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  • Copycat Kids Grow Up

    Copycat Kids Grow Up
    A few weeks ago, I started corresponding with Brooks Kossover after I heard his gallery, AmEx Contemporary, was asked to quit using that name by the American Express Corporation. I examined the letter and reached out to the credit card company, who neither confirmed nor denied the report. And so all I could say is that either Kossover, who changed the name of the gallery to Terrault Contemporary, after the street he grew up on in North Carolina, was playing a good prank to bring publicity to his name change, or that the credit card creeps were being proprietary dicks. 
  • Lecture Till You Puke

    Lecture Till You Puke
    Like An apotheosis of Party,  the cover of 2001’s “I Get Wet” is, to many, the first and perhaps only image conjured up when Andrew W.K. comes to mind. His battered and serene visage stands starkly against the darkness. Blood is...

    The Short List 9/3/14

    The Short List 9/3/14
    WEDNESDAY: Long-running Tennessee indie-pop band The Features plays the Metro Gallery in support of its 2013 self-titled album with Public Access T.V. and The Grey A.  THURSDAY: Toronto jazz trio Myriad3 performs at An die Musik Live. Windhand and The...

    No Trivia: Streaming Baltimore Club, Streaming Police Brutality

    No Trivia: Streaming Baltimore Club, Streaming Police Brutality
    Two Fridays ago, the website Boiler Room live-streamed a "Baltimore Club Special" from New York, featuring James Nasty, Mighty Mark and TT The Artist, Scottie B, DJ Technics, and Rod Lee. I spent the evening stuck in front of my laptop, the stream in...

    Live Review: Balladeer Jackson Browne shows a sense of humor in his lively concert at the Hippodrome

    Live Review: Balladeer Jackson Browne shows a sense of humor in his lively concert at the Hippodrome
    Jackson Browne's current U.S. tour is billed as a solo performance, with the veteran singer-songwriter onstage by himself with piano and guitar. But nobody said anything about it being just one guitar—at the Hippodrome on Saturday night, Browne...