NEW MUSIC IN BALTIMORE: SPRING 2013
This isn’t all that’s playing on repeat this week. We’re purposely omitting from this list some bands who we’re friends with and thus heard plenty of before. We’re also omitting bands like Double Dagger, who have new music out but were/are breaking up. We’re also leaving out stuff that we’ve mentioned already in earlier posts this week. Out of what remains, here are the top 5 bands that we’re not only listening to now, but we expect we’ll be listening to well into the future.
TOMORROW: KILLER ANGELS OPENING RECEPTION @ WINDUP SPACE
A preview of the show is available at jmgiordanophotography.com as well as representations of much of Giordano’s other work, which ranges from cupcakes and Pop-Tarts to transgendered prostitutes.
Little It’ly, Hon. (at Little Italy)
at The Sidebar Tavern
Make em say Uuuuhhhhdults, of Baltimore. (at The Sidebar Tavern)
TOMORROW: PEALS @ BALTIMORE MUSEUM OF ART
Peals is Bruce Willen (of Double Dagger) and William Cashion’s (of Future Islands) new project, whose debut LP Walking Field is available this week from Thrill Jockey Records. A Closer Listen described Walking Field as ‘a warm and enveloping album… less immediate than their previous work but just as engaging.’
Charm City. (at Carroll Park Golf Course)
Bought the CF barstool seats for today’s game. Worth every penny.