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  • 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 absorb all the details, bits of awesome shit catch my eye and I immediately want to ask what all this stuff is for, but I focus on a sick dragon poster on the wall. A typical, high fantasy illustration depicts the craggy top of a mountain under a blue sky with a ferocious-looking, rather small dragon in mid-flight, above a giant, newly hatched egg.
  • Live review: Kat Edmonson and Robert Ellis offer dynamic takes on jazz at Rams Head On Stage

    Live review: Kat Edmonson and Robert Ellis offer dynamic takes on jazz at Rams Head On Stage
    Kat Edmonson and Robert Ellis, who brought their tour to Annapolis Tuesday night, are Houston singers with the same final initial and current Brooklyn addresses. But they share something even more singular than that: They are both attempting the difficult...

    The Short List: PRhyme, The Frozen Harbor Music Festival, and more

    The Short List: PRhyme, The Frozen Harbor Music Festival, and more
    WEDNESDAY: Local ambient metalcore band Minds Like Mirrors open for The Bunny The Bear at the Ottobar. Don’t miss: Baltimore rapper Kane Mayfield previews material from his upcoming debut album while opening for PRhyme at Baltimore Soundstage....

    The Short List: The New Pornographers, Kacey Musgraves, Foghound, and more

    The Short List: The New Pornographers, Kacey Musgraves, Foghound, and more
    WEDNESDAY: Local hip-hop duo Bass. Love. Treble performs a charity show at Looney’s in College Park. The Chris Robinson Brotherhood headlines the 9:30 Club in Washington.    THURSDAY: Canadian indie-rock power players The New Pornographers ...

    No Trivia: 'There are no more good rock bands!' Maybe listen to Priests, Sleater-Kinney, and Wildhoney

    No Trivia: 'There are no more good rock bands!' Maybe listen to Priests, Sleater-Kinney, and Wildhoney
    "Where'd all the rock bands go?" your ding-dong of a friend'll ask you as he pulls the ghost of Jimmy Page's peen out of his mouth and climbs across the recliner to crank up the stereo and get the Led out a little louder. You'll put down your vape and...