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  • 8 ohms Band

    8 ohms are an Annapolis Based 8 piece horn heavy funk, soul, reggae band. Their sound, while reminiscent of James Brown, Bob Marley and early 70's rare groove, still provides a unique and eclectic perspective in modern music.

  • 9 Mile Roots

    "9MR is a band that slashes through the mold of normality. When one of the 6 members has a song or a riff idea, it goes through the 9MR filter; it gets tweeked, it gets shredded, it gets edgier or louder, sometimes it gets chopped completely, but it will always jump out the box as a killer groove with a unanimous stamp of approval. The sound created by 9MR comes from a number of influences. They are constantly striving to find that delicate blend of reggae and rock where the music just floats on it’s own. The sound of 9MR has been compared to Sublime and Reel Big Fish with drops of Marley and John Browns Body, and the whimsy of Cake and Bare Naked Ladies. 9 Mile Roots hails from the Baltimore area and is always up for playing the dock bars, the festivals, the dive bars, and even the private party."

  • A.D.I.D.A.M.

    Multi-instrumentalist and eclectic performer who seamlessly combines elements of hip-hop, gospel, classical, bossa-nova, and gamelan. His new album All Day I Dream About Music is currently available at Tower Records, CD baby, and www.adidammusic.com.

  • A5HRF

    "The Set UP: Acoustic Guitar + Microphone. Brief History: ashrf is a fusion of Middle Eastern & American cultures, merging Sudanese roots with his rock influence to craft an original and enjoyable sound. His music was labeled “Middle Eastern Alternative” by the Owings Mills Times. He has performed since he was a young boy in Sudan, and began playing venues and events in the DC Tri-State area in 2003. He is always the one to call for original Songwriter Showcases, international festivals, and has been the featured artist at many musical events. Because of his simple set up, he is quick to begin on stage and easy on the ears. His unique and captivating sound is always a crowd favorite. His many performances include the featured artist’s slot on the Fredrick County Public Access show called “Backstage Pass.” His cover of “Allergy” by ilyAIMY was played at a local college radio station in Tennessee. Poetic lyrics crafted into pentatonic scales provide the main ingredients for his music, and his falsetto is always the icing on his musical cake. All in all, he is an acoustic act not to be missed."

  • Albatross

    "Four gents making (experi)mental musical mayhem that is challenging and intriguing while maintaining a quirky and accessible pop mentality."

  • Alex McNamee

    "Solo nylon string guitarist. Specializes in Latin and ethnic music. Repertoire contains some classical standards by Bach, Tarrega, Albeniz, Granados, and De Falla"

  • Altruist

    "Accomplished studio musician specializing in trumpet performance. With a resume reflecting influences of jazz, fusion, orchestral and military music styles, versatility is Altruist's strength. Performance is a personal forte, however, composing for commercials and utilizing midi based music is also an asset. Altruist is endeavoring to establish a new plateau for music performance and musician outlook and disposition. A native of Maryland, specifically Harford County, most of Albert's technique was developed in the backdrop of quiet woods within a community called Harford's Landing. With windows raised as a "child of the horn", support from the community has always been "humbly" received. Notable influences in Altruist's life include family,(Asher, Yezre'el, Neferah, and Yahnedibah. Innumerable school teachers, close friends, the musicianship of Wynton Marsalis, Chick Corea, Hank Levy, Professor of Jazz (Towson University), Jim Murdza, the "Old Lady down the hall, and of course, the "upper one". Altruist has been commissioned to perform in various venues on the east coast, including commercial recordings & is immediately available for recording, instruction and gig-work." "Music is the Doorway to Enhanced Spirituality. Let us allow ourselves to open this door many times". "Quote from Altruist"

  • Ami Dang
  • Andy Hayleck

    "Another local High Zero first-timer, Hayleck divides his time between improvisation and stints with everything from a ska band to Neil Feather's Aerotrain." -- Lee Gardner, Citypaper.com

  • Ashy Beat Hits

    "A conglomerate of free form Baltimore/DC musicians that mixes Dub, Reggae, Funk, Acid Jazz, Trip Hop, Psychedelic, Breakbeat, Ska, Punk, Neo Soul, Afrobeat."

  • At the Altar of the Cosmic Unicorn

    "En Vind Av Sorg La seg tungst omkring De Eldstes hus En eim av Frost pa en allerede Frossen sjel Et savn av Hyllest fra disse De Edle sinn Minnes de svundne Tider Et Hav av Tid har gaet siden Den gang Norroners tro og skikk Til Skogen hjem en Kom og trakk luften inn Her lukter det Kristen manns blod - igler pa Vare Hjerter"

  • Ballyhoo

    4 guys mixin' rock, reggae, and funk to make you sing & dance for days! If you like Sublime, Incubus, or 311, you'll love Ballyhoo!

