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Old 09-26-2009, 03:32 PM   #1 (permalink)
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two-piece making riffy psych-folk from balitmore. anyone else heard of them? they remind me of a less eccentric guided by voices. they sometimes switch instruments, which is kind of cool.



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i like it

any albums?
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Old 09-27-2009, 12:08 AM   #3 (permalink)
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There is a pretty good experimental scene in Balatimore City, completely different story in Baltimore County. Pretty good stuff I'll look around for an album or two.

EDIT: First album is free to download and put up by Weekends.
http://www.mediafire.com/?hn14ngo3zjg

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Old 09-27-2009, 03:22 PM   #4 (permalink)
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There is a pretty good experimental scene in Balatimore City, completely different story in Baltimore County. Pretty good stuff I'll look around for an album or two.

EDIT: First album is free to download and put up by Weekends.
Weekends - Weekends (2008).zip
sweet, thanks. you live in baltimore?
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sweet, thanks. you live in baltimore?
Yep...
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you and brandon are hella lucky, dawn treader and charm city art space make me forget everything I've seen on the wire.
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Old 09-27-2009, 04:43 PM   #7 (permalink)
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There is a pretty good experimental scene in Balatimore City, completely different story in Baltimore County. Pretty good stuff I'll look around for an album or two.

EDIT: First album is free to download and put up by Weekends.
Weekends - Weekends (2008).zip
Thanks a lot man! Downloading as I type
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Old 09-30-2009, 11:00 AM   #8 (permalink)
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haha the wire is mainly in west baltimore. anywhere else, you really won't get shot. charm city art space is really the only constant venue in baltimore. Weekends plays at a lot of different places like copycat (an apartment warehouse building) and stuff like that. and yes loose lips is right. There is a really big noise scene in baltimore city. like a lot of mica (maryland institute college of art) people go to those shows. Weekends are the only local noise band i've heard that i really like too much. They were playing with teenage cool kids at ccas not too long ago but i didn't end up going. Baltimore county though....nothing special, maybe like pop-punk or any scene related **** happens there...which is where loose lips and i live. I saw towers and diablero at this one house in baltimore county (the gypsy cabaret [pretty much these people that sell fallafel at farmers markets haha]) but they only put on shows like once in a blue moon and are friends with jeremy from dawn treader I believe.

To Loose Lips: do you ever go to any shows in baltimore, I kind of remember having this convo with you but I forget.

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you really seem to like baltimore a lot haha. Thats pretty cool. A lot of bands here, I kind of take for granted here i guess haha.

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To Loose Lips: do you ever go to any shows in baltimore, I kind of remember having this convo with you but I forget.
Not to much because I have to get a ride to the Ottobar or wherever, last time I went in the city was when I went to the John Hughes night at the Ottobar. And I might be going to See the Dirty Projectors there next month.
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Not to much because I have to get a ride to the Ottobar or wherever, last time I went in the city was when I went to the John Hughes night at the Ottobar. And I might be going to See the Dirty Projectors there next month.
hit me up sometime if you want to go to a show, I love driving in the city and im always down for a show/hooking a brotha up. I went to the ottobar last to see japanther christ near a year ago. haven't been to a "big" venue I guess besides the talking head since then.
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