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  • Go Shed Your Past

    Go Shed Your Past
    Celebration’s dreamy ‘Walk On,’ a track from its new “Albumin” (Bella Union), opens with a high-hat shake and bass line combo that recalls girl-group pop. “Walk, you better walk on,” Katrina Ford sings, “find your way home, I know you’re lost.” A keyboard fill comes in behind her, and by this time, the finger-snapping 1960s R&B vibe is unmistakable. Ford compliments that with “Oh, girl, go dry your eyes/ don’t let him see you cry,” before the song explodes into a cheery sunburst. This Celebration admittedly sounds worlds away from the band that led off its 2005 self-titled debut album with ‘War,’ a propulsive jolt of martial drums, organ stabs, and Ford’s confrontational voice ripping through the mettle like ammunition rounds. 
  • The Mail 8/27/14

    The Mail 8/27/14
    Suicide Solution I would be remiss to not respond to Mr. Jon Swift’s reply (The Mail, Aug. 20) to my letter that ran in the Aug. 6 edition of City Paper regarding best practices in reporting on the topic of suicide. Mr. Swift, it seems that...

    Jason Crumer, "Disqualifier"

    Jason Crumer, "Disqualifier"
    (Blossoming Noise) If you’re listening to Jason Crumer albums without quality headphones, you’re doing it wrong. The Baltimore-based noise artist’s catalog teems with eldritch nuance that rewards close listening. “Disqualifier&...

    Puffing through the great "vape" debate over electronic cigarettes

    Recently, I started huffing vapors produced by heating up compounds used in some types of antifreeze. If swallowed, the liquid I'm vaporizing can be poisonous, even fatal, especially to children. No one yet knows what the long-term health effects of...

    Real News Network plants roots-and tackles the "media desert"- in Baltimore

    It was Reagan who lied to us first. The "us" is a room of about 30 people, overwhelmingly of the Millennial set. We're gathered in Highlandtown listening to a panel of CEOs, nonprofit founders, artists, and students talk about what they're doing to...