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  • Conflicts of Interest: Talking about money

    Conflicts of Interest: Talking about money
    At the same time that I was reading Cory Doctorow’s book, I was a couple of months into the experiment of only listening to local music—or, let me be clear, only actively listening to recorded music that is made in Baltimore, and sometimes “actively” really just means that I don’t hit play on anything not made in Baltimore. This means that sometimes at home, my wife becomes the DJ (one time you do not want to be listening to music by people you might know is when you are having sex—unless you’re into six-somes or something). And it means that when I need to hear something for reference at work, CP editor Evan Serpick has to be, as he referred to it, like my shabbos goy and hit play for me. 
  • Debussy Riot: Should classical musicians have to put on a show

    - Composer, professor at Peabody Institute, and founder/director of the Evolution Contemporary Music Series Judah Adashi published an interesting guest blog post on The Sybaritic Singer titled “Curating is More Than Just Good Programming.”...

    An introduction to Canon Balls, featuring power-pop bands Luxury, The Letters, and The Shivvers

    An introduction to Canon Balls, featuring power-pop bands Luxury, The Letters, and The Shivvers
    Arguments about pop canon—the "genuine" articles of highest artistic quality in a given medium as determined by tradition and/or critical consensus—are arguments between pop ideologies. Is the value of pop music in the meaning of the words? In...

    Stop playing fast and loose with Bmore club history

    Stop playing fast and loose with Bmore club history
    This playing fast and loose with Baltimore club history must stop. The innovators, all of them working-class, most of them black, all from Baltimore, haven't really gotten their due or really received proper acknowledgement for their contributions to a...

    The Short List: Yann Tiersen, Korn, One Direction, and more

    The Short List: Yann Tiersen, Korn, One Direction, and more
    WEDNESDAY: Baltimore electro rock band Evaporated Leopard Milk, better known as ELM, plays the 8x10 with Ypset and Trace Friends Mucho. Canadian pop-punk band Courage My Love plays the Ottobar with Heavyweights and A New Awakening.  THURSDAY: Local...