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A faulty blackboard sealed Russell Matthew's acting fate. As he took the prop on stage during a skit, it immediately fell apart. "I took a chance to save face and ad-libbed a lament on the funding of our public school system," the Silver Spring...
The Baltimore SunHow was HFstival this weekend? Were there as many bugs as during FreeFest? Did the Avett Brothers make it at least worthwhile? There are no festivals in Baltimore this weekend, but there are a handful of excellent shows. And Deadmau5 is performing in...
Toward the end of 2009, Fleet Foxes' lead singer and songwriter Robin Pecknold was offered a solo slot on Joanna Newsom's tour. As a fan of the progressive, indie harpist, Pecknold considered it an easy decision. The difficult part was figuring out...
The Baltimore SunThis week, Midnight Sun looked at the possible return of National Premium, and the obstacles it's got ahead. We also talked to regional promoters about the new Fillmore Silver Spring, and their concerns about having Live Nation as a competitor. We...
On NBC’s fantastic “Parks and Recreation,” Nick Offerman has turned Ron Swanson into such a spectacular, hilarious symbol of contained emotion and old-fashioned, meat-and-potatoes masculinity that it feels necessary to establish that...
Soren Lokke Juul, the Danish multi-instrumentalist who records under the name Indians, tops off his indie hit “Magic Kids” with a radiant synthesizer solo, a sunbeam that breaks through the gloom of a break-up lament. It’s a...
Is it us or was 2012 the year of streaming music? It seems like most everyone we know is now listening to music — new music, old music, super-obscure music, pop bubble gum, the latest releases, old-school hip-hop, brutal metal, avant classical,...
There's a question that someone paying close attention to contemporary pop music would not be considered crazy for asking: What's with all the shouting? Seemingly all of a sudden, bands have been having success punctuating their tunes with "hos" and...
Josh Tillman lives with his girlfriend, Emma Garr, in a tidy dollhouse-sized studio in the Echo Park hills. The bed is on the floor beside the fireplace. Books on a wooden shelf wrap two walls and there are no curtains on the windows, which on a recent...
On the last night of the S.S. Coachella, Josh Tillman sat before a couple of dozen fiction fans, a rare sight on a ship devoted to irony-soaked hedonism. They’d assembled in Michael’s, the manly smoking-jacket-and-Scotch bar aboard the ship,...
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Hipsters are known for their snarky, cynical nature, so it was a pretty big surprise to find out about Mars Hill, the megachurch that has become popular with a young, hipsterish crowd. Mars Hill is forward-thinking in many regards; members smoke, practice...
VarietySeven albums into a nearly 12-year career, the Walkmen have maintained a devoted cult following while releasing consistently excellent full-length records. In many respects the group has done things the old fashioned way -- consistently touring and...
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