Double Dagger calls it quits

There likely hasn't been a band over the past decade of Baltimore music that's become more of an institution than Double Dagger, a go-to for quality loudness, intelligence, and populism. Double Dagger has been the band that can rile a 20-year-old crusty, make an avant-everything art student crowd surf, and lay a hook into an indie-rock old-timer-while sharing a record label with Tortoise. As we were putting the finishing touches on this issue, Double Dagger announced it's calling it quits, going out on a "high note." Fair enough.

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