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4.10 Gold Bar
Golden Pelicans
Advlts
Quitter

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4.11 at Gold Bar & the Crown
GLITTERTHIGHS PRESENTS
TWO ROOM SHOW!
TT The Artist
Double Dutchess
Big Dipper
Mighty Mark
DJ Lemz
Day Creeper
Bloody Show

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4.15 Gold Bar
PURE POP NIGHT, VOL 1
Ne-hi
Joy Classic
Surf Harp

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4.16 Gold Bar
Protomartyr
Spray Paint
Big Christ

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4.17 Gold Bar
White Fang
Denny and the Jets
DJ DAD WEED
TBA

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4.18 Metro Gallery
Loop
The Flying Eyes
Jowe Head (Swell Maps/ Television Personalities)

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4.19 Gold Bar
RECORD STORE DAY SHOW!
Presented by Celebrated Summer Records & Unregistered Nurse

Old Lines
Criminal Code
WARXGAMES

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4.24 Gold Bar
Ravagers
Games
Slow Jerks

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4.25 Gold Bar
The Death Set EP Release
The Sneaks
Wax Witches
Judge Mental

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5.2 at Gold Bar & the Crown
Uunregistered Nurse & W33ddog 666 presents

TWO ROOM SHOW

The Skull Defekts
Asa Osbourne
Horse Lords
Microkingdom
Multicult
Wume

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5.3 Ottobar
The Men
Nude Beach
The Convocation
Deletions


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5.8 Metro Gallery
Howler (Rough Trade Records)
Babes
TBA


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5.21 Charm City Art Space
Titus Andronicus
with TBA

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5.24 Ottobar
SOUTHPAW RECORDS 5 YEAR ANNIVERSARY


with
Reigning Sound
Sam Coffey and the Iron Lungs
Advlts

DJs
The Thing With Two Heads & Robbie Fearless of Save Your Soul
+ more!!!

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6.7& 6.8 the Crown, the Gold Bar & Wind Up Space
LADYFEST BALTIMORE
Two days of bands women/ feminist bands
a not-for-profit fest
to benefit House of Ruth Maryland

Big Mouth (Bmore)
Coup Savage and the Snips (DC)
Creepoid (Philly)
Crimson Wave (Bmore)
Dasher (Atlanta)
Glittoris (Bmore)
Lizz King (Bmore)
Mr. Moccasin (Bmore)
Puff Pieces (DC)
Sexgender (Bmore)
Shady Hawkins (NY)
Trophy Wife (Philly)
Wet Brain (Bmore)
Whorepaint (NY)
and more, TBA

Plus daytime workshops, and a market of women-made goods



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Terry Malts at Metro Gallery tonite! With The Matrimonials, Wrong Words, Crimson Wave & a rare dj appearance by Matt Walter!

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CONFIRMED! 5.5
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Savage Booking & Unregistered Nurse Present; CINCO DE MAYO RAGER AT GW JUST $5!!!!! NIGHT BEATS (Experimental R&B from Seattle)FACEBOOK ADVLTS (Baltimore punk)FACEBOOK PLURALS (ex mem. Buttsteak/ Sick Weapons)BANDCAMP plus Drink specials!! 10pm

CONFIRMED! 5.5

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Savage Booking & Unregistered Nurse Present;

CINCO DE MAYO RAGER AT GW
JUST $5!!!!!

NIGHT BEATS (Experimental R&B from Seattle)
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ADVLTS (Baltimore punk)
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PLURALS (ex mem. Buttsteak/ Sick Weapons)
BANDCAMP

plus Drink specials!!

10pm

Wednesday night at GW

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Added! 3.6

Little Rib has been added to the Jacco Gardner (Trouble in mind) show at Golden West on 3.6. CLICK HERE to RSVP!

