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  • All The E Street Punks

    All The E Street Punks
    The Shindig Music Festival, which returns to Baltimore for its second go-round Saturday, takes a different approach to booking than most rock fests. Instead of spreading its bets around, putting chips on as many subgenres as it can to pull in as many different tastes as possible, Shindig doubles down on one particular rock subgenre. To makes its strategy even riskier, it’s a subgenre without an agreed-upon label. 
  • Following a rise to national acclaim, Future Islands return home for a triumphant Hampdenfest show

    Following a rise to national acclaim, Future Islands return home for a triumphant Hampdenfest show
    Following Future Islands' March performance on Letterman, the band's secret got out and the group was handed over to the rest of the world. Lead singer Sam Herring turned into a Tumblr meme and a series of GIFs, the band toured a ton (solid dudes that...

    With its awards show, the Americana Music Association embraces blues, gospel, and R&B

    With its awards show, the Americana Music Association embraces blues, gospel, and R&B
    The secret hero of the 2014 Americana Festival in Nashville last week was neither a scrawny ex-punk rocker from Austin nor a bespectacled ex-English major from Nashville. It was a fat, often jolly, now-dead blues musician from the South Side of Chicago:...

    The Short List 9/17/14

    The Short List 9/17/14
    WEDNESDAY: Club K presents a bill of local experimental musicians including Patrick McMinn, Liz Meredith, Alex Strama, Miki Wakai, and Yoko Murakami. Punk vets Stiff Little Fingers headline Baltimore Soundstage with The So So Glos and Dot Dash. Don’...

    Live Review: At the last First Thursday of the year, the Hold Steady maintains its rambunctious spirit

    Live Review: At the last First Thursday of the year, the Hold Steady maintains its rambunctious spirit
    Every time the Hold Steady plays Baltimore, lead singer Craig Finn tells the same story of how the band played its second-ever gig here at the Talking Head in 2003. On Thursday evening, in the decidedly more-attractive environs of the Canton Waterfront...