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  • Concert news: Dan Deacon, Celebration, M83, Zola Jesus

    Concert news: Dan Deacon, Celebration, M83, Zola Jesus
    Dan Deacon, Celebration and Matmos are playing the Ottobar Friday.  The show was posted on the Ottobar's website in late October, but Friends Records' tumblr clarified Monday that the show would mark the debut of a new Dan Deacon ensemble. Deacon will...
  • Sweetlife Festival announces second stage acts: Delta Spirit, Twin Shadow and more

    Sweetlife Festival announces second stage acts: Delta Spirit, Twin Shadow and more
    The Sweetlife Food and Music Festival's second stage, a.k.a. The Treehouse, will feature Delta Spirit, Twin Shadow, Zola Jesus, the Knocks, RAC, U.S. Royalty, Yuna, Haim, LP, Cut Copy's Ben Browning and Bluebrain, it was announced Wednesday afternoon....
  • US Royalty, Talib Kweli, Neon Indian, Dum Dum Girls among CMJ Music Festival's initial line-up

    US Royalty, Talib Kweli, Neon Indian, Dum Dum Girls among CMJ Music Festival's initial line-up
    Talib Kweli, Washington's US Royalty, Neon Indian and the Dum Dum Girls are among the first acts announced to perform at this year's CMJ, it was announced today.  Unlike last year, when several bands from the region played unofficial and official CMJ...
  • Best week ever: Baltimore events, music, movies and more

    Best week ever: Baltimore events, music, movies and more
    MOVIES OPENING (Friday; subject to change) Higher Ground The Ides of March Machine Gun Preacher Real Steel NOTABLE TV MONDAY Pop Up Video (returns after a decade absence; noon; VH1) House (season premiere; 9 p.m.; Fox) The A-List Dallas (series debut;...
  • October 17 - October 23 in nightlife: J. Cole, Double Dagger, Jackson Browne

    October 17 - October 23 in nightlife: J. Cole, Double Dagger, Jackson Browne
    The third Baltimore Beer Week came to a close Sunday. Over 300 tastings, homebrewing competitions and lectures were squeezed into the event's 11 days, sending thousands of beer lovers to bars in the city and the county. How did this  year's event...
  • From CMJ to Baltimore: Class Actress, Jacuzzi Boys, Memoryhouse, Purity Ring, Zola Jesus

    From CMJ to Baltimore: Class Actress, Jacuzzi Boys, Memoryhouse, Purity Ring, Zola Jesus
    After they play the CMJ Music Marathon, some of the acts that have already been labeled buzzbands will be traveling to Baltimore and Washington for shows. Here are five to look out for: Class Actress, the stage name of a folk singer (Elizabeth Harper)...
  • John Waters on what he's watching, reading and wearing

    John Waters on what he's watching, reading and wearing
    John Waters give a bad interview? It can't be done. The Baltimore filmmaker just chatted in his typical no-holds-barred way with Broward/Palm Beach New Times as a prelude to a Florida performance of his one-man show "This Filthy World." That he...
  • Albums to seek out this fall: Perfume Genius, Zola Jesus and Sbtrkt

    Albums to seek out this fall: Perfume Genius, Zola Jesus and Sbtrkt
    Like Peter Parker and Princess Diana of Themyscira disappearing behind Spider-Man and Wonder Woman masks, the artists born Mike Hadreas, Nika Danilova and Aaron Jerome perform vanishing acts this fall when each releases new music under larger-than-life...
  • Liars headline Culture Collide, but Phoenix is a separate ticket

    Liars headline Culture Collide, but Phoenix is a separate ticket
    The electro-rock antagonists Liars, Denmark's doomy post-punks Iceage and the Australian dance act Miami Horror will headline the main bill this year's Filter Magazine Culture Collide Festival in Echo Park on Oct. 9-12. But be sure to read the fine...
  • Jessie Ware covers Rihanna's 'Diamonds,' result sparkles

    Jessie Ware covers Rihanna's 'Diamonds,' result sparkles
    One of Pop & Hiss' favorite performances at the Grammy Awards last weekend was Rihanna's hauntingly stark rendition of "Stay," in which the audacious dance-pop star showed a vulnerable side we haven't seen much since "Unfaithful" way back in 2006....
  • Pitchfork Music Festival 2011: Day 2 in review

    Pitchfork Music Festival 2011: Day 2 in review
    Day 2 of the Pitchfork Music Festival in Union Park is at an end, with another sell-out Saturday. Here’s how it went down, with reports from me (GK), my hard-working colleague Bob Gendron (BG) and video and editing from Kevin Pang. 12:48 p.m....
  • Pitchfork 2011: Who are the must-see bands?

    Pitchfork 2011: Who are the must-see bands?
    What: Pitchfork Music Festival Where: Union Park, 1501 W. Randolph St. When: 3:20 p.m. Friday, 1 p.m. Saturday and Sunday What: 45 bands/artists, three stages, hosted by e-zine pitchfork.com Info: Pitchforkmusicfestival.com Tickets: Ticketweb.com ($...