CONFIRMED! 3.6
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JACCO GARDNER (Netherlands, Trouble In Mind)FACEBOOK + TBA $7 Admission // ALL AGES presented by U+N and Savage Party Allow us to introduce the US debut of 24-year old Dutch multi-instrumentalist Jacco Gardner – prepare to have your minds blown. After releasing a criminally limited 7-inch in Europe earlier in 2012, Gardner returns with a brand-new, double dose of hits for Trouble In Mind. “Where Will You Go”‘s opening guitar strums fade into view before lurching into a dreamy baroque-pop groover, with lush melodies cascading over a driving drum beat, conjuring images of Syd jamming with Revolver-era Beatles. “Summer’s Game” chimes in with Jacco crooning like a young Colin Blunstone over a lilting harpsichord that unfolds into a heavenly psychedelic pop gem- shimmering right there on your turntable. Mining the past can be tricky business, but Gardner maneuvers his way around the trappings by not simply aping his influences, but by creating a unique & stirring new voice in modern psychedelic pop music.

CONFIRMED! 3.6

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JACCO GARDNER (Netherlands, Trouble In Mind)
FACEBOOK

+ TBA

$7 Admission // ALL AGES

presented by U+N and Savage Party


Allow us to introduce the US debut of 24-year old Dutch multi-instrumentalist Jacco Gardner – prepare to have your minds blown. After releasing a criminally limited 7-inch in Europe earlier in 2012, Gardner returns with a brand-new, double dose of hits for Trouble In Mind. “Where Will You Go”‘s opening guitar strums fade into view before lurching into a dreamy baroque-pop groover, with lush melodies cascading over a driving drum beat, conjuring images of Syd jamming with Revolver-era Beatles. “Summer’s Game” chimes in with Jacco crooning like a young Colin Blunstone over a lilting harpsichord that unfolds into a heavenly psychedelic pop gem- shimmering right there on your turntable. Mining the past can be tricky business, but Gardner maneuvers his way around the trappings by not simply aping his influences, but by creating a unique & stirring new voice in modern psychedelic pop music.

Added! 7.8

TYLER JOHN TYLER (Trouble In Mind Records) have been added to the 7.8 show w TACOCAT, GUANTANAMO BAYWATCH, SLUTEVER & WAR ON WOMEN

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CONFIRMED! 7.5
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Widowspeak ( Captured Tracks, from NY… FACEBOOK) Boyhood (mem White Wires, from Canada… BANDCAMP) Hollows (Trouble in Mind Records, from Chicago… WEBSITE)  +1

 Pitchfork; 7.5 “It usually takes years of practice and several albums for bands to reach the crestfallen state Brooklyn trio Widowspeak showcase on their debut. Here, the music’s poignant rush came quickly: We’re told their debut single “Harsh Realm” was recorded after the band played a total of six shows. The fatalistic croon of singer/songwriter Molly Hamilton has already garnered plenty of Hope Sandoval comparisons. It would be remiss not to mention those here, as Hamilton’s phrasing is often nearly identical to her most obvious influence, but there’s enough variation in mood and texture to give this project a weight and balance all of its own. Much of the credit is due to the versatile guitar lines traded between Hamilton and Robert Earl Thomas. At times there’s a hollowed-out starkness and foreboding to the playing reminiscent of Ennio Morricone’s spaghetti western soundtracks (“Puritan”); at others there’s a meshing of hippy idealism and influences extracted from bad-vibes garage rock not dissimilar to Love at their peak (see the pleasingly atonal guitar solo that ripples through “Nightcrawlers”). The latter even bears a moody 1950s tenor that sounds like Alex Zhang Hungtai of Dirty Beaches with the filth cleaned out of his fingernails. Anyone looking to wallow in 1990s nostalgia will find much to gorge on, too— touchstones from that decade come thick and fast. For instance, when Hamilton’s not channeling Sandoval, and when the band crawls out of the doldrums into more upbeat territory (“Gun Shy”, “Half Awake”), she often resembles Madder Rose singer Mary Lorson. The skill with which Widowspeak assimilates those parts into alluring song structures is what prevents this from being an exercise in tributary. There’s an ache to “Harsh Realm” that’s all their own, the central vocal line (“I always think about you”) bearing a downplayed creepiness that suggests Hamilton knows a thing or two about the ill effects of obsessive love. The one-two punch of “Gun Shy” and “Hard Times” are where the band hits its peak, the former combining their natural wistfulness with bouts of polished-up Link Wray guitar twang that wouldn’t sound out of place on the soundtrack to Tom DiCillo’s Johnny Suede. On “Hard Times” they bend everything around a featherlight pop framework that provides a perfectly melancholy backbone to Hamilton’s naturally listless demeanor: It has the right amount of sun and shade much of Widowspeak possesses, the lightness of touch in the arrangement preventing the songwriting from toppling over into unpalatable sorrow.” Full review; HERE

