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  • Q&A: Sonic Suicide Squad

    Listening to Washington, D.C./New Jersey trio Sonic Suicide Squad is comparable to watching naturalists attempt to ensnare sharks, cougars, or grizzly bears for scientific or educational purposes. The thrill and thrall are couched in seeing how the capture will play out. Will the struggle be quick and easy, or long, bloody, and visceral? The initial scenario is fairly uniform, with drummer Sam Lohman and "live acoustic manipulator" Jon Simler donning pith helmets to net Vinnie Paternostro's wild, unruly tenor saxophone game, but the improvised results can vary. The ragged strains of Songs For Slaughter--Sonic Suicide Squad's debut, issued by Washington's Panic Research Audio late last year--pale beside the sounds of the bevvy of recordings it has in store for 2009.
  • Tonio: From Da Top Talks Investments On New Single "Suicide"

    Tonio: From Da Top has one of the best and strangest names in Baltimore hip-hop, and is also an alumnus of the same label, Da Bloc Inc., that helped launch the careers of Los and Skarr Akbar. But Tonio's greatest asset is his own music, which has a hard-...

    Q&A: Solar Temple Suicides On Fears, SCarey Studios, and the Japanese Nuclear Disaster

    The first instrumental element you'll take real note of in a Solar Temple Suicides song is the bass. It's not shy, that bass. It's prominent in the mix: bold, booming, probing, a sweet, mellow groundswell carrying the rest of this Baltimore-based group'...

    A supposedly fun thing I will never do, never, ever

    Back in February, when an explosion turned the Carnival Cruise ship "Triumph" into a shit bucket stranded at sea for nearly a week, port officials here said that they didn't think the incident would affect the business of cruise ships in Baltimore, and...

    Winter of our Content

    Winter of our Content
    Little Music Issue I would like to take issue with the alleged big “music” issue (Feature, July 30). Frankly, you should have called it the “Big Pop Music Issue,” or maybe the “Big Bar Band Music Issue” or perhaps the...