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  • Do Everything and Do It Yourself

    Do Everything and Do It Yourself
    It’s 1 A.M. on Artscape Saturday, long after the arts festival has packed up and gone home, but the Windup Space keeps the party going. The bass coming from the venue’s speakers is too loud, as it should be for electro-clubber King Tutt. Behind him, a host of familiar dudes: Unruly Records co-founder Scottie B, Artscape curator and DJ Chris Brooks, savvy local remixer Steve Lemz, visiting producer C Double, and a grip of other promoters, DJs, and friends who wander up to chat with the DJs.
  • No Trivia: The future of Baltimore club is getting sampled in a crappy J. Lo song

    No Trivia: The future of Baltimore club is getting sampled in a crappy J. Lo song
    -A tragic optimism has taken over the Baltimore club scene these past couple of years. Everybody is finally getting pretty damned realistic about the possibility of a local producer or DJ blowing up properly and "making it," which is to say, we're all...

    Hip-Hop, Dundalk-Style

    Graffix In the past six months, we've been noting more and more shows of interest going on at the Black Hole Rock Club, a recently rechristened Dundalk venue previously known as the Zu. We'd been procrastinating checking it out because we so rarely make...

    Mutek: Peak Time, Picnic Time

    If you had a festival pass and a reasonable sense of humor, British duo Quiet Village's "show" on Saturday night was good comedy. For 20 minutes we waited in line to get into Metropolis' smaller subvenue Savoy to see one of the Quiet Village's first shows...

    Ten Years Ago in City Paper: June 5, 2002

    Afefe Tyehimba's feature chronicles parents' struggles to keep Baltimore City Public Schools' Edgewood Elementary from closing. In Mobtown Beat, Van Smith observes the juxtaposition of a newly dedicated bike trail next to the sewage-contaminated Gwynns...