CONFIRMED! 7.5

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Widowspeak ( Captured Tracks, from NY… FACEBOOK)

Boyhood (mem White Wires, from Canada… BANDCAMP)

Hollows (Trouble in Mind Records, from Chicago… WEBSITE)

+1



Pitchfork; 7.5
“It usually takes years of practice and several albums for bands to reach the crestfallen state Brooklyn trio Widowspeak showcase on their debut. Here, the music’s poignant rush came quickly: We’re told their debut single “Harsh Realm” was recorded after the band played a total of six shows. The fatalistic croon of singer/songwriter Molly Hamilton has already garnered plenty of Hope Sandoval comparisons. It would be remiss not to mention those here, as Hamilton’s phrasing is often nearly identical to her most obvious influence, but there’s enough variation in mood and texture to give this project a weight and balance all of its own.

Much of the credit is due to the versatile guitar lines traded between Hamilton and Robert Earl Thomas. At times there’s a hollowed-out starkness and foreboding to the playing reminiscent of Ennio Morricone’s spaghetti western soundtracks (“Puritan”); at others there’s a meshing of hippy idealism and influences extracted from bad-vibes garage rock not dissimilar to Love at their peak (see the pleasingly atonal guitar solo that ripples through “Nightcrawlers”). The latter even bears a moody 1950s tenor that sounds like Alex Zhang Hungtai of Dirty Beaches with the filth cleaned out of his fingernails. Anyone looking to wallow in 1990s nostalgia will find much to gorge on, too— touchstones from that decade come thick and fast. For instance, when Hamilton’s not channeling Sandoval, and when the band crawls out of the doldrums into more upbeat territory (“Gun Shy”, “Half Awake”), she often resembles Madder Rose singer Mary Lorson.

The skill with which Widowspeak assimilates those parts into alluring song structures is what prevents this from being an exercise in tributary. There’s an ache to “Harsh Realm” that’s all their own, the central vocal line (“I always think about you”) bearing a downplayed creepiness that suggests Hamilton knows a thing or two about the ill effects of obsessive love. The one-two punch of “Gun Shy” and “Hard Times” are where the band hits its peak, the former combining their natural wistfulness with bouts of polished-up Link Wray guitar twang that wouldn’t sound out of place on the soundtrack to Tom DiCillo’s Johnny Suede. On “Hard Times” they bend everything around a featherlight pop framework that provides a perfectly melancholy backbone to Hamilton’s naturally listless demeanor: It has the right amount of sun and shade much of Widowspeak possesses, the lightness of touch in the arrangement preventing the songwriting from toppling over into unpalatable sorrow.”

Full review; HERE

Added! 4/6

The FLYING EYES ( FACEBOOK) have been added to the 4/6 show at Golden West w Psychic Ills + The Night Beats

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CONFIRMED  4/7
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PSYCHIC ILLS (Sacred Bones… FACEBOOK)

NIGHT BEATS (Garagey Psych, Trouble in Mind… FACEBOOK) +1  , TBA 
at Golden West
$6/ 10pm 


