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  • No Trivia: Streaming Baltimore Club, Streaming Police Brutality

    No Trivia: Streaming Baltimore Club, Streaming Police Brutality
    Two Fridays ago, the website Boiler Room live-streamed a "Baltimore Club Special" from New York, featuring James Nasty, Mighty Mark and TT The Artist, Scottie B, DJ Technics, and Rod Lee. I spent the evening stuck in front of my laptop, the stream in one window, Twitter in another tab, reading friends' and musicians' excited commentary on the set, GChat open blabbing to my dance music nerd buddies, taking in this sort-of moment for Bmore club. And unlike most Boiler Room events, wherein tastemaking DJs do their best while a bunch of invite-only douchebags dick around on their phones and don't dance, this crowd caught the Bmore club bug and went nuts. It was heartening.
  • Normaling, "Corpus Callosum"

    Normaling, "Corpus Callosum"
    (Space is the Place) What the actual fuck? Last week British music magazine FACT pimped local outfit Normaling’s debut EP as a “weird-and-queer take on Baltimore club” music. Let’s assume that’s ye olde Oxford English...

    Download the Boiler Room "Baltimore Club Special" EP featuring TT The Artist, James Nasty, more

    Download the Boiler Room "Baltimore Club Special" EP featuring TT The Artist, James Nasty, more
    Last Friday, the "Baltimore Club Special" featuring Mighty Mark & TT The Artist, DJ Technics, Scottie B, Rod Lee, and James Nasty, who was added to the lineup last minute, streamed live on Boiler Room's website at 7 p.m. Boiler Room, a website that sets...

    And now the superlatives for last weekend's Moonrise Festival

    And now the superlatives for last weekend's Moonrise Festival
    "Shoes off!" and "I need you to lift up your hair so I can see behind your ears" are two things I have rarely, if ever, heard when going through a security check to enter a festival. Additionally, sealed water bottles had to be emptied but were...

    Get Up

    Get Up
    Brenmar’s dance music exists in a world where R&B and rap rests on top of the regional club beats from his hometown of Chicago’s juke/footwork scene to Baltimore club music. Although the producer has been crafting club-friendly tracks for...