KAHLON: The Cut Up Series Part I

Nov. 5

The influential bimonthly dance show returns close to what would be its third anniversary as a series of shows—or essentially, mini-fesitivals—across the city because, as they declare on the description, there is "a desperate need" for "interesting and diverse arts programming in Baltimore's underground night life," and hey, I can't really argue. Put together by Abdu Ali and Lawrence Burney (who, full disclosure have both contributed to City Paper and are friends of the paper) along with Dylan Ubaldo, Theresa Chromati, Carlyn Thomas, Caitlin Goldblatt (another CP contributor), and Johnny Rogers, Kahlon has been crucial as both the entry-way into Baltimore black avant-club/rap/dance scene and in a sense, its apotheosis. It is the show everybody is at. This first installment at The Crown, where Kahlon began, features Leiomy Maldonado, D. Watkins (another CP contributor), DJ Angel Baby, Papi Juice, Mane Squeeze, Logicoma, DJ Delish, Beya Likhari, and Neroscream. 8 p.m., The Crown, 1910 N Charles St., (410) 625-4848, thecrownbaltimore.tumblr.com, $10. (Brandon Soderberg)

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