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In the thirties and forties, glamorous all-girl bands were taking the world by storm but in the mid-fifties, the groundbreaking groups seemed to fizzle out. In 81 minutes, this film tells the untold stories of female jazz and big bad instrumentalists' journey to the top from the late 30s to present day.
Brewmore Baltimore, a documentary focusing on the history of beer brewing in the Baltimore region, will be screened for a public viewing at the Heavy Seas Brewery. The film is directed by Nick Kovaci and features local authors Maureen O’Prey and Rob Kasper. Of course, guests will be provided beer in honor of the documentary.
Join fellow LCD Soundsystem fans for a full-length screening of their concert film "Shut Up and Play the Hits."
The eye-catching 4-D film follows SpongeBob on his mission to save all the jellyfish after they've been abducted by Plankton.
Every Thursday at the Windup Space, come watch bad movie and cult classics.
The Weinberg Center of the Arts has started off its third year of the Flying Dog Movie Series. Each Thursday Night showtimes will begin at 7:30, preceeded by happy hour at 6:30. The Flying Dog Series highlights beloved cult classics. Some of this season's films include The Jerk, Pulp Fiction, Animal House, and Monty Python and the Holy Grail.
An episode of Dr. Who and drink specials every friday.
Film viewing held every first Thursday of the month at The Windup Space for movie buffs and lovers.
The Adventure Theatre performs plays for children along with offering classes and workshops in the theater arts.
Live stand-up comedy featuring comedians seen on HBO, Comedy Central and MTV.
This Hampden gallery was established in 2004 as a gallery for the promotion of local and regional artists and now represents the work over 100 artists. The gallery displays a variety of mediums including painting, pastel and oil stick, mixed media and collage, jewelry, textiles, sculpture, decorative furniture, accessories, wood, ceramic and glass. The artwork presented in the main gallery is constantly changing as artists add new work, but Antreasian also has a separate gallery space for current exhibitions, which highlight a particular theme or medium, occur every six weeks from September through June.
The Audrey Herman Spotlighters Theatre puts on seven shows a season including two musicals, one children's show (usually over the holidays), and both well-known plays and ones by local playwrights. Many of the Spotlighters performances are based on contemporary plays.
This non-profit museum is dedicated to preserving the history of Baltimore's public transportation, particularly that of the streetcar. Exhibits and activities include displays, unlimited rides on streetcars, a carhouse tour and audio-visual presentations of Baltimore streetcar history.
If any one thing brought the members of ...soihadto... together, it's the belief that music isn't simply meant to be listened to, it's to be experienced. Rahn, Duff, Honus and Yungwirth fuel their performances with a love for the pure, immersive sound of performing live. The ...soihadto... story began in 2006 in Baltimore, Maryland. By combining a variety of influences from indie to punk to hardcore to soul-funk and an incomparable melodic approach, the sound of ...soihadto... is as varied and unique as their rapidly growing fan-base. The concept for the bands debut EP was simple: they wanted it to be less of a traditional album, and more of a personal invitation to feel and experience a live performance. The EP is a spontaneous, yet highly kinetic performance, and is the closest you can get to being on stage with the band. The band recorded their upcoming album at the Magpie Cage Studio with producer/engineer J. Robbins. While ...soihadto... have just started their journey, the combination of their unique musical stylings and the furious energy of their live performances have made them a rising band to watch.
"comprised of four classical guitarists, the 1 East Guitar Quartet is a chamber ensemble that works closely with today's best composers (including a few Baltimore residents) to promote and perform new music. 1EastGQ also explores the world of Renaissance and Medieval music to help bring this music back to life, creating and performing exciting new arrangements."
"Instrumental, experimental, saxophone-driven, song-based, high-energy rock."
"Anotha Black Owned Records & Entertainment is an Urban/ Rap/ Hip-Hop/ R&B Compilation of performing artists & Producer."
Experimental collective featuring John Berndt, Catherine Pancake, Andy Hayleck, and Eric Franklin.
"Solo songmaker/multi-instrumentalist practicing the art of neo-folk/pop. Music focuses on vocal melody, surreal textures and poetic lyrics. Instrumentation includes electric/classical guitar, saxophone, drums, piano and voice."
"extreme lo-fidelity, layers of sound, pop music"
"Welcome to the cabaret of the third millenium. Between Brecht, Satie and the circus Pinder, Anne Watts and Boister impose a style that only belongs to them. Derailing the mainstream, the charm [of] this sound catches up to you insidiously." (in the words of the band)
"A conglomerate of free form Baltimore/DC musicians that mixes Dub, Reggae, Funk, Acid Jazz, Trip Hop, Psychedelic, Breakbeat, Ska, Punk, Neo Soul, Afrobeat."
"'What you see is what you get.' Baltimore natives Athens is Burning, embrace those very words that many have used to describe charm city. With songs of heart ache, wrongful death, lost love, haunting dreams, and distressing realities. Athens is Burning persist on setting themselves apart from the rest of the Baltimore music scene.
"heavy, melodic, creative and chaotic.. the Bag Of Humans has become a house-hold name in Baltimore's heavy music scene by creating elaborate, insanity-inducing rhythms and shows for approximately a decade. Although the band is shrouded in mystery, they appear once or twice a year to do nationwide tour or to record."
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!
"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.”
"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."
"A three-piece grunge band spewed from the ashes of the 90's Seattle scene."
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