From Wikipedia; Psychic Ills is an  experimental rock/psychedelic rock band from New York, USA. The current  line-up consists of Tres Warren(guitar, vocals), Elizabeth Hart(bass),  Dan Wise(guitar) , Brandon Davis (keyboard) and Chris Millstein (drums).  Their first full length album, Dins, was released in early 2006 with  the painting, “Three Hairs and Shadow” by German Fluxus artist Wolf  Vostell as the cover art. The Village Voice named them Best Psych Rock Band in their 2006 Best of NYC issue. In early 2008 they performed in Marfa, Texas for the opening of the  Hello Meth Lab In The Sun art installation, and at the Contemporary Art  Museum in Bordeaux France for the IAO festival. In 2009 they released  Mirror Eye and toured the US with Butthole Surfers. For 2011’s Hazed Dream, the band moved to Sacred Bones and opted for a more streamlined, accessible approach. Members of Psychic Ills have been involved in various other projects.  Elizabeth Hart plays bass with Effi Briest and performs with the  improvisational dance and music ensemble Skint. Tres Warren collaborates  with visual artist Taketo Shimada as Messages and with Drew McDowall of  Coil as Compound Eye. Former drummer Brian Tamborello participated in  the Boredoms Boadrum projects and played drums on Mike Wexler’s record  Sun Wheel.
 From Get Bent; “As the first notes of this album began to play, my face automatically  contorted in pleasure. It probably wasn’t very pretty, but I really  don’t care. Every part of my body began to bop about in its awkward  little way, and I began to jam. If King Khan and the Black Lips and Ty  Segall somehow were able to conceive a musical baby, this would most  assuredly be it. Night Beats manage to be a soulful and psychedelic yet  surfy brand of garage rock. These kids are based from Seattle now, but  2/3 of the band originally hails from Texas. It’s easy to pick up the  13th Floor Elevators references, along with several other Texan psych  staples. It was hard for me to pick just one offering for you, dear  listeners, because every song on the album highlighted another facet of  their insane talent. Night Beats supplied a psychedelic odyssey that  clocked in at 7:12, and then offset it with several bangers under the  3:00 mark. Standouts include “Puppet On A String”, “Dial 666”, “The  Other Side”, and “Halucinojenny.” Enjoy the melty, fuzzy,  face-contorting goodness”

CONFIRMED  4/7

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PSYCHIC ILLS (Sacred Bones… FACEBOOK)

NIGHT BEATS (Garagey Psych, Trouble in Mind… FACEBOOK)


+1 , TBA


at Golden West

$6/ 10pm 

From Wikipedia;
Psychic Ills is an experimental rock/psychedelic rock band from New York, USA. The current line-up consists of Tres Warren(guitar, vocals), Elizabeth Hart(bass), Dan Wise(guitar) , Brandon Davis (keyboard) and Chris Millstein (drums). Their first full length album, Dins, was released in early 2006 with the painting, “Three Hairs and Shadow” by German Fluxus artist Wolf Vostell as the cover art.

The Village Voice named them Best Psych Rock Band in their 2006 Best of NYC issue.

In early 2008 they performed in Marfa, Texas for the opening of the Hello Meth Lab In The Sun art installation, and at the Contemporary Art Museum in Bordeaux France for the IAO festival. In 2009 they released Mirror Eye and toured the US with Butthole Surfers.

For 2011’s Hazed Dream, the band moved to Sacred Bones and opted for a more streamlined, accessible approach.

Members of Psychic Ills have been involved in various other projects. Elizabeth Hart plays bass with Effi Briest and performs with the improvisational dance and music ensemble Skint. Tres Warren collaborates with visual artist Taketo Shimada as Messages and with Drew McDowall of Coil as Compound Eye. Former drummer Brian Tamborello participated in the Boredoms Boadrum projects and played drums on Mike Wexler’s record Sun Wheel.

From Get Bent;
“As the first notes of this album began to play, my face automatically contorted in pleasure. It probably wasn’t very pretty, but I really don’t care. Every part of my body began to bop about in its awkward little way, and I began to jam. If King Khan and the Black Lips and Ty Segall somehow were able to conceive a musical baby, this would most assuredly be it. Night Beats manage to be a soulful and psychedelic yet surfy brand of garage rock. These kids are based from Seattle now, but 2/3 of the band originally hails from Texas. It’s easy to pick up the 13th Floor Elevators references, along with several other Texan psych staples. It was hard for me to pick just one offering for you, dear listeners, because every song on the album highlighted another facet of their insane talent. Night Beats supplied a psychedelic odyssey that clocked in at 7:12, and then offset it with several bangers under the 3:00 mark. Standouts include “Puppet On A String”, “Dial 666”, “The Other Side”, and “Halucinojenny.” Enjoy the melty, fuzzy, face-contorting goodness”

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