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  • The Short List 4/22/15

    The Short List 4/22/15
    WEDNESDAY: Massachusetts hardcore band Bane plays the Ottobar on a farewell tour in support of its final album, 2014’s "Don’t Wait Up." Local improvisational electronic band ELM takes over the 8x10 for a weekly residency throughout April with Jelly Bread and Schwizz opening tonight. Linda Cain Productions presents an acoustic night at Fishhead Cantina. Rochester, New York punk band Such Gold plays the Charm City Art Space with Koji, Slingshot Dakota, and Tommy Boys. Local psychedelic space-rock band Drone Theory plays the Sidebar with Nearest, Thieves Of Shiloh, and more. 
  • Billie Holiday was targeted by police but still celebrated, while Young Moose is vilified

    Billie Holiday was targeted by police but still celebrated, while Young Moose is vilified
    The version of Billie Holiday’s life I learned in my fourth grade public school mini-unit on Maryland history is that the Baltimore-raised jazz legend was a troubled, raw talent who lived most of her life addicted to heroin and died penniless due to...

    Talking weed with Trunkweed

    Talking weed with Trunkweed
    We first checked out Trunkweed after the slack trio’s guitarist/vocalist Brady Kelly sent Managing Editor Baynard Woods an adorable email that implored us to check out their music (“We play post-surf dazy pop music that people seem to really...

    Sean Gray confronts gap in venue accessibility for people with disabilities in Baltimore and beyond

    Sean Gray confronts gap in venue accessibility for people with disabilities in Baltimore and beyond
    Most music fans take for granted that they can attend a show, see a band, and drink a beer with friends. However, many people with different levels of mobility don’t have that luxury—they have to plan outings and are often faced with music...

    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...