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Super City, Mammoth Indigo, Flack, DJ Bohfunk, and more

WEDNESDAY:

New local indie-folk band

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Super City

opens for New York's

Ken South Rock

at Club K.

Cosby Sweater

plays the 8x10, while

Electric Grandmother

, a Washington band also named after '80s TV kitsch (the 1982 TV movie), performs at the Sidebar with

Catscan

. Florida blues-rock combo

JJ Grey and Mofro

headline Rams Head Live.

Don't miss:

Metro Gallery hosts a solo

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Sea Wolf

performance by the L.A. band's frontman Alex Brown Church, with Baltimore-based ukelele strummer

Victoria Vox

opening.

THURSDAY:

Virginia indie-rockers

Mammoth Indigo

plays the Sidebar with

Heavy Lights

. Short List pals

Mink Hollow

and

Tiny Timbers

open for

Rosemary Stretch

at Metro Gallery.

June Star

performs unplugged at Joe Squared.

Don't miss:

The

Dirty Bourbon River Show

brings a New Orleans gypsy-brass circus to the 8x10.

FRIDAY: Meetwood

Flack

, a Fleetwood Mac cover band composed of Baltimore musicians like Jason Butcher and Timothy Bracken, plays its first show in two years for Valentine's Day at the Windup Space with

Gunwife Gone

. Local husband-and-wife-led indie band the

Honest Mistakes

celebrate the holiday with a show at Joe Squared. All Star Sports Bar hosts Love and Light 2, an amorous night of dance music with

Lady Shah

,

Domino FX

, and more. Canadian blue-eyed soul singer

Gino Vannelli

sings his pop hits of the '70s and '80s at Rams Head Center Stage in Hanover. North Carolina funk-rockers the

Mantras

play the 8x10 with

Moogatu

.

Lisa Doll and the Rock N Roll Romance

rock out romantically at the Sidebar with

Mad Doctors

.

Sick Thoughts

plays Holy Frijoles with

Advlts

,

Ar-Kaics

, and

Flesh Wounds

.

Local indie-jazz band

Floral Fauna

celebrates the release of its debut EP at the Afrodite Symposium: A Musical Happening, an event at the Ottobar with

Kevin Yost

and

Life on Planets

.

Don't miss:

Kanye West

brings the mountain, the masks, the hits, and the legendary speeches of his Yeezus tour to the Baltimore Arena.

SATURDAY: DJ Bohfunk

throws a birthday bash at the 8x10 with a performance by

Big Something

.

Who's Bad

tells you once again that Michael Jackson is the baddest at Rams Head Live. Now-NYC-based singer-songwriter

Reina Williams

stops back home in Baltimore for a performance at Joe Squared. Scranton, Pa. punk band the

Menzingers

headline the Ottobar with

Off with Their Heads

and

Elway

.

Jason Ajemian and the High Life

, led by the double bass improvisor, play the Windup Space with

Windhorse

.

Don't miss:

Local thrash band

Radical Discharge

plays the Sidebar in support of its recently released self-titled album, with

Pure Junk

and

Fantasy Panther

.

SUNDAY:

The Roots Café Singer-Songwriter Series, hosted by

CP

contributor Geoffrey Himes, welcomes the

Patapsco Delta Boys

' Tom Chalkley, another

CP

contributor, and Bob Friedman to An die Musik. Short List friends

Us and Us Only

play tracks from their upcoming 7-inch at the Ottobar with

Dungeon Kids

and

Goblin Mold

.

Emancipator Ensemble

, the quartet led by Oregon-based electronic producer Doug "Emancipator" Appling, headlines Baltimore Soundstage.

Don't miss:

Triage

, a new band featuring Baltimore-based saxophonist and composer Jarrett Gilgore, kicks off an East Coast tour at the Windup Space with

Solenoid

.

MONDAY:

98 Rock's Noise in the Basement features local bands at the Ottobar.

TUESDAY:

Local rock trio

Outram

plays the Sidebar with

Giants of Genesis

and

Friendly Fire

. The

Out of Your Head

collective presents two one-off improv ensembles at the Windup Space.

WEDNESDAY:

Angelic Felon Entertainment presents a live hip-hop, gospel, and R&B showcase at Good Times Bar and Lounge. Philadelphia band

Bardus

plays hardcore sludge at the Sidebar with

At the Graves

.

Jacob Panic

plays banjo and sings "pop-grass" at Joe Squared.

IN THE WINGS:

Three 6 Mafia rapper and Katy Perry collaborator

Juicy J

's Never Sober tour, with

Travis $cott

and

Project Pat

, will hit Rams Head Live on March 4. (For more information, visit ramsheadlive.com or call [410] 244-1131.) Grammy-winning Christian rockers

Casting Crowns

will spread the gospel at Baltimore Arena on March 22. (For more information, visit baltimorearena.com or call [410] 347-2020.) Long-running Texas indie

Okkervil River

will play the Ottobar in support of its 2013 album,

The Silver Gymnasium

, on March 27. (For more information, visit

or call [410] 662-0069.)

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