Friday, October 8, 2010
There are things to do in Baltimore this weekend. Tonight after you pick from some shows in Station North, you can go dance it off at the Hippo for Deep in The Game, which features a live CEX set. Above is the promo video that SCHWARZ passed along.
Before all that, the Metro's Gallery's got a great one with Scout Niblett coming through town and joined by Small Sur and Holy Sons. Scout Niblett ruled at the GW earlier this year, and we've learned that there aren't many Small Sur sets that don't sound beautiful.
Up the street you'll find a record release show / beer tasting at the Windup Space that features the Dirty Marmaduke Flute Squad. I've seen these guys a few times over the years, and having a beer tasting be their release party for a new record makes perfect sense. 10 dollars gets you in and a free copy of their new album called Boneslinky. Watch DMFS get kicked off of a ridiculous Fox television show here. "It hurts, doesn't it?"
On Saturday night, if I wasn't heading up to NYC to see Celebration play with Andrew Cedermark, Woodsman, and Updied Sound at Glasslands, I'd be at MICA's BBox Theatre around 8 PM for Weekends, Winks, and Talk To Animals. Free for MICA kids, five dollars to the public. Also Saturday, get your ears blasted once more by Ruiner, who play their last ever show at Sonar. This one is ten dollars, doors are at 7 PM, and the incredibly rad Death of Superman show poster by Nolen Strals is below.