’s low-income and homeless community. The first issue of Two Way Street has been designed/produced based upon the findings of a qualitative research project that included 30+ interviews with local community leaders interested in exploring opportunities for developing a street paper publication in ABQ.