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  • Lesson Plan

    Lesson Plan
    The video for Damond Blue’s song ‘Shorty’ features the Baltimore rapper sitting on a local park bench, dispensing advice to a troubled teen (portrayed by a young actor, but voiced by Blue with a pitched-up vocal for one half of the song’s back-and-forth dialogue). The video, which has racked up over 50 thousand views on YouTube since its release a year ago, ends in tragedy for the kid who couldn’t focus on his schoolwork and stay off of the street. And it’s the kind of cautionary tale that you’d think might come off as preachy, particularly coming from Blue.
  • No Trivia: Songs That Pass the Car-Windows Test

    No Trivia: Songs That Pass the Car-Windows Test
    Because local radio is for the most part hopelessly out of touch, and internet music coverage is primarily a big frustrating P.R.-pleasing circle jerk, it is very hard to gauge what people are actually listening to beyond, you know, the massive songs...

    Debussy Riot

    Debussy Riot
    A few years ago, I saw Ben Folds perform with the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra. It wasn’t the first time Folds has played with an orchestra—far from it: He’s been performing with orchestras around the world since 2002, using world-class...

    Panther Stalks But Doesn't Kill

    Panther playing the Talking Head Tuesday night wasn't a bad show. It just felt like one of those somewhat perfunctory, minor-league touring indie band Baltimore stops that happens before a crowd of less than 20 people where you can just tell the band...

    Relive Lil B's Whartscape Set Via iTunes

    Live In Baltimore 2010, Bay Area experimental rapper Lil B's live set from the 2010 Whartscape festival, begins with the self-proclaimed "Based God" walking onstage shouting "swag" a whole bunch of times as M83's "Can't Stop" blasts from the speakers. It'...