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  • Stop playing fast and loose with Bmore club history

    Stop playing fast and loose with Bmore club history
    This playing fast and loose with Baltimore club history must stop. The innovators, all of them working-class, most of them black, all from Baltimore, haven't really gotten their due or really received proper acknowledgement for their contributions to a style of music that has gone global. At best, they are a series of names shouted out before some hack producer posts his track or a cornball website highlights said track. You know, "Scottie B, KW Griff & DJ Booman, DJ Technics, Rod Lee, much respect to the OGs" and all of that shit.
  • Listen to James Nasty and DJ Dizzy's butt music EP, 'Bmore Bounce'

    Listen to James Nasty and DJ Dizzy's butt music EP, 'Bmore Bounce'
    Just when you think Baltimore club's ability to grab onto viral pop-culture detritus has hit a wall, some new fresh-faced producer comes along and re-energizes the formula. These days, it's DJ Dizzy, a young producer best known for his Bmore club take...

    BPM: Mixology, DJ Dizzy, and Bmore Disco

    - Last month’s Mixology, the annual weeklong celebration of dance music that takes place at several venues around Baltimore, included a night hosted by Unruly Records at The Get Down on Oct. 21 for the American premiere of the Baltimore club music...

    Short List: G-Eazy, Mark Soskin, Kenny Loggins, The Ready Set and more

    Short List: G-Eazy, Mark Soskin, Kenny Loggins, The Ready Set and more
    WEDNESDAY: Ex Hex, which just released a great debut album on Merge Records, plays the Ottobar with Speedy Ortiz and Wing Dam. The Baltimore Boom Bap Society gets the party moving at the Windup Space. Feed The Scene presents a bill at the Sidebar...

    Blinded With Science: Hopkins brings in Thomas Dolby to 'do a neighborhood' and evangelize for its troubling model

    Blinded With Science: Hopkins brings in Thomas Dolby to 'do a neighborhood' and evangelize for its troubling model
    Thomas Dolby, looking dapper in a boater hat and hip glasses whose lenses reflect the light of his laptop, sits at a back booth of Canteen in Station North, only a couple blocks from the new Hopkins/ MICA buildings—the old Parkway and Centre...