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  • Young Moose, "O.T.M. 2" (Out The Mud Records)

    Young Moose, "O.T.M. 2" (Out The Mud Records)
    Baltimore’s Young Moose sounds like he grew up on the street rap of New Orleans and Baton Rouge: ‘Posted,’ the standout single from his latest mixtape “O.T.M. 2,” features a No Limit-style piano loop; his drawling delivery is equal parts Webbie and Juvenile; and “Out the Mud,” the title of his label and mixtape series, is a phrase most commonly encountered in the lyrics of Louisiana heroes like Lil Boosie or Kevin Gates. But Moose’s Baltimore accent is unmistakable—“little” sounds like “lor,” “dog” sounds like “dug”—and there’s a palpable sense that the grimy narratives in these songs took place in his own backyard, not some fantasy version of the deep South.
  • BPM

    BPM
    James Nasty has established himself as one of Baltimore club music’s best and most versatile DJs over the past few years, although he hadn’t released an EP since 2009’s "Good Times." This month, he rectifies that with the "Calvert St EP,...

    The Short List: July 2-9

    The Short List: July 2-9
    WEDNESDAY: New York funk quartet Tauk kicks off a month of weekly performances at the 8x10 in advance of the release of its new album "Collisions." Singer-songwriter Marcus Dagan performs at The Cabaret at Germano’s. Don’t miss: Baltimore punk...

    Snap City

    Snap City
    Trains of skaters up to 10 deep are ripping around the rink. People are doing a little dip known as the “Baltimore Bounce,” snapping half turns in double and triple time, skating backward, kicking their legs out, both controlled and...

    Station North's 'Dance to Keep From Crying': Packed, Well-Curated, Twerky, Awesome

    Big Freedia. Photo by Sarah Thrower On Friday evening in Station North, you could hear the "Ha" from a few hundred feet away, at least. That stop-start-and-drop vocal sample from Masters of Work's "The Ha Dance," a song snippet that has gone on to...