  • Baltimore Brass

    Founded in the spring of 2000, the Baltimore Brass consists of five musicians with diverse musical backgrounds. As active performers and music educators, the Baltimore Brass is dedicated to promoting and perpetuating the role of brass instruments in the context of chamber music.The Baltimore Brass encourages the recognition of the versatility of the brass quintet by performing a variety of compositional genres from the works of J.S. Bach through Duke Ellington and Eric Ewazen. They also perform their own original compositions.

  • Baltimore Islanders Steelband

    Steel Band providing soca, calypso and other various forms of music.

  • Baltimore Stormin' Brainz

    Collective of Maryland/DC, promoters, party crews, DJs, producers, artists, venue representatives, collaborators, motivators, rave, club, & party goers feelin’ the fresh revival of Charm City’S DJs and music nightlife! Whether you are the DJ, the promoter, or the partygoer, BSB is a citywide unit so that when you go out, you know the people; when you spin, you have the crowd; when you throw parties, everyone is there!

  • B-Amazing

    Bio Luckly for America, this Iranian-born hip-hop artist worked his way west and now calls Baltimore home. And Baltimore can call him one of the premiere sources of musical talent in its city. This up-and-comer knows exactly how to make ear-catching hooks out of beats and mind-grabbing lyrics out of words. Anybody can put beats together and anybody can string together words. But real impact comes when an artist of true talent is doing the song constructing. Meet that artist. The Zone Nobody can deny that B-Amazing is an artist of incredible focus and soaring musical passions. When he's in the creative flow, his mind and soul go somewhere else, to a world of his own creating. His entire consciousness draws a bead on its target - the creation of fine music. "Music puts me in a zone," B-Amazing says. Open your ears. Tune in. Hit play. And join B-Amazing in the zone. Heart NO POSERS! That's the rule in B-Amazing's realm of hip-hop. Purity is of utmost importance. Reality is vital. Fakery and fronting are tickets the opposite direction from success. B-Amazing believes in staying true to himself. His hip-hop, he says, will only have power if it's coming from the real him, not some false face. "Music should come from the heart," he declares. "So therefore, every song should be a reflection of the artist's feeling at that particular time." His emotions have sharp edges. His thoughts and words are dangerous in their truth and independence. This is how hip-hop is supposed to be. The Artist at Work B-Amazing is scheduled to perform at the Billboard Hip-Hop and R&B Music Conference in Atlanta this fall. When he's not on stage (which is every chance he gets), he's either writing or recording. "I'm always in that process," he says. B-Amazing is set to dominate the streets with his first mixtape, "Slugfest Episode 1," a compilation of original songs that also includes a free promotional CD of freestyles set to industry beats.

  • Banana Boom

    "Banana Boom plays an amalgamation of rock reggae, ska, and funk. They push the boundaries of modern music to provide a rump shaking listening experience that can only be described as BANANA BOOM! Come out to one of their shows and prepare to be mezmerized. Feel the island vibe."

  • Big Chief

    "This artist spotlight features one of Baltimore’s breakthrough artists, Big Chief. Chief, who is a rapper, songwriter, and producer, embodies the essence of a standup entertainer. A graduate of Frederick Douglass High School’s Music Career’s Program, Big Chief is not only armed with the lyrics it takes to step into the game, but also the business savvy it takes to dominate the game. "At first glance, you’ll see the long, twisted locks of hair along with a baby face and may think he can’t be all that, but once he hits the stage with his powerful vocals, undeniable confidence, and raw lyrics, you’ll see that he is a force to be reckoned with. Chief initially made a name for himself through appearances on several projects released under the independent label, Straight Up/ Rockmell Records. "After the success he endured while on Straight Up/ Rockmell Records, Chief decided to take control of his own destiny. In 2005, together with his best friend, he developed his own marketing, promotions, and record label, The Black Republican Music group. When asked to describe his music, Chief says: “My music is the definition of real life. Marketing and establishing an identity as a strong hip hop artist with the ability to sell is not a goal I feel I cannot achieve. I’m the X-factor to hip hop.”

  • Black Birds

    "Sounding eclectic, Black Birds mixes up evolving styles of revolutionary music including Reggae, Indie Rock and Blues. A revolving door band, local musicians create a wide spectrum of song styles for recording, while their live show is a four-piece with 2 members who switch between drums and guitar."

  • Blakk Sweat

    "Really messy, long, extended psycho-psyche jams for the people who want to hear it wild and peaceful, you know. Hopefully with the passion of Ghostface and the flairy air of Ayler, but with less brass and bagpipes."

 

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