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July 20th, 2010 - 1:33 am § in True/Slant

The end of Whartscape and cultural hierarchy

For the past four years, Baltimore’s Whartscape presented pop music on the edge of the avant-garde: Any hot band worth talking about now and several years from now seemed to play Whartscape at some point. As the festival hits its fifth year, it will also meet its untimely demise, as Dan Deacon[...]

September 18th, 2008 - 12:10 am § in Perfect Lines

All The Random Stuff That's Fit

Let’s break this down in bullet points: *TV on the Radio‘s Dear Science, has officially been released online, one week early. Who knows why Interscope made the decision, and really, who cares? You can purchase the album on iTunes or stream it for free at Lala (you must sign up first). Up[...]

July 10th, 2008 - 3:42 am § in Perfect Lines

Bastards of Pop

By now most music-loving folk are aware of the pay-what-you-want, online release of Girl Talk’s latest album, Feed The Animals. But this isn’t about that… well, it’s almost not about that. As any other savy internet users are concerned, a trio of folks hailing from the greate[...]



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