Saturday: The Sneaks, 3lon, Normaling, Bond St. District, and Space Dinosaur

Dec. 19

Do you like Star Wars? I don't. I mean the first one (which is really the fourth episode) is pretty great, especially the way it kind of just drops you in the middle of this world without much context and you have to figure it all out, but the rest of the original trilogy's a pretentious snooze and oh boy, those prequels, why. So while all your friends are going to see the latest Star Wars movie, "Star Wars: The Force Awakens," go to The Crown and catch a night of futuristic Baltimore music: the synth-y, dubby rhythmic pop of the Sneaks; the molting sci-fi R&B of 3lon; the angular club music of Normaling; the baroque boom-bap of Bond St. District; and the 8-bit-invoking electronic project Space Dinosaur. The show will also have visuals by animator Isaac Ewart. 7 p.m., The Crown, 1910 N. Charles St., (410) 625-4848,, $5. (Brandon Soderberg)

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