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  • Wandering Eye: Bad news for Martin O'Malley in Iowa, Dan Deacon plays the NPR offices, and more

    Wandering Eye: Bad news for Martin O'Malley in Iowa, Dan Deacon plays the NPR offices, and more
    We've told you about the ways Dan Deacon's new album, "Gliss Riffer," "splits the difference between wilder-eyed mutations of his songwriting aesthetic and experimental conservatory fare." We talked with Dan about learning to deal with his anxiety and more existential matters about time and space. And now NPR has a really fun video of Deacon playing a three-song Tiny Desk concert in its offices. (But really, when is one of his shows ever not fun?) Watch as he instructs the staff to think like they're Martin Lawrence at the end of "Bad Boys II" before launching into 'Feel the Lightning.' Added bonus: GIFs! (Brandon Weigel)
  • 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: PartyNextDoor, Letitia VanSant, Trash Talk, more

    The Short List: PartyNextDoor, Letitia VanSant, Trash Talk, more
    WEDNESDAY: Drake sidekick PartyNextDoor warbles drugged-out R&B at Baltimore Soundstage. Don’t miss: Br’er plays the Windup Space with Neru Isis, Laughing Man, Elon, Amadou Kouyate, and IRA.* THURSDAY: Swedish progressive house DJ and...

    John Carpenter cashes in his cool points on 'Lost Themes'

    John Carpenter cashes in his cool points on 'Lost Themes'
    Everybody’s cribbing moves from John Carpenter these days. Not cinematically, mind you, because the smart-dumb director’s Howard Hawks-like sense of how to handle lots of macho men moving inside a tightly packed frame, all the while...

    No Trivia: Baltimore's Top 10 Most Desirable Singles! Chiffon! War On Women! Abdu Ali! Lower Dens!

    No Trivia: Baltimore's Top 10 Most Desirable Singles! Chiffon! War On Women! Abdu Ali! Lower Dens!
    Oh boy, so earlier this week Baltimore Magazine released a list of the "top 20 bachelors and bachelorettes in Baltimore," or as I've taken to calling it, "the top 20 all straight, mostly white bachelors and bachelorettes in Baltimore who generally don't...