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  • 'The Eric Andre Show,' Adult Swim's absurdist, punk-rock talk show, is unlike anything else on television

    'The Eric Andre Show,' Adult Swim's absurdist, punk-rock talk show, is unlike anything else on television
    Over the past decade, Adult Swim’s brand of weird has become somewhat predictable. The irreverent, vulgar, or simply tripped-out is simply expected of its programming, which interrupts Cartoon Network’s kid-friendly programming from 8 p.m. to 6 a.m. Every several years, however, there are touchstones in the evolution of the brand, from “The Boondocks” to “Tim & Eric: Awesome Show, Great Job.” Now in its third season, our latest dose seems to be a 400 microgram boof of “The Eric Andre Show.”
  • Holiday Calendar

    Holiday Calendar
    Stage Burlesque-a-Pades: A Christmas Shimmy. New York City’s touring burlesque revue brings sexy holiday cheer with a Dickens-inspired production featuring illusionist and comedian Albert Cadabra, dance group The Maine Attraction, and more. Dec....

    Pianist Ian Power wants you to slow down and reconsider classical music traditions

    Pianist Ian Power wants you to slow down and reconsider classical music traditions
    Toward the bottom of the flier stuck all around town for pianist Ian Power’s “Very Long, Very Slow Music for Piano,” it requests the audience, “Come in, go out, move around, sit, stand, lay.” In other words, relax and enjoy...

    Bangers and Thrash: On the Charm City Art Space and A389 Recordings

    Since last column, I’ve been reminded about both the importance and the precarious position that the Charm City Art Space plays in the Baltimore music and arts scene. In the unlikely case that someone interested in this column is unfamiliar, this...

    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.”...