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  • Local Pick: A brief tribute to Crimson Wave, who plays its last show this week

    Local Pick: A brief tribute to Crimson Wave, who plays its last show this week
    This self-described “bummer pop” (gotta love a band that does the music critic subgenre-conjuring for me!) foursome of Megan Lloyd (also a City Paper contributing photographer), Sophie Walter, Katie Langer, and Sam Whitelaw, who announced their breakup in February, play their final show on Thursday and that’s, well, a bummer. But hey kiddos, just remember that scene and the bands that swirl around it never really die; all this stuff just molts or changes and spawns new projects and the files usually stay on Bandcamp and you can keep on playing the shit out of that cassette or 7-inch single. Not to mention, bands that quietly, casually slay basement shows usually aren’t built to last and Crimson Wave had a nice four-year run.
  • Comings and Goings: La Cuchara, Clavel, Heavy Seas Beer's Island Jam Music Festival

    Comings and Goings: La Cuchara, Clavel, Heavy Seas Beer's Island Jam Music Festival
    - Come mid-April you’ll be able to jump off the light rail and, within minutes, be sitting at a bar throwing back pintxos—small tapas popular in the Basque region of northern Spain and southern France—and sipping on wine while you...

    High-profile soloists, new concert series among highlights of BSO's upcoming centennial season

    High-profile soloists, new concert series among highlights of BSO's upcoming centennial season
    The Baltimore Symphony Orchestra's upcoming centennial season will include high-profile soloists such as cellist Yo-Yo Ma and violinist Joshua Bell, specially commissioned new music, a multimedia collaboration with NPR's Kitchen Sisters, a concert ...

    The Influence of Anxiety: Dan Deacon riffs on mortality, his new album 'Gliss Riffer,' and the Bill Murray video that changed his life

    The Influence of Anxiety: Dan Deacon riffs on mortality, his new album 'Gliss Riffer,' and the Bill Murray video that changed his life
    Dan Deacon pulls open two unassuming, boarded and chained-up doors to reveal his Charles Street studio. The walls are covered with wires of varying lengths, all hanging on top of a huge multicolor neon mural of oozing and exploding biomorphic shapes. As I...

    The Short List: Rap Round Robin, Screaming Females, The Church, more

    The Short List: Rap Round Robin, Screaming Females, The Church, more
    WEDNESDAY: The 8x10 begins a Wednesday night DJ/producer residency, featuring Graham Hatke, Paul Palombo, and Mikie Love. Rockford, Illinois quartet Sleeze plays songs like 'They Saved Hitler’s Brain' at the Sidebar. Gaithersburg-born rapper Logic&...