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Windmill of Corpses, Twiddle, Bink Baghdad, and more

WEDNESDAY:

The delightfully named Arizona sludge band

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Windmill of Corpses

plays the Sidebar with the also delightfully named locals

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Nude Massacre

. Two-thirds of the French trio

Ensemble Toss the Feathers

perform traditional Irish and Scottish music at An die Musik as part of their current American tour. The reunited

Sebadoh

gives you indie rock at the Ottobar. The

Baltimore Boom Bap Society

spins bangers at the Windup Space.

Don't miss:

Metro Gallery hosts a night of forward-thinking rap from Memphis'

Cities Aviv

and Baltimore's

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Abdu Ali

.

THURSDAY:

Vermont band

Twiddle

jams at the 8x10.

Don't miss:

Texas country singer

Eric Paslay

, who released his major-label debut this week and is riding high on the charts with his single "Friday Night," headlines Rams Head Live.

FRIDAY:

Prolific young Baltimore rapper

Bink Baghdad

performs at Club K. Feed the Scene kicks off its annual three-day RABTFest at the Sidebar. The

Ethnic Heritage Ensemble

celebrates Black History Month at An die Musik. Local duo

Chiffon

(featuring members of INEVERYROOM) returns to Baltimore for the final date of its tour at the Crown, with

Schwarz

and

Abdu Ali

opening. Grammy-winning singer-songwriter

Tom Chapin

, brother of Harry, performs at Brown Memorial Woodbrook Presbyterian Church. Baltimore Americana quintet the

Sterling Sisters

play Metro Gallery with

Weekends

and

Goblin Mold

. Crowd-pleasing cover band

Element K

plays Rams Head Live.

Toubab Krewe

melds the music of Mali with the music of the American South at the 8x10.

Don't miss:

Beloved local record shop True Vine will be holding a fundraiser concert at the 5th Dimension in the H&H Building, with performances from

Asa Osborne

,

Liz Durette

,

Owen Gardner

, and

Strange Times People Band

, so please bring donations for a good cause.

SATURDAY:

Creative Differences brings legendary guitarist

Peter Walker

to the Windup Space for his first-ever performance in Baltimore. Day two of RABTFest at the Sidebar features performances from

Western Star

,

Ma Jolie

, the

Melon Farmers

, and more. Masked singer-songwriter

Nobunny

performs at the Golden West with the

Hussy

and the

Plurals

. The Ottobar hosts "Soul Saturday," with local bands

J Pop and Funk Friday

and

Brooks Long and the Mad Dog No Good

moving your feet. Jazz pianist

Mark Soskin

, best known for his work as a sideman for Sonny Rollins, performs solo at An die Musik. The Creative Alliance at the Patterson welcomes Arkansas rockabilly icon

Sleepy LaBeef

. Brooklyn indie-pop band

Snowmine

plays Metro Gallery with

Sun Club

.

Don't miss:

Future Islands

preview their highly anticipated new album,

Singles

, out in March on 4AD, at Floristree.

SUNDAY: Dyana Neal

and

Ta-Wei Tsai

perform love songs in a pre-Valentine's Day cabaret at An die Musik. Local grunge-influenced band

Unstable Heights

play the 8x10 with

Dreamboat Armada

.

Don't miss:

Creative Differences' Second Sundays series at the Windup Space features saxophonist

Oscar Noriega

leading an all-star sextet that includes

John Dierker

and

Lafayette Gilchrist

.

MONDAY:

Alumni Marketing Network's Monday artist spotlight at the Depot features performances from

Money Mone

,

Yung Erk

,

Francis May

, and many more.

TUESDAY:

Local rock quintet

Too Drunk to Notice

plays the Sidebar with

Braver

. The Windup Space hosts a variety show put on by the band

Barnyard Sharks

(featuring

City Paper

's own Baynard Woods) with special guest

Phoebe Jean and the Airforce

.

Don't miss:

Gypsy Soul's Ear Candy Live series returns to Teavolve Café and Lounge, with performances from

Laurin Talese

and

Rob Milton

.

IN THE WINGS:

London band

Loop

will come to America in the spring for its first performances in over two decades, playing Metro Gallery on April 18, with Baltimore psych-rockers

Flying Eyes

opening. (For more information, visit

or call [410] 244-0899.) Rising L.A. rapper

Schoolboy Q

will headline Baltimore Soundstage on April 27. (For more information, visit

or call [410] 244-0057.) The Vans Warped Tour continues its annual summer parade of pop punk and emo bands at Merriweather Post Pavilion on July 22, with

Saves the Day

,

Attila

, and

Mayday Parade

among the bands on this year's bill. (For more information, visit

or call [410] 715-5550